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Google puts itself on mobile map

Published by Steve Coleman on August 16, 2011

The search for mobile supremacy has a new player - Google.

Better known for its search engine, the Silicon Valley-based software company has acquired Motorola's mobile telephone business for $12.5 billion.

Along with the purchase, came the rights to somewhere between 17,000 and 24,000 patents. A lot of those are connected to the Android operating system.

The battle between Google, Apple and Microsoft is turning into a battle of one-upmanship, says blogger TNW.



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