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Can Lenovo save Motorola?

30
Jan
2014

With Google and Samsung developing a closer Android partnership than ever, this week might not be the best time to try and make inroads in the hypercompetitive Android smartphone business. Shrugging off the size of that challenge, Lenovo has decided to buy Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion and step up its efforts at becoming a smartphone vendor with a truly global reach. The world’s biggest PC maker today, Lenovo, was anonymous to many until just recently. But in 2005, the Chinese company that only two years earlier had renamed itself from the generic Legend acquired a brand name and cachet that catapulted it to global renown.

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