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Now armed with a floundering phone company, Lenovo says it wants to crush Apple and Samsung

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Jan
2014

Motorola launched two Moto-branded phones last year that each received critical acclaim. The Moto G was a remarkably affordable entry-level smartphone with a design and performance that surprised reviewers. The Moto X was a customizable beauty, built to order right here in the United States. But as we learned on Thursday afternoon when Google reported its fourth-quarter earnings, Motorola still couldn’t find a way to stem the bleeding as the phone maker recorded yet another quarterly loss. So now, Motorola is someone else’s problem. Just ahead of its earnings report, Google announced that it is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. It originally paid $12.5 billion for the smartphone maker, but Google didn’t lose as much as you

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