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This morning, Google Inc. released its agreement with Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. to purchase Motorola Mobility for $40.00 per share or $12.5 billion. Google’s purchase serves as an attempt to increase market dominance by, as Google Chief Executive Larry Page says, “supercharg[ing] the entire Android ecosystem for the benefit of consumers, partners, and developers.” In order to achieve this goal, Google will be acquiring Motorola Mobility’s patents, keeping Motorola as a separate entity, and maintaining Android’s platform...
Okay, let's face it, most of the cell phone industry is still trying to play catch up to Apples' iPhone. Android is catching up quickly, with a new device coming out about, oh, every eight seconds or so. Some people will argue that it has caught up to iOS, but not this guy.