Google-Motorola: Our Coverage In Links

The Motorola Android Robot At CES 2010

This morning, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) announced the largest deal in its history by purchasing Motorola (NYSE: MMI) Mobility for $12.5 billion in cash. Since the news broke, we’ve covered how Motorola’s library of patents could help Google — though it can’t save the internet giant from patent trolls — and what effects the deal could have on Google’s strategy. Some highlights, embedded below:

»  Google-Motorola: The European Opportunity-And Challenges

»  The Audacity Of Fear: Patent Neglect Forced Google’s Drastic Motorola Bid

»  How Google’s Motorola Purchase Changes The Patent Balance Of Power

»  Android’s Second Act Under Way With Google’s Motorola Deal

»  Google Buys Motorola: Patent (And UX) Defense

»  Google/Motorola: Expect “No Change” In Android; Top Five Partners OK’d Deal

»  Google To Buy Motorola Mobility For $12.5 Billion: Big Step In Apple Battle

For more on Motorola, sift through our archive.

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