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  • Motorola Solutions raises buyback program by $5 billion

    Motorola Solutions raises buyback program by $5 billion
    Motorola Solutions Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it slashed costs, and the maker of walkie-talkies and radio systems raised its share buyback authorization by $5 billion. Motorola Solutions has about $600 million remaining...
  • Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January

    Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January
    Google will begin selling a basic version of its Project Ara modular smartphone in January, the company said this week. Project Ara is an effort by Google to make a smartphone that consumers can customize and upgrade by easily switching modules in and...
  • Top 5 tech acquisitions of 2014 so far

    Top 5 tech acquisitions of 2014 so far
    Tech companies have not been shy about spending big bucks on up-and-coming startups in 2014. Facebook in particular has already doled out more than $20 billion in some big-name acquisitions. Google has also had a few transactions, buying two startups...
  • Dropbox looks to extend lead in online storage with 'next chapter'

    Dropbox looks to extend lead in online storage with 'next chapter'
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Dropbox is unveiling new ways for people to hold onto and share their digital stuff as it tries to build on the popularity of its online storage service. With an initial public offering in the works, Chief Executive Drew Houston said...
  • Wearable tech gains momentum; sales expected to triple this year

    Wearable tech gains momentum; sales expected to triple this year
    The global wearable computing market is rapidly expanding beyond early-adopter status.  After a strong year in 2013, shipment volumes for wearable tech will exceed 19 million units this year, more than tripling last year's sales, according to market...
  • Motorola Mobility closing Texas plant

    Motorola Mobility, the Chicago-based company now owned by Google, is closing its Texas plant that it designed to be the center American smartphone manufacturing. The plant has only been open for a year, and already shed more than 75 percent of its...
  • Apple, Google agree to drop multiple mobile patent lawsuits

    Apple, Google agree to drop multiple mobile patent lawsuits
    Apple Inc. and Google Inc. have settled their sprawling patent lawsuits, bringing to a close — for the moment — one of the most bitter legal feuds in Silicon Valley. Late Friday afternoon, the companies issued a brief statement announcing an...
  • Motorola Moto E offers low-cost option for 1st-time smartphone buyers

    Motorola Moto E offers low-cost option for 1st-time smartphone buyers
    With the Moto E, Motorola set out to make a well-designed affordable smartphone with a long-lasting battery. Mission accomplished. The Moto E is by no means perfect, and customers who buy the device will have to compromise on certain features. But the...
  • Withings enters the smartwatch fray with an 'analogue' wrist piece

    Withings enters the smartwatch fray with an 'analogue' wrist piece
    Amid the flood of recently announced smartwatches from technology giants Apple, Google and others, French electronics company Withings is releasing a classically designed analog watch with fitness-tracking features. Withings' Activite, which is...
  • Digital-Video VC Luminari Capital Funds 6 Companies, Plans More Investments (Exclusive)

    Luminari Capital, a small Silicon Valley venture-capital firm focused on digital video that counts Rupert Murdoch's BSkyB among its backers, has revealed its initial six investments -- and founder and managing partner Daniel Leff said he's planning to...
  • Swatch prefers go-it-alone route for smartwatch plans

    Swatch prefers go-it-alone route for smartwatch plans
    Swatch Group is happy to go it alone with a launch next year of watches with "smart" features to compete with so-called wearable gadgets from the big tech companies, a market potentially worth $93 billion. The world's biggest watchmaker, which sees the...