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Motorola Moto G vs. Moto X Play and Moto X Pure Edition: What's the difference?

CNET breaks down the differences between Motorola's new line of Moto smartphones, which include the Moto G, the Moto X Play and the Moto X Pure Edition (also known as the X Style).

By July 28, 2015

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As BlackBerry looks for fresh start, its fate still looks grim

The embattled company couldn't secure a deal to go private or find buyers, and will lean on $1 billion in fresh financing. Does it have a last hurrah?

By November 4, 2013

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SoftBank CEO bashes Dish's Sprint offer, says his is superior

The Dish offer is "incomplete and illusory," says the SoftBank CEO, adding that he doesn't see a need to raise his offer.

By April 30, 2013

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Motorola's Photon Q to push the keyboard phone envelope

If you crave an advanced Android QWERTY slider, the Photon Q could seriously satisfy.

By August 10, 2012

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Motorola Droid 4 hands-on: Awesome keyboard, blistering 4G LTE

The replacement original Motorola Droid owners have been waiting for has arrived, bearing the gifts of dual-core power, an excellent keyboard, and Verizon's blazing 4G LTE data.

By February 8, 2012

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Guinness World Record for iPad typing broken

How fast can you type the alphabet on an iPad? The previous record of 6.31 seconds has been busted by the teenage son of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili who did it in 5.26 seconds.

By July 5, 2011

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Fourth-quarter VC funding stabilizes

Venture capitalists are handing out a little more cash to private companies than they have for a while--but analysts caution that times will remain difficult for fledgling businesses.

February 3, 2002

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Telecom stocks lead techs lower

The Nasdaq dips below the 2,000 mark in the morning, but rises above it again due to talk that the Federal Reserve could make a bigger cut to interest rates.

June 15, 2001

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Nortel warning highlights telecom woes

A larger-than-expected loss and additional layoffs at Nortel Networks may usher in a new world order of slower growth for the telecommunications sector.

By June 15, 2001