A Motorola Razr comeback? Windows 10 detaching Cortana
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It's entirely possible the Motorola Razr will live again.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a new version of the iconic mobile phone might launch exclusively with Verizon and feature a foldable screen.
Word is it could start at $1500 We might hear official news sooner than later as it's expected to show up at Mobile World Congress next month.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 build separates the search functionality from Cortana.
This has been a thorn in the side for many Windows users who've complained the feature returned irrelevant results and didn't make sense to couple together.
Look for the final version of this update to hit in April.
And finally, Google is looking to move its two new data centers in Alabama and Tennessee to 100% renewable energy in the form of millions of solar panels.
The company's working with both states to ensure the centers are matched With 100% renewable energy from day one.
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