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Google's journey to close its acquisition of Motorola Mobility has been long and trying. However, it seems Big G recently announced that it has reached the light at the end of the tunnel after receiving clearance from the last key regulator it needed to close the deal. But for all the hoopla, is this deal as substantive as observers think? Motorola adds several key capabilities for Google that our technology editors highlights in this video.
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