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Samsung leads Android pack in enterprise, but Lenovo looms

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Samsung dominates the Android enterprise charge, but Motorola has a sizeable chunk of the devices in the field, according to data compiled by Fiberlink. The real fun for Android in the enterprise will come when Lenovo closes its Motorola Mobility acquisition from Google.

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Why is Google reselling Motorola?

Against patent-stacking

Google said it just needed to keep those patents out of the hands of Apple/Microsoft and Android foes who had bid for Motorola because of the patents (for patent-stacking against Android).

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