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According to the Wall Street Journal, U.S. Justice Department has decided to “set to validate” Google-Motorola Mobility acquisition-the largest wireless-equipment merger as early as next week.
In order to assume the benefits of Motorola’s treasure-trove of precious technology patents this clean acceptance will definitely speed up the way for Google by allowing it to exceptionally meet with its partners against the legal onslaught of Apple. Although the European Union’s Commission has already set up a closing date to validate the merger yet U.S. and European regulators remain associated about the commitment of Google to licensing fairly patents of Motorola.
It is likely that the merger will be approved by the commission for sure but today the Wall Street Journal reported; dredge up anonymous sources in order to set out the reassurance. It is not out of the ordinary for the U.S. and European regulators to talk each other, and many a time one decision follows another in suit in tandem or shortly after.
Update of Google over the merger of Motorola shows the deal as going through with confidence, believing that it’s a “pro-competitive transaction” which is really all good the parties involved the consumers, partners and Motorola Mobility itself.
The Justice Department need to focus heavily on the patent matter and this is the reason that Google will face problems in order to remaining in partnership with other Android makers like HTC and Samsung. Through a consortium led by the Microsoft Corp. and Apple Inc. to buy the Nortel Network Corp. patents Justice Department will also approve the plan.
In a letter to the IEEE standards board Google said that licensed the patents would be fair that will be gained from the Motorola and will not be notify tendency about any other manufacturer of handsets.