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NFC-enabled Motorola phone passes FCC

NFC-enabled Motorola phone passes FCC

NFC-enabled Motorola phone passes FCC
News from NFCNews:

The Federal Communications Commission passed an NFC-enabled Motorola device thought to be the Droid RAZR HD, according to Droid Life.

The FCC filing shows that the device, model number XT926, contains an embedded NFC antenna, as well as GSM and WCDMA radios. The filing also shows that the handset was tested for Verizon’s 3G and LTE networks.


There’s no word yet on a release date, but Droid Life expects the device to be “right around the corner.”

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Motorola Solutions Buys Back Stock as Profit Increases
News from Bloomberg:

Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI), the electronics-equipment company that makes everything from walkie- talkies to scanning devices, raised its quarterly dividend and said it will buy back another $ 2 billion of shares, after reporting a 15 percent gain in second-quarter profit.

Net income before stock compensation and amortization climbed to $ 350 million from $ 304 million a year earlier, the Schaumburg, Illinois-based company, said today in a statement. Sales climbed 8.3 percent to $ 2.15 billion and its quarterly dividend will rise by 18 percent to 26 cents.

Motorola Solutions, created from the legacy business of Motorola Inc. after its mobile-phone division was spun off in January 2011, is winning more technology business from local government agencies and companies. It will introduce rugged tablets and mobile computers later this year using Google Inc.’s Android platform, Chief Executive Officer continues on Bloomberg

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