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At Mobilize '09 in San Francisco, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha introduce Motorola's first phones running Google's Android operating system.
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Some of the more bizarre events in the computer business in recent memory happened this past year. Join Charles Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Michael Kanellos as their Reporters' Roundtable reviews the goofiest technology moves of 2006.