DAILY FIVE (1/4)

04 January 2011

1. Motorola To Split Into 2 Companies: Motorola Mobility, Motorola Solutions, Huffington Post, Dana Wollman

Motorola Inc.’s formal split into two companies on Tuesday will mark the final step in the years-long breakup of a consumer electronics industry pioneer.

2. Three 4G Verizon Devices to Make Debut at CES, Daily Tech, Mark Kurlyandchik

While it’s no secret that Verizon will be unveiling a number of LTE-enabled devices at the CES 2011 conference this weekend, details of three devices have emerged via Brighthand.

3. Tech Preview: What to Look For at the Consumer Electronics Show, Hollywood Reporter, Carolyn Giardina

For a technophobe, the annual Consumer Electronics Show can be an intimidating place. But an enthusiast might feel a bit more like a small child who has been unleashed at FAO Schwarz.

4. Tablets Seen As Hot Ticket At Consumer Electronics Show, Wall Street Journal, Dan Gallagher

While this year’s Consumer Electronics Show will highlight predictable advancements in flat-screen TVs, car stereos and digital cameras, much of the oxygen at the annual event will likely be sucked up by tablet computers.

5. Google’s 2010 report card and 3 new resolutions, CNET, Tom Krazit

As another year dawns, life is still pretty good for Google but ever more complicated. With that, let’s reexamine the five New Year’s resolutions we outlined for Google at the start of 2010 to see how the company lived up to that unsolicited advice, and offer more of the same for 2011.

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