Live blog: Motorola's Woodside and Dugan at D11 conference

Live blog: Motorola's Woodside and Dugan at D11 conference

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We’re here at the AllThingsD D11 conference where Walt Mossberg is interviewing Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside and SVP Regina Dugan. Catch our live blog below: - Woodside says a handful of new Android phones from company launching within 6 months. - Woodside confirms “hero” phone called “Moto X” will have...
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