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Google hits a legal setback in the smartphone wars, creating a window of opportunity for the unpopular Windows Phone to finally step into the spotlight.
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Ads on Google's homepage never would have happened under Mayer's watch.
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Its beef with Samsung won't be over until Apple moves all its chip work to Intel.
The effects of the patent ruling extend way beyond the smartphone and tablet rivals.
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