Google is reportedly working on a touchscreen Chrome OS notebook, Motorola Mobility closes international websites, and Nokia rolls out new feature phones with an interesting new filesharing feature. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Google reportedly gearing up to launch its own, 12.85-inch Chrome OS touch notebook in Q1 2013: Read more
  • Google shuts down dedicated Motorola Mobility sites for Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Africa: Read more
  • Nokia unveils the 206, Asha 205 and new ‘Slam’ content sharing service aimed at emerging markets: Read more

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