It looks like Google has everything they need to move forward with their recent acquisition of Motorola Mobility. After months of investigation, China's anti-monopoly bureau has given Google's purchase their blessing, although not without a stipulation. For the next five years Google must agree to keep their android operating system free to anyone that wants to use it. The stipulation was added so that the Android OS could not be closed off and made only available on Motorola devices. With this approval the company can now complete it's purchase and the deal is expected to close next week. It will be interesting to see where Google takes Motorola in the coming months so check back and we will keep you updated.
Source: The Verge