Google has cleared two major hurdles in its bid to acquire Motorola Mobility as both European and US regulators approved the deal within hours of each other.
Apple has delayed a sales ban of its iPhone and iPad ranges in Germany, which could help it avoid a disastrous drop in sales in the largest European economy.
News of the Motorola DROID 4 has been going on since late last year, and even before the phone is launched, its specifications and product images have been known. The Droid 4 is like the RAZR, except that it has a keyboard. But on top of that, the RAZR has a 4.3-inch display, while the
After listing them earlier in the month for pre-order with shipping expected to commence on January 18th, Motorola has now unleashed its new Android-running second-gen Xoom 2 "Xyboard" tablets for purchase with immediate availability.
Motorola Xoom owners (in US) rejoice. The Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is slowly rolling out to users in USA, starting last night. However, the update is only for the Wi-Fi model only, and there's no word yet as to when it will be available to users in other countries.
Motorola has introduced the new XOOM 2 tablet in Singapore. Equipped with a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and a bright display, the new tablet runs Android 3.2 and claims to offer users enhanced experience.
Intel and Motorola Mobility are teaming up to provide Android-powered smartphones and tablets using Intel Atom processors, with the first devices expected for release later this year.
Microsoft has won a patent battle against Motorola Mobility over the infringement of a patent used in its smartphone products, which could result in a sales ban in the US.
The mobile phone has evolved from being a device to make and receive calls, as well as send SMS (short message service), to one packed with a wide range of features – built-in camera for capturing videos and pictures, gaming, accessing the Internet and email etc. On top of that, the phone manufacturers are also competing in making their
Ever since the Apple iPad was introduced to the market, tablets have become one of the popular technology gadgets for content consumption; you can use it to surf your favorite web sites, watch videos or play some games. Well, besides the iPad, there are other choices that run Google Android as well as Microsoft Windows 7 operating systems. This
The Motorola Droid 4 has been churning the rumour mill recently, but now some tangible numbers and more pictures have emerged. The most powerful QWERTY phone to date is nigh.
Motorola Singapore has recently announced that for XOOM Wi-Fi tablet owners, the software update over-the-air has been rolled out since end October last month, and that the update will be available for all users.
This afternoon, Motorola Mobility unveiled the new RAZR smartphone which features dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB memory and runs Google Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread mobile operating system. The 4.3-inch phone with Super AMOLED Advanced touchscreen display will be available from next week.
Motorola has launched a pair of Android tablet in the shape of the Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 Media Edition and the two are quite different, even though the name wouldn't suggest so. The Xoom 2 should be replacing the original Xoom, as both feature a 10.1-inch display, whereas the Xoom 2 Media Edition has
Unified communications provider Polycom has announced the general availability of Polycom RealPresence Mobile, a high-definition video software solution for tablets. Designed to work with the company's RealPresence Platform, RealPresence Mobile promises to bring collaboration technology beyond the confines of office and conference room.
The smartphone market is definitely starting to heat up in the run up to the holiday season and Motorola has just re-launched its RAZR, although this time we're looking at quite a difference device than we did the first time around. The only commonalty between the two devices is the slim profile and it's actually
Google might've lost out on the US$4.5 billion bid on Nortel's patents, but the company has gone out and got itself a consolation prize for a mere US$12.5 billion, a prize known as Motorola Mobility. For those sitting on shares in Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, the official name for Motorola's phone division, this is fantastic
So you have read our story of Motorola 'accidentally' leaking information about its upcoming DROID Bionic smartphone on its developer page, only to quickly pull the information as soon as the mistake was realized, right? Well, the good news is that all that secrecy over that smartphone is at an end, for the good guys
Smartphones are products that only the rich can afford, right? Well, not if Motorola has got anything to say about it, for word has it that the American-based telecommunications company has just announced the availability for an entry-level ANdroid-powered smartphone that has been reportedly designed to appeal to budget-conscious users who favor a smartphone that
Now this has got to be one of those classic "Oh no they didn't!" cases in action, although most people would probably have not expected Motorola, of all companies, to have made such as slip-up. Apparently, the company has somehow managed to leak some precious information about an upcoming DROID Bionic smartphone on its own website.