Owners of the Motorola Xoom Android tablet in Singapore will be pleased to learn that the Google Android 3.1 update is now available. The update claims to offer enhancements such as improved multi-tasking, both mouse and keyboard support and resizable home screen widgets.
Well, look at what the rumour mill has started churning out recently. Apparently, leaked photographs of what appears to be a smartphone that bears more than just a passing semblance to the recently-launched Motorola Atrix smartphone have started circulating online, thanks to a recent report that was published by a website known as UnwiredView.com. But
Have you heard of the Nike+ SportsWatch? You know, that nifty little watch that is designed to help users track their exercise habbits via an embedded GPS radio? Apparently, it seems that Motorola is planning on launching its own idea of what such a personal fitness watch should be, and it comes in the form
A new Motorola XT531 (also known as Domino+) is scheduled to launch in August. The Android touchscreen smartphone is reportedly to have a 3.5-inch display that supports HVGA resolution. Read on for details.
Most people will be fully aware that Motorola used to adopt an "anti-hacker" strategy for its Android-powered smartphones by securing them with various tamperproof mechanisms, such as locking the bootloader and futher restricting access to it by implementing the dreaded eFuse system. However, Motorola fans, expecially users of the new Atrix smartphone, will probably be
The Motorola ATRIX is the company's high-end Android smartphone that was showcased at CES in Las Vegas earlier this year. Today, Motorola announced the launch of the ATRIX in Singapore which will be available at all three local telco operators. Also announced at the event - the Motorola Xoom 3G Android tablet. VR-Zone brings you the coverage. Update: StarHub has unveiled the
Motorola has recently launched the China version of the Droid X2, also known as XT882, which comes with dual SIM card slots and dual-core processor and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.
Motorola has finally brought their XOOM Android tablet to Singapore, when it was launched in US on 24 February. You can get your hands on the tablet this "Good Friday" holiday. Details inside.
When Motorola launched the Atrix, one of its biggest selling points was the ability to connect the smartphone to the Webtop docking station and transform the device into an impromptu notebook, complete with its own custom Webtop user interface. However, a recent hack seems to have removed the requirement of having such a docking station
When it comes to the word "Xoom", most users following consumer technology news would naturally link it with Motorola's latest Android 3.0 tablet that is running a dual-core processor. Well, Xoom is also the name of a company that provides online international money transfer service, and it is no wonder a lawsuit is filed against Motorola over
Motorola has had its fair share of criticism from the Android hacker community, especially with its less-than-friendly policies regarding any act of ROM or firmware modification. However, the latest news from the company seems to hint at a complete about-turn of Motorla's Android strategy: apparently, the upcoming Xoom tablet will sport a certain feature that
It might not be the case down here in sunny Singapore, but in other countries, it would appear that the success of a tablet is tied to a single critical factor: support for the 'full Web content'. Which, needless to say, includes Adobe's proprietary Flash plugin used in a vast majority of websites today. However,
Think that a new user interface and built-in support for devices with larger display sizes are the only draws that Honeycomb has to offer for the Android lovers out there? Well, it seems that Google has got one more ace up its sleeve in ensuring that the latest version of its mobile operating system has
Motorola may have been teasing us with details about their upcoming Xoom tablet for quite some time already, but as all teases go, the company has remained steadfast in refusing to disclose the key detail everybody is waiting for: the size of its pricetag. Fortunately, it appears that the secrecy surrounding that piece to the
Motorola has recently denied power issues that exist on dual-core smartphones, Motorola Atrix 4G and Droid Bionic and that both phones will be shipped in February as per schedule.
Seems like consumers who desire a true ‘stock’ installation of Android on a slate PC device can heave a sigh of relief now that Motorola has finally made public its official stance on customized first-party ROMs. In response to a query made by Android.PandaApp, the company has confirmed that its upcoming XOOM tablet will not
At CES 2011, Motorola unveiled the Atrix 4G, a Tegra 2 based smartphone. Today, Motorola has also showcased in their video how the smartphone is able to adapt to different docks in different environments. Look inside for more information…
According to a leaked T-Mobile internal documents, it looks like a Motorola phone called Alpha could be in the pipeline. And from reports, the Motorola Alpha could be the Motorola CLIQ 2.
The ATRIX™ 4G smartphone announced by Motorola today at CES 2011 will be powered by a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of ram, a high resolution qHD 24-bit colour display and comes with Android 2.2 Froyo preinstalled. This is Motorola’s 1st 4G phone, while other 4G phones already out in the market includes HTC EVO and
Remember the upcoming Motorola MotoPad that runs Android (Honeycomb) operating system? Well, apparently the name is going to be Droid Xoom and the tablet device will not have 4G LTE support. Not that it is a must-have feature.