In news that makes you say, “well, DUH”, the stockholders of Motorola Mobility have approved of the company’s merger with Google, with an overwhelming 99% of votes showing in favor.
The Motorola DROID RAZR has been all the hype lately, and for a good reason. Verizon is touting this as the latest and greatest new Android device on their network.
Thanks to a leaked pic of Verizon’s internal systems, it looks like we may be closer to the release of the Motorola DROID 4 than we expected. The leaked shot
Amazon has dropped the price of the Droid Bionic this week, putting it at a too-tough-to-resist price of $119.99 with a two year agreement. At less than half its debut
Looks like the marketing carnival wagon has no plans of passing up the Motorola DROID RAZR, as a leaked screenshot shows the release date of the device to have changed.
Verizon breathes new life into a pair of popular Droid phones.
Could the hot new Android build refresh the first Honeycomb tablet.
Features include military ruggedness and Direct Connect.
Personal fitness assistant tracks calories, GPS, distance time, and more.
For those of you with a Motorola Photon 4G, an update was recently released: Version.4.5.1A-1_SUN-198_6 45.3.6.MB855.Sprint.en.US. Major updates include: Support for Google Talk with Video Chat Addition of Lapdock accessory
Late last night Motorola Mobility formally introduced their newest accessory/companion for webtop-enabled smartphone such as the Droid Bionic and Atrix 4G. Called the LAPDOCK 100, it arrives at AT&T (online)
We know Motorola has an event scheduled for next week (October 18th) where we assumed it will be related to the Droid RAZR. Of course there is always that off-chance
A Motorola Admiral has been found in the wild, indicating that we’re possibly one step closer to the actual announcement. Looking gorgeous with its 3.1-inch display and portrait QWERTY keyboard,
Motorola and Verizon have sent out invitations to a press event scheduled for October 18th where they promise we’ll see the next big innovation out of Motorola Mobility. Teased as
A new Motorola phone has been found in FCC documents, giving us a decent look at a push-to-talk handset on the horizon. According to the information in the listing, this