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Motorola is getting ready for their next big device, which will be known as the Moto X+1. We now have more information and leak shots of the smartphone, courtesy of
Motorola isn’t showing off any new devices at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona this week, but the company made a few announcements in the form of a Q&A on
The Internet is buzzing about Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility and you may be wondering what is going to happen to Motorola’s Project Ara. We have great news for you…. the
Numerous sources reported today about a potential acquisition of Motorola Mobility that comes not even three years after Google bought it for $12.5 billion, and Lenovo just made the news
Yesterday, Google officially announced their first 2013 quarterly earnings, and according to Google’s CEO Larry Page,they had a very strong start to 2013, with $14.0 billion in revenue, up 31%
When Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, there was a bit of hope in the air that Motorola Mobility would rise again. Unfortunately, things are not going according to
Could this tech power multi-user profiles for future Android tablets? We certainly hope so.
Motorola wants you to know that despite all the great stuff from the past few years (decades, really), they are just getting going. Perhaps a result of the Google pairing,
The number of devices will slow to a few per year, but should be cooler and more feature-rich.
The acquisition of Motorola Mobility by Google is considered as one of the biggest moves in the technology industry. $12.5 billion isn’t a small amount, right? Word was on the street that
About two months ago, we saw the first shot of the Droid RAZR HD, and now Droid-Life is back with some more images and information about Verizon’s next big monster. The
The nine-month, $12.5 billion deal has come to a close.
It has been better part of a year since Google announced its intent to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. While we’re still waiting for various governmental departments to officially
Updates, updates, updates… A hot topic for many Android users. Most of us are, at this point, used to getting the shaft when it comes to timely updates from OEM’s
Motorola Mobility today announced a pair of new Android smartphones for Europe, China, and other markets. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, these two are designed to offer consumers affordable choices that