The hardware maker doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to deploy 4.0 to a number of smartphones or tablets.
Verizon has officially put together a list of devices expected to see an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. Although they don’t outline any particular dates or specifics, we do
It seems like anytime that Apple launches something that’s already in existence, the media goes into maddened convulsions. Drop down notifications? Yeah, Apple wasn’t the first to that. Split keyboard
Motorola always launches their flagship devices first in the USA, then in other parts of the world. You all may know about the Droid RAZR, which is one of Motorola’s
Two of Verizon’s upcoming spring handsets have been leaked online, giving us a pair of new Android smartphones to look forward to seeing. Thanks to the guys at Droid Life we now
Mobile World Congress is edging closer and closer, and rumor has it that Intel is planning to show off their first mobile-based processors there. Apparently, they’re going with the name
We recently heard that Motorola is planning to launch ICS updates for their devices later in Q3. The Droid RAZR i’s scheduled for a Q3 update, but someone on DroidRzr forum
Motorola appears primed to announce an Android 4.0 smartphone with Intel’s Medfield chipset.
Google just took to their official blog to announce that the European Commission has approved the Motorola acquisition. This doesn’t exactly clear the entire deal across the board as there
The thinnest and most powerful QWERTY 4G phone arrives in but a few days.
Last month at the CES 2012, Verizon and Motorola officially announced the latest in the line of “Droid” headed to Big Red. As usual there was no information as to
One year after making its debut we learn that Motorola has only shipped one million tablets.
The heir apparent to the Wi-Fi XOOM is now available in two display sizes and storage capacities.
Okay so maybe you like that Droid Razr and its super-thin form factor but just don’t how well that 1780mAh battery will stand up against your daily usage. Sure, it