It was just yesterday that we heard about several new Verizon handsets, including the grandson of the OG Droid, the Droid 3. And today, we have photos of the little
Verizon doesn’t appear to be letting up on the Android gas as three more Motorola devices come onto the radar. These handsets will join the Droid Incredible 2, Droid Bionic, and Samsung Stealth at some point over the year.
Staples looks to be the place to go this year for Android tablets. The office retailer is forecasting at least eight Android tablets by June with five of them running Honeycomb.
Flash is coming to the Motorola XOOM on March 18th as a downloadable application. In the meanwhile, Verizon and Motorola are sending out a small update to prepare the tablet.
Just this past week, I put my beloved T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on craigslist in anticipation of getting the first Android 3.0 tablet: the Motorola Xoom courtesy of Verizon Wireless.
Motorola’s stance is that they will try to get the 4G LTE update working on rooted tablets, but are not making promises.
A mysterious Motorola device passed through FCC testing recently, and speculation is that it may be the follow up to Verizon’s Droid X, the Droid X2, which we’d recently heard
According to a study released by Nielsen Research Android has taken over as the top smartphone OS in America.
A lot of people were blown away by the cool docking ability and webtop app that the Moto Atrix is coming with on the AT&T network, and rightfully so. Now it seems that Motorola has taken notice of the excitement around the docking capability from consumers, and has decided to include this capability in all it’s “High Performance” Smartphones that come out after June of this year.
When we last left off, the poor unassuming guy was enveloped by the Motorola XOOM. What is going on inside that space pod?
The age of Android 3.0 begins today with the release of the Motorola XOOM. Grab the 10.1-inch tablet at a Verizon store near you!
Confirming what has been widely expected, the 10.1-inch tablet will run $600 with a contract, $800 without.
The Motorola Atrix 4G is perhaps the best phone that AT&T could turn to in the dawn of the post-iPhone exclusive era. Grab yours starting today, February 22nd.
Been considering an Atrix 4G, but worried that, given Motorola’s track record of locking down its handsets, it might be a while before it’s rooted? Well that worry is out the window: Moto’s new dual-core superphone has been rooted before it has even seen official release by AT&T.