Motorola Widget Contest Could Have Android Implications

Earlier this week, Motorola unveiled their new VE66 handset which will be the first MOTO offering to allow widget integration.  This opens the door to RSS feeds, stock tickers, sports scores, and more.  The 5-megapixel camera phone will also have a fully integrated music player, stereo ...

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Moto Gearing up for 4G

Amidst its ruinous 2008, Motorola is shifting gears to embrace 4G. That’s welcome news as most of the carriers like Sprint, AT&T and Verizon are switching to LTE or the future 4G for their next gen Mobile phone services.

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Moto Aura

A fashion phone with a circular display. What looks nice and expensive is also missing some vital features that many are coming to demand as standard.

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Motorola Going for Broke with More Android, Less People

Scaling back the Motorola team with layoffs that could come as early as tomorrow, the handset maker is also putting a lot of weight behind Android.

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Sprint CEO: Android Has to Wait

Dan Hesse has made some great decisions since he's been with the company, but somehow we don't think this will is one of them. Android is ready for prime time and Sprint is missing the boat.

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Google’s Spectrum Plan

The white space is very appealing to Google and other big companies. In a matter of weeks, we could find out who gets to use it and how it will work.

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Motorola Ramping up Android Team

Can an Android army of 350 developers turn Motorola around?

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Android Poised to Immediately Grab 4% of US Market?

The Android invasion has not yet begun but analysts are already speculating on how big of a market share the platform will garner.  Word on the streets is that 4% of the US smartphone market will assimilate, without force, to the Android overlord during the 4th quarter of this year. The ...

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Android an Also-Ran to the iPhone Already?

As part of our daily habits and rituals for working on AndroidGuys, we have RSS feeds, alerts, and bookmarks that we hit up for Android news. Whether it’s a blog posting or tech site writing up something on the OS, we’re pretty much on top of things around here. One of the articles ...

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HTC’s Goal: Reaching The Top With Android

Peter Chou, HTC’s CEO, recently revealed his intention to get the Asian mobile manufacturer into the top five mobile handset manufacturers. To play it safe, he didn’t give an actual deadline for this goal. HTC, already part of the top ten, wants to go further. Whose place would they ...

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Motorola Names CEO of Mobile Devices

Dr. Sanjay Jha has been tapped as Co-Chief Executive Officer of Motorola and Chief Executive Officer of Motorola’s Mobile Devices. Who is Sanjay Jha and what has he done with the mobile industry? Well, he’s got an extensive background which most recently had him working with Qualcomm as ...

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Motorola Suing Former Executive Who Took Apple Job

Motorola is suing a former executive for allegedly violating a non-compete agreement. Mike Fenger quit Motorola in March as senior VP of mobile devices for Europe, Middle East and Africa and moved on to join Apple. He’s now their head of global iPhone sales for Apple. Further, he’s ...

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Would it be Too Much to Ask for Some Answers?

We’re coming up on the second half of 2008 and now only months away from the first Android handsets. So why do we know so little? There are 4 handset manufacturers considered to be founding members of the Open Handset Alliance. These companies (HTC, LG, Motorola, and Samsung) are no ...

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What Happens After iPhone 2.0 Comes Out?

It happens with every new product release. After what seems like months of anticipation and hype, a device comes out and people begin thinking about its successor.

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WiMax Deal the Biggest Victory for Android Yet?

Today sees a monumental event in the wireless industry. Along with partners Intel, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Bright House Networks, Google has ponied up a share of a $3.2 billion dollar marriage between Sprint and Clearwire. With the two of them making nice and coming together for a ...

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