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Motorola RAZR i and RAZR HD to come with unlockable bootloaders

10/10/2012, Android users who are more inclined to flash custom ROMs and perform tweaks under the hood might be interested to learn that Motorola has announced that the Motorola RAZR i, and the Motorola RAZR HD will come with unlockable bootloaders. What this means...

Motorola Occam and Manta spotted testing Android 4.2?

10/09/2012, There is no confirmation that Android 4.2 will continue to maintain the Jelly Bean moniker, but it is more or less certain that this will be a minor update to the mobile operating system from Google. Apparently, benchmark results for a couple of upcoming...

Motorola says goodbye to Webtop functionality

10/07/2012, There are some ideas that just capture the world’s imagination by storm, while others do not really do that well, fading into obscurity along the way. Well, you can say that Motorola’s Webtop concept that was launched with the original Atrix 4G in tow...

Motorola wins patent infringement case against Microsoft

10/05/2012, It appears that there is no end in sight for the patent wars between tech giants. Virtually every major tech company is embroiled in patent litigation, not with one adversary but with many of them. This has also recently attracted criticism towards the US...

Google’s axe man stares down at Motorola Mobility unit

10/04/2012, Companies that are bloated all the way from the top to the bottom will not be able to thrive these days, considering how being lean and mean is the way to go. Well, after acquiring Motorola Mobility some time ago, Google has started to look long and hard...

Motorola (read: Google) drops patent claim against Apple

10/02/2012, This morning Bloomberg tweeted that Motorola’s claim against Apple in front of the US Federal Trade Commission has been dropped. Although Motorola reserves the right to refile a claim, Apple is still pursing a separate settlement based on...

Xbox 360 sees no ban in Germany

10/01/2012, Motorola shall not have their way, and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 will live to fight another day – at least this is the result of Microsoft’s defense against a Motorola Mobility lawsuit, where a U.S. court did state that Motorola Mobility cannot...