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Motorola Android Tablet Makes A Cameo Appearance

Motorola is an American telecommunication company that has been split in two: Motorola Mobility (now a Google company) and Motorola Solutions. Motorola Mobility now focuses on handsets and set top boxes, while Motorola Solutions works on infrastructure and enterprise products.

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Motorola Android Tablet Makes A Cameo Appearance

12/06/2010, We’ve previously heard rumors about an Android-powered Motorola tablet and now Andy Rubin, VP of engineering at Google, is busy demonstrating Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) at the D:Dive into Mobile event. While the latest version of Android is something...

Droid 2 Apparently Explodes In Man’s Ear, Still Works

12/03/2010, Is Motorola’s Droid a feisty phone? Reports are in that a Motorola Droid 2 owner out there is claiming that the phone exploded in his ear. According to the story, the person has no health insurance and has since called in the local news to cover the...

Motorola Working On Video Streaming Device

12/02/2010, Speaking at the Reuters Global Media Summit, president of Motorola Mobility Daniel Moloney said that the company is busy working on a standalone device that will be capable of wirelessly streaming video to tablets and phones in the home. The device will...

Motorola Mobility Acquires 4Home

12/01/2010, It’s been announced that Motorola Mobility has agreed to acquire 4Home, a startup that specializes in software and services related connected homes technology. 4Home currently offers several different products for home monitoring,...

Motorola Olympus Pictured Clearly This Time

12/01/2010, We’ve previously caught sight of a blurry picture showing the what is presumed to be the Motorola Olympus. Now someone out there claims that he managed to purchase the phone at a market, power it on and even access a the developer menu that offered...

AT&T Accidentally States The Moto Olympus To Launch In Dec/Jan

11/29/2010, Looks like someone manning the AT&T Share Facebook page messed up slightly. When a user was questioning when the carrier would be releasing the Motorola Olympus, a phone reported to sport a dual-core, Tegra 2 chip; the carrier responded that it should...

Motorola Olympus Tegra 2 spotted?

11/23/2010, What you see here could very well be the Olympus Tegra 2 smartphone from Motorola that has yet to hit the market, although news of it has been circulating – nay, rumors of it rather, for some time already. Meant to be an iPhone killer, we do look...

Motorola Droid X owners can rock to Android 2.2.1

11/22/2010, If you’re a proud owner of a Motorola Droid X, then you might be pleased to know that the Android 2.2.1 build is now available, although you will need to perform some sort of software surgery on your Droid X before 2.2.1 is up and running. Apart...

Motopad to be first Honeycomb tablet from Google

11/15/2010, Mobile-review’s Eldar Murtazin seems to be at the forefront of all juicy news concerning smartphones and the ilk these days, and this time round he brings news of the first Android 3.0 (aka Honeycomb) tablet that will be rolled out by Google with...

Motorola countersues Microsoft on Xbox 360 gaming system patents

11/11/2010, Ah, the battle lines are being drawn in the courtroom, as Motorola will not take Microsoft’s stand of suing Motorola concerning patents in the Xbox 360 console lying down. In order to hit back, Motorola decided to counter-sued, accusing Microsoft of...

Motorola Backflip Gets The Android 2.1 Treatment

11/10/2010, The folks over at Motorola have been busy with the updates recently and after releasing the Android 2.1 update for the Motorola CLIQ the big M has released the Android 2.1 update for the Motorola Backflip. You’ll be able to pick up the Éclair...

Motorola Posts YouTube Video Promoting The Droid 2 Global

11/10/2010, Even before Motorola made the Droid 2 Global official, we managed to snag all sorts of pictures and leaks related to this phone, so by the time the official announcement was made, there really wasn’t much left to surprise readers. Now that the phone...