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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 XOOM for AT&T arrives at the FCC

04/17/2011, We do know that Sprint will be rolling out a WiMAX-enabled version of the Motorola XOOM in due time, but it seems that Motorola is about to approach marketing the XOOM tablet using a “scattergun” method – that is, peppering it across...

Motorola Droid X2 benchmarked on video

04/15/2011, Motorola has yet to make any official announcement about the successor to the Droid X, the Droid X2, but already, we’re seeing this phone appearing all over the place. Techno Buffalo recently got their hands on the Droid X2, took photographs of the...

Verizon upcoming phone prices leaked

04/14/2011, The folks over at Phone Arena have managed to get their hands on what seems to be the price map for Verizon’s upcoming phones on contract. For folks who were eyeing the new phones arriving on Big Red this quarter, you now know exactly how much to...

Motorola Droid X2 boot sequence caught on video

04/14/2011, The folks over at Android Central have gotten their hands on what seems to be video footage of the Motorola Droid X2 starting up and loading its boot screen. The phone looks just like the original Droid X, but this time the phone boots up with a Motorola...

Bluetooth certification for the DROID 3

04/14/2011, Could Bluetooth certification for the Motorola DROID 3 actually have been approved, if one assumes that said phone is also known by its codename, the Solana XT862? Perhaps, or perhaps not, but it might just make sense since the previous couple of DROID...

Motorola working on a rugged enterprise Android tablet?

04/13/2011, A detailed Motorola slide recently found its way online and detailed Motorola’s plans for creating a new Android tablet. But this time around, the Android tablet will be more enterprise-oriented. The tablet packs a 7″ (1024 x 600) display, an...

New Motorola Droid X Gingerbread update leaked

04/12/2011, While the official Gingerbread ROM for the Motorola Droid X leaked a couple of weeks ago, it looks like a new version of the ROM has surfaced. This version updates your Droid X to version 4.5.588, though we haven’t got a changelog about what’s...

Motorola Citrus gets Fruit Ninja treatment

04/11/2011, Slicin’ and dicin’ – that’s what all good Fruit Ninja exponents do, and the Motorola Citrus has undergone a somewhat similar treatment over at the FCC (who are secret exponents of the art, we believe), as they have taken the Citrus...

Motorola Atrix 4G going for just $49.99 over at Amazon Wireless

04/11/2011, It has been reported that sales figures for the Motorola Atrix 4G and the Xoom tablet aren’t exactly encouraging, so it isn’t too surprising to see that Amazon Wireless has already axed the Atrix 4G’s price to just $49.99 on a new...

16GB Motorola Xoom on its way?

04/08/2011, One of the reasons that the Motorola Xoom hasn’t been selling too well has been due to its high price – with the iPad 2 setting the standard price for a cheap, high-end tablet – not many people have been willing to fork out the cash for a tablet...

iPad 2 vs Motorola Xoom

04/06/2011, The Apple iPad 2 is certainly an object of desire for many people, and judging be the demand for the tablet, you can be sure that suits over at the fruity company are more than happy to see millions of units shipped – we’re talking of a...

Motorola Xoom and Atrix sales are disappointing

04/05/2011, While it didn’t really take an analyst to point it out, sales of the Motrola Xoom Android tablet and the Atrix 4G phone have been pretty disappointing. Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette recently revised his full-year 2011 revenue estimates for...

Motorola Xoom Review

04/01/2011, Motorola Xoom Review - this in-depth review of the Motorola Xoom covers the pro and cons of the first tablet running on Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb