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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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Moto Cliq/Dext, a few more details and photos

09/11/2009, We’ve received a number of questions concerning the Motorola Cliq, so here’s an update along with a few side by side photos with the iPhone 3GS and the BlackBerry 8900. Now you can compare the Motorola Cliq to these popular handsets....

Motorola Cliq hands-on: it’s Motorola’s best shot in a while

09/10/2009, After spending some time and getting a demo of the Cliq, here are out first impressions: Like many Android phones, the Cliq is fast and it is clearly the best smartphone that Motorola has built in a long while. The social networking integration is well...

Motorola Sholes to run on Android 2.0

08/12/2009, Motorola’s Sholes smartphone has yet to be released, and we have another rumor that could potentially run on the Android 2.0 operating system. Dubbed “Eclair” by Google, this version of the smartphone operating system could actually make...

Motorola Morrison release date spotted

08/03/2009, You’ve seen (blurry) images of the Motorola Morrison, and now we have gotten hold of its release date, where T-Mobile’s system points toward an October 21st release. That’s just a couple of months away, and while pricing details have yet...

Motorola Morrison passes FCC tests

07/30/2009, The FCC has given their nod of approval to the Motorola Morrison, the latest handset to come from the beleaguered cellphone company. The Morrison looks set to make a debut on T-Mobile 3G bands (1700/2100), and is the first Android-powered handset from...

Motorola Introduces Motodev Kit Targeting Android Developers

07/24/2009, Motorola has just released its latest Motodev kit that enables developers to obtain early access to tools and programs, allowing such folks to gain an early lead when it comes to developing and programming new applications for Motorola’s future...

Motorola Ivory E18 In The Works

07/20/2009, Motorola seems to be rather directionless at the moment, and yet another upcoming handset of theirs doesn’t look as though it is going to do too well the moment it hits the market – after all, would you for out a good 2,000 Euros for the...

Market share doesn’t mean much

07/20/2009, Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, Sony Ericsson – that’s the market share classification that most people use to rank handset makers. However, people overlook profitability, The key metric in a mature business like cellphones. While Nokia still...

Motorola To Develop iDEN Android Phone

06/26/2009, Motorola looks set to be the first company in the world to release an iDEN Android-powered phone currently known as Opus 1. This handset will feature Wi-Fi connectivity with voice supported through iDEN networks. It would be interesting to see just which...

Motorola Endeavor HX1 Bluetooth Headset

06/18/2009, Motorola has just released the Endeavor HX1 Bluetooth headset that aims to bring superior call quality to your ear as this model will merge the best of both worlds, offering bone conduction as well as noise cancellation technology to make sure you are...

Motorola W7 Active Edition Slider

05/11/2009, Motorola might be in the doldrums, but they have a new handset in the form of the W7 Active Edition slider, boasting a built-in pedometer and personal trainer application. After all, they don’t have that much to lose so why not jump aboard the...

AT&T Carries New Phones

05/10/2009, A leaked AT&T rebate sheet (regardless of whether on purpose or not) have confirmed that the Motorola QA1 Karma, Sony Ericsson C905a and Samsung Jack i637 will be heading their way in the near future. The exact release dates are unavailable, but...

Motorola Clutch i465 Announced

05/03/2009, Motorola has just announced their latest Clutch i465 iDEN device that doesn’t look half bad at all – at least when compared to other iDEN phones on the market. It seems as though the iDEN phone segment is the graveyard for poor designs where...