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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 Devour Is Available On Verizon Today

03/25/2010, You might have been drooling over it for some time, but now Motorola’s Devour is finally available on Verizon. This Android-powered phone will be going for $149.99 after a $100 rebate, bundled with the customary (and mandatory) two-year contract. In...

The Motorola Droid Update On Thursday Was For Testers Only

03/19/2010, If you’re wondering how Thursday came and went without you getting the highly anticipated Motorola Droid Android 2.1 update, we’ve got a tidbit of news for you. According to Tom Pica, a Verizon spokesperson, the update wasn’t delayed, as...

Verizon Motorola Droid To Get Official Android 2.1 Update Soon

03/16/2010, If you’ve been dying to get Google’s latest version of Android, Android 2.1, on your Motorola Droid, but didn’t dare use any hacked firmware, it seems that you’re in luck. Verizon Wireless has officially confirmed that the Motorola...

Is The Motorola Opus One The Motorola i1?

03/10/2010, Pictures of the upcoming Motorola Opus One for iDEN networks have been going around for a while now, but now a little update on the device seems to have surfaced. Apparently it could be called the i1, instead of the Opus One, and it will sport a...

Motonav N765t Unboxing

03/09/2010, We played with the Motonav N765 at Mobile World Congress (MWC), but we now have one in the office, as Motorola prepares to launch it in the U.S. For a quick overview of the functionalities, you can refer to our MWC post. right now, we want to share with...

Motorola Cliq XT Unboxed With Live Pictures

03/09/2010, With the Motorola Cliq XT hitting the news recently, it’s good to see a leak that shows the phone being unboxed and pictured live. According to the source, the Motorola Cliq XT is powered by Android 1.5, and sports Moto Blur, though there is a high...

Motorola HS1001 home phone

03/03/2010, Fast forward a generation or two, and chances are kids will be able to see what a house phone looks like at a museum. Even in this day and age, most homes have already phased out home phones simply because they are impractical, and the cost of ownership...

HTC HD2, Nuron, And Cliq XT Pricing Leaked

03/02/2010, If you’re a T-Mobile subscriber and have been toying with the idea of picking up a HTC HD2, Motorola Cliq XT or Nokia Nuron, you’re in luck, as the (unofficial) price for said items have been leaked. According to the leaked information, the...

AT&T Ditches Google For Yahoo On Its Motorola Backflip

03/02/2010, No matter how you phrase it, you’ve really got to appreciate the irony of the whole situation. This is probably one of the downsides of having an open OS, as the Motorola Backflip offered by AT&T will have Yahoo Search plastered all over the...

Motorola BACKFLIP from AT&T

02/18/2010, AT&T will be selling the Android-powered Motorola BACKFLIP from March 7, 2010 onwards, making it the first device sold by AT&T which runs off the Google Android operating system. AT&T has slapped a $99.99 price point on the smartphone (after...

DeviceAnywhere has new mobile devices

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] DeviceAnywhere has announced the availability of new mobile devices which are added to the DeviceAnywhere MOTODEV Virtual Developer Lab (VDL). This remote Internet-based testing service will be able to dramatically reduce the time and resources...

Hook Your Motorola Droid To USB Printers In The Future?

02/09/2010, How would you like to be able to hook up a USB printer, or USB flash drive to your Motorola Droid? That’s not possible just yet, but thanks to a couple of folks who were fiddling with the Motorola Droid, it might be possible in the future. With...

Only 80k Nexus One Phones Sold In The First Month

02/07/2010, The Nexus One from Google might have had plenty of hype in the build up to its official announcement, but it seems that despite that, initial sales haven’t reflected that hype. According to analyst firm Flurry Inc., Google sold just 80,000 units of...