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Sprint Offers Its Motorola i1 Online

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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Sprint Offers Its Motorola i1 Online

07/27/2010, We’ve recently heard about the announcement of the Android-powered Motorola i1 from Sprint, and now the carrier is offering said phone online via Sprint’s website. It’s currently priced at $150 after an instant rebate on contract, or...

Motorola Family Room Trademark Application Filed

07/26/2010, The folks over at Motorola have filed a rather interesting trademark application for a “Family Room” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The trademark is described as a cellular phone software that allows users to share...

Motorola Droid X rooted

07/22/2010, So we all have heard about Motorola’s Droid X suffering from Wi-Fi reception issues, but that doesn’t mean interest in the phone has dwindled. No sir, it seems that the smartphone might just get even more popular with word of the Droid X being...

Motorola Droid X Encountering Wi-Fi Issues?

07/22/2010, While most folks have their attention focused on the iPhone 4′s Death Grip issue, it seems that the freshly-launched Motorola Droid X is not without its own set of problems. Aside from the recent display issues, users are also reporting that the...

Motorola Droid solves Rubik’s Cube

07/21/2010, This Motorola Droid is certainly smarter than the rest – why do we say so? For instance, it is able to solve the Rubik’s Cube – something which we still haven’t figured out just yet in the final tier (without referring to an online...

Motorola Droid 2 might come with Star Wars edition

07/20/2010, The Motorola Droid 2 from Verizon which is touted to launch this coming August 12th is also said to feature a Star Wars edition, where you will get the iconic white R2-D2 on the back of the smartphone. Of course, it goes pretty well with thie little...

Motorola Droid X Encountering Issues With Defective Screens?

07/20/2010, All might not be perfect in the land of Droid X owners at the moment, as reports are going around that many Droid X units are experiencing screen flickering, banding artifacts, and also dead pixels. Seems that devices manufactured in week 25 through 27 of...

Motorola Tri-band CDMA WX404 Visits The FCC

07/20/2010, We previously caught wind of the Motorola WX404 when it was certified by the Bluetooth SIG, and now the device has also taken the time to pay a visit to the FCC. Details are still pretty scarce, but from the looks of it, it’ll sport a full QWERTY...

Blurry image leak of new Motorola Android-powered phone

07/19/2010, Check out this new blurry image (how else would it be classified as a leak then?) of a yet unannounced Android-powered smartphone from Motorola which could very well end up as Verizon, as with previous Motorola handsets. It seems as though the mysterious...

Sprint introduces Motorola i1 to the masses

07/19/2010, It has been a long time in coming, but the folks at Sprint have finally introduced the Motorola i1 in the US. This is the first Android-powered smartphone in the world, where it will be an official handset that is available to the masses Stateside come...

Verizon Offers $99 32GB microSD Card For Droid X Buyers

07/14/2010, On the eve of the Droid X’s launch day, Verizon has quietly announced a promotion that would allow customers who purchase the Droid X to also pick up a 32GB SanDisk microSDHC card for $99, which is a $50 savings off the standard price for the...