When Motorola Mobility launched its Intel powered RAZR i less than 10 days ago there was some raised eyebrows when it was revealed that the new phone didn't run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and neither could it run the Chrome web browser. This might be cause for concern about any new phone which is released, but considering that Motorola Mobility is owned by Google and, of course, Google is the custodian of Android and the creator of the Chrome web browser, it is almost alarming. Does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?
Select Motorola Atrix 2 users getting ICS update for soak test
It's been a long time coming, but it seems that for users of the Motorola Atrix 2, the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich may already be on its way. Users who are signed up for soak tests are beginning to receive the update today.
The Motorola DROID RAZR M taken apart and put back together [video]
Ludicrous as Apple's claim to patents as generic as rounded corners may be, it does seem that not all courts of law are convinced that Apple owns everything. A German court has recently ruled in favor of Samsung and Motorola in Apple's patent infringement lawsuit on the "touch event model." In essence, the court agreed that Samsung and Motorola do not infringe on Apple's patents on how the mobile operating system responds to -- or ignores -- single touch inputs by the user.
Motorola brings us up to date with Android upgrade schedule, DROID Bionic finally seeing ICS
Motorola has just shined some light on its future upgrade plans. The DROID Bionic remains the center of attention as its upgrade gets pushed back along with some other popular phones. While an update is always welcomed, there is still some disappointing news regarding Motorola's latest schedule
Motorola Razr i on-contract price in UK revealed, to start from £23 a month
Launched in London just a couple of days ago, Motorola said that the Intel-based Razr i will be made available in select European markets -- UK included – starting in early October. So it’s about time we see some pricing details from UK carriers and retailers.
If you missed the deal that Wirefly had on the Motorola Droid Razr M, where the phone was offered for only $50, last week, it’s redemption time, Wirefly is again giving customer the opportunity to snag the Kevlar-adorned phone at a similarly tempting price.
Yes, we know it’s iPhone 5 and iOS 6 week this time of year, as Apple has released its sixth major mobile OS refresh a couple of days ago which was followed by the sixth iPhone launch – currently taking place in Asia and Australia and quickly spreading to Europe and the North America. But what we’re strictly interested in today is the inevitable iOS 6 vs Jelly Bean update comparison when it comes to availability and adoption rate among existing consumers, which you know from the get go that it's not going to be a battle Google can win just yet.
Google’s Chrome browser doesn’t work on the new Motorola RAZR i
Motorola, who is owned by Google, announced a new smartphone yesterday called the RAZR i. It's basically the RAZR M that's currently available on Verizon Wireless in the United States, but with an Intel chip inside. We know it's supposed to be fast and all that jazz, but at what cost? How's the battery life? Will apps in the Google Play Store run seamlessly despite the different architecture?
Complaint filed by Motorola to ITC puts Apple under the looking glass
The next step in the Motorola v Apple patent wars has occurred. Motorola has filed a complaint with the ITC regarding 7 of its patents. Now, the ITC will determine if Motorola has a case. If so, this could spell the beginning of the end for iOS in the United States.