Insiders told Phone Arena that Google subsidiary Motorola is preparing an ultra-budget device codenamed DFX. But why would Motorola waste resources developing such a device?
If you’re a fan of the Motorola Droid RAZR series you’re going to be very happy right now: a new rumor claims the RAZR Ultra is on its way to Verizon in the coming months. Read on to learn more!
It’s not official, but it’s there. On the tech week website, tucked way at the bottom, is a new Motorola logo. We’ve seen variants of the Motorola logo before, but this one has a twist. This one may mean something.
In this Back to Basics edition, we take a look at screen technology. LCD’s, TFT’s and AMOLED. All shall be explained. Read on for the full details.
The Moto X phone is said to be the phone with which an image was taken, image that has been posted on a famed Twitter account. Check out the image here!
Though the FCC filing lists another model number with “X” in the designation, we are still a bit baffled by what is going on. If we’re to believe all these Motorola devices with that letter in the model number, then we have to ask why Dennis Woodside declared the X FON was a single device.
Some alleged Moto X specs have been posted on a Twitter account known for its previous mobile-related leaks, revealing that the handset could pack a dual-core processor, 10-megapixel camera and run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Due to a major rise in smartphone theft, New York’s Attorney General has summoned several companies for a discussion about implementing a kill switch button into future devices.
At last week’s AllThingsD conference, CEO of Motorola Dennis Woodward announced the company’s intention to begin assembling smartphones in the United States.
Dennis Woodside, the CEO of Motorola Mobility since its acquisition by Google last year, has declared war on high priced smartphones during the All Things D conference. Will execs at Samsung start shaking in their boots? Should the folks at Apple should also be sweating?