Google, which officially acquired Motorola Mobility in May of this year, has just announced that Flextronics will acquire Motorola’s factory Tianjin, China. Flextronics will also “assume the management and operation” of Motorola’s factory in Jaguariuna, Brazil.
After recently invalidating Apple’s “rubber-banding” patent, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is back at it with another similar ruling. While not final, the new USPTO verdict says that Apple’s “Steve Jobs” multi-touch patent (U.S. Patent No. 7,479,949) has also been invalidated.
Earlier today we showed you an interesting deal on an unlocked Galaxy S3 version (the GSM GT-I9300 model that doesn’t have LTE support) that sells for $499.99 on eBay, but not every Android buyer out there is looking to purchase a flagship handset at full price.
FTC says that the ban the Google requested would be harmful to consumers, and it would also damage innovation and result in increased costs and uncertainty for other companies. In a statement, the Commission said that using SEP-based injunctions against competitors is equivalent to a ‘patent hold up’.
In case you’ve been keeping a watch on Motorola’s Android software upgrade timeline, you might be interested to know that the list has just been updated. What’s changed?
You can now own the Droid Razr Maxx, which is usually worth $149.99 on the Verizon network, for free. Best Buy has decided to bring back this Sunday its most popular Black Friday deal, which offers the Droid Razr Maxx for free to new Verizon customers.
As previously expected, the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is finally starting to arrive for owners of the Motorola Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR Maxx HD. Like all Verizon rollouts, the upgrade will arrive in phases.
comScore on Friday released a new study that takes a look at the U.S. mobile landscape revealing that Samsung and Apple are the top handset makers in the region.
Verizon Wireless has offered a status update in terms of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD smartphones. And in short, the update is set to begin rolling-out next week.
If you got some cash to spare for the Motorola Atrix HD Developer Edition, otherwise known as the Atrix HD variant that comes with an unlockable bootloader, you can now head to Moto’s website to pre-order the phone. The tinkerer-friendly phone will cost $459.99 with no contract, and will be shipped out on December 16.