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?
Apple recently announced that it has sold 100 million iPod Touch units, which got us thinking, why hasn’t an Android OEM made a proper iPod Touch competitor?
Yesterday at the D11 Conference, Motorola revealed its plans for wearable (or swallowable) authentication tokens in the form of tattoos and pills.
A new report reveals that a newly found but unconfirmed Motorola handset could be the Verizon X Phone. Read on to find out more details.
Three Motorola patent applications reveal what a future smartwatch from the company may offer users. Read on to find out more details.
Android Authority has recently spoken with sources close to Google regarding some of what i in store for us. We know, the ubiquitous “sources” moniker is tiresome, but had we not spoken to these folks ourselves, we wouldn’t feel confident in what we’re reporting. If you’re curious to find out what was said, keep reading!
A new set of Google X Phone rumors have hit the web, with one providing certain details about the handset and with another one suggesting Google is backing away from the project.
Yesterday, the European Commission announced that they have warned Motorola about its use of standard essential patents against Apple. More specifically, they warned them about seeking an injunction against Apple rather than licensing patents in Germany.
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