News tagged ‘motorola’
Thursday, 2 Jun 2011
It seems that Motorola is not resting on its laurels and has plans to unveil new mobile devices, including the Xoom's successor, in the coming months.
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011
Motorola Mobility today announced that the highly-anticipated Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi will launch in Singapore on April 22, 2011.
Tuesday, 15 Feb 2011
Motorola Mobility announces acquisition of 3LM.
Tuesday, 1 Feb 2011
Motorola has been pretty aggressive with its ads, and a teaser spot for its Superbowl ad takes a swipe at Apple and how it has kept to just one single authority over the years.
Tuesday, 21 Dec 2010
We know Motorola is making a huge announcement at CES 2011, related to its tablet. But what we didn't expect, is this promo video that hints at what it'll be showing, and takes a few shots at the iPad and Galaxy Tab at the same time.
Thursday, 9 Dec 2010
Motorola Mobility announces launch of Motorola DEFY - a slim, pocketable Android smartphone with advanced Web-browsing capabilities and a 3.7-inch high-resolution touch screen display.
Monday, 1 Nov 2010
We had expected it once news came that Motorola sued Apple for patent infringement last month, but it still took around two weeks for Apple to prepare its counter.
Friday, 22 Oct 2010
The Motorola FLIPOUT features an innovative square pivot design that slides to reveal a five-row QWERTY keypad while the CHARM's BACKTRACK touch panel allows users to smoothly navigate, scroll and make selections without obstructing the display screen with their fingers.
Monday, 18 Oct 2010
Motorola and Nokia today jointly announced that the companies have entered into a 4G license agreement, which extends the companies' existing intellectual property licensing agreement to include 4G cellular technologies, such as LTE, WiMAX and LTE-Advanced.
Thursday, 7 Oct 2010
Motorola today announced that its subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, Inc., has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) alleging that Apple's iPhone, iPad, iTouch and certain Mac computers infringe Motorola patents.