Touchless Control is an amazing, innovative feature on modern X8-powred Motorola devices like the Moto X and some of Droids. It allows you to speak to your phone without touching it, eliminating the need to turn on the screen first. This always-listening ability is powered by a special core in the X8 chip that helps ... Read More »
Verizon’s DroidLanding Twitter account has been back in action for the past week, teasing what seems to be a new DROID device right around the corner. And we have every reason to believe it’s a Motorola tablet.
The tweet announcing that something else is going on is just as cryptic as ever:
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Rumors have been floating around for about half a year now, but it has finally happened: the DROID brand has found exclusivity with a single manufacturer. That manufacturer released three new DROID branded phones today, and that’s Motorola.
This means other manufacturers that have traditionally ... Read More »
Verizon is getting straight down to business with the announcement of its new DROID line-up. Last night, Verizon sent out short invites for an event in New York City that will take place next Tuesday, July 23. We’re not sure if the company could have been any more open about the devices it’s planning to ... Read More »
Motorola and Verizon have been very good friends for the last few years. Ever since the first Motorola DROID came out, Verizon used Motorola (and occasionally Samsung and HTC) to create an entire brand image centered on the “DROID.” The brand grew as many different phones entered the fray, and Motorola was at the forefront ... Read More »
It’s been nearly two years since Verizon’s DroidLanding Twitter account, used to promote new Droid series devices using cheesy robotic language and B-movie quality special effects, has uttered a peep. Today, June 18, is the day we will remember as the day DroidLanding rose again.
We have absolutely no idea what the DroidLanding Twitter account ... Read More »
It’s no secret that part of the reason carriers were so quick to embrace Android in its infancy had a lot to do with how flexible the OS, and the manufacturers making devices, were. Devices like the Verizon Droid XXL Mega Battery 2 HD 4G LTE, which will never be updated, are a direct product ... Read More »
After what feels like years of waiting, Motorola has launched “Unlock My Device,” a legitimate way for Motorola brand Android users to unlock the bootloader of their device, allowing for the installation of third-party software.
In order to easily flash custom ROMs or other similar third-party software to your Android device, one of ... Read More »
Like many Android users, the original DROID was my introduction to Android and while I’ve bounced through a half dozen other devices since then I’ll always have a soft spot for the DROID line. With that said the DROID 4 has launched into a very different landscape with devices literally half its thickness available and ... Read More »