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 »
Today we’re getting a second look at the Android 4.0.3 update for Verizon’s Motorola DROID RAZR. The new leaked images show off the detail of Motorola’s new UI which is a much needed improvement over the most recent versions of MotoBLUR.
As you can tell from the images, Motorola has done a full reset with ... Read More »
While most consumers are still trying to figure out the differences between Froyo, Gingerbread or Ice Cream Sandwich, Android enthusiasts are praising the latest iteration of Android. Android 4.0 delivered a myriad of new functionalities to Android, including a shiny new user interface (UI). The Android development team at Google spent countless hours making Android’s ... Read More »
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Based on the latest ROM leak, it looks like the Motorola RAZR may be one of the first devices in Motorola’s lineup to be updated to Android 4.0. The leaked build shows off some of the customizations Motorola is planning to implement on top of the new UI elements from Ice Cream Sandwich. So far, ... Read More »
The first two Android phones released into the wild were the T-Mobile (HTC) G1 and the HTC MyTouch 3G. For many, these phones represented a new and open way of thinking about smartphones, combining powerful (at the time) hardware with open source software. The G1 and MyTouch 3G were widely acclaimed as pure Google devices, ... Read More »
A simple name tied to a popular company has made its way on to the Internet today, and it’s causing quite a stir. The name is KORE and the company it’s tied to is Motorola.
Appearing online in many different URL configurations, the name MOTOKORE is clearly very important to Motorola. As usual, speculation has ... Read More »
Now that Motorola has killed the MOTOBLUR name, we need to find a new one. Since it won’t be fun to call it “Motorola’s Android experience” every time we talk about it, we asked you–our readers–to come up with some new and creative names. And you guys didn’t disappoint. With more than two dozen good ... Read More »
Android phones with MOTOBLUR might be the first with social skills, but they don’t seem to be making a lot of friends. Motorola confirmed yesterday what we’ve been hearing for a while: the MOTOBLUR name is gone for good.
On January 19th, Motorola and T-Mobile will team up to launch the Cliq 2 with MOTOBLUR. The Cliq 2 closely resembles the original Motorola Cliq, but has some beefed up specs and a much-improved hardware keyboard that could make it a real competitor to the current line of high-end smartphones on T-Mobile. But does the ... Read More »
During Motorola’s last earnings call, Co-CEO Sanjay Jha hinted that Motoblur would not be their focus going forward. Three months later, Sanjay is singing a different tune.
In their Q3 2010 earnings call, Dr. Jha boasted that Motoblur now has over 3 million subscribers and customer surveys show that those users are tremendously satisfied. ... Read More »