Sounds like our man Sanjay Jha is out. Bloomberg News is reporting that Google will announce Dennis Woodside as the new CEO of Motorola Mobility. Three people familiar with the matter confirmed the news with Bloomberg.
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Motorola Mobility’s shareholders have voted, and they gave the Googorola deal two thumbs up. Motorola Mobility released a statement this morning, revealing that 99 percent of the 74 percent of shares represented at a Special Meeting of Stockholders voted in favor of the Google and Motorola Mobility acquisition agreement, which would give current shareholders $40.00 ... 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 »
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Owning up to your mistakes in the mobile technology business is something no company wants to do. But sometimes it just has to be done. Such is the case with the Motorola Atrix and the ill-received webtop dock that came along with it.
Hallelujah! We’ve been waiting for the Motorola Droid Bionic since it was announced at CES. This device has had a long journey, and rumors keep popping up. But the wait is almost over! We finally have word of when it will be released. This information comes straight ... 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.
Motorola to become a more software-centric company, offer webtop application on all high-end smartphones
Motorola’s webtop application, which turns a smartphone into a desktop-like PC experience, will be coming to their entire high-end smartphone portfolio in the second half of this year, according to a presentation by CEO Sanjay Jha at a Morgan Stanley technology conference this week.
Jha pointed out a number of acquisitions and license agreements that ... Read More »
The $799 price which was the most consistent rumor for the 3G/4G Xoom was confirmed as the true unsubsidized ... Read More »
Motorola Mobility stomped the competition at this year’s CES by announcing several dual-core phones and the first Honeycomb tablet. If you got some to kill and want to see Sanjay Jha announce the Atrix 4G, Droid Bionic, Cliq 2 and XOOM then check out the video after the jump.
UPDATE: Gameloft tweeted that N.O.V.A. 2 is coming to Android at a later date than the iOS launch of December 16th.