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Sprint to sell two qwerty handsets – Motorola Photon Q and LG Mach

Sprint to sell two qwerty handsets – Motorola Photon Q and LG Mach The Tuesday announcement by Sprint, about its plans to sell the LG Mach slider-style smartphone with qwerty keyboard, indicates that the third-ranking US carrier still feels that there is enough demand for handsets with qwerty keyboards, in spite of the increasing inclination of the users towards touchscree smartphones.

The LG Mach is the second qwerty-keyboard handset which will be offered by Sprint this fall --- the other physical qwerty keyboard handset to be sold by the carrier being the Motorola Photon Q.

Motorola launches three smartphones in Razr series

Motorola launches three smartphones in Razr seriesMotorola, which was earlier acquired by internet giant Google, has expanded its Razr family f smartphones with the launch of three new devices.

The company launched the Droid Razr HD, Droid Razr Maxx HD, and the Droid Razr M at an event in New York City, ahead of the anticipated launch of a version of iPhone from Apple. The devices have been launched for the US market and will aim at attracting customers with a host of enhanced features and sleek designs along with the benefits of the Android platform.

Motorola’s Droid Razr HD may be Verizon’s new flagship device

Motorola’s Droid Razr HD may be Verizon’s new flagship devicThe Droid Razr HD - one of the three new handsets which Motorola announced at its Wednesday press event - may well be the new flagship device of Verizon Wireless, which somehow hasn't had any flagship gadget since the Droid Razr that was announced nearly one year back.

New Motorola handset will reportedly have edge-to-edge screen

New Motorola handset will reportedly have edge-to-edge screenAt its September 5 scheduled press conference in New York with Verizon Wireless, Google's May-acquired Motorola Mobility unit will reportedly unveil its new smartphone - apparently the next DROID - which, as per an `inside' source, will boast an edge-to-edge screen; thereby making it one of the first full-screen handsets in the US.

Details on Motorola’s Droid RAZR M 4G LTE leaked ahead of official unveiling

Details on Motorola’s Droid RAZR M 4G LTE leaked ahead of official unveilingWith recent reports revealing that Motorola will likely unveil its new Droid RAZR M 4G LTE at a September 6 event, the details on the forthcoming smartphone have been leaked before its official introduction.

According to Engadget, which apparently got hold of some exciting pictures of the somewhat familiar-looking handset, the Droid RAZR M 4G LTE from Motorola boasts a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED advanced display; a 1.5GHz Snapdragon MSM8960 processor; NFC capabilities; 8GB of onboard storage; and 1GB of RAM.

Motorola files second ITC complaint against Apple

Motorola files second ITC complaint against AppleLast week, Google's newly-acquired Motorola Mobility subsidiary filed a second patent-infringement complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC), accusing Apple of infringing on seven Motorola patents.

The second ITC complaint by Motorola comes nearly a month after the agency ruled on the company's patent-infringement claims against Apple regarding seven other patents.

Google completes $ 12.5 billion Motorola takeover deal

Google completes $ 12.5 billion Motorola takeover dealInternet giant, Google has said that it has completed its $ 12.5 billion deal under which it acquired Motorola Mobility, nine months after Google announced that it wanted to expand into the hardware business.

After the acquisition, Google has entered into the hardware mobile market with the devices. The company offers its Android platform for smartphones from different manufacturers. Motorola offers a great opportunity for internet giant but comes with great risks.

US Judges ask Apple to shorten request for information from Motorola

US Judges ask Apple to shorten request for information from MotorolaA US Circuit Judge has asked technology giant, Apple to shorten its request of information on Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility and the development of Android and described its request as too vague.

Judge Richard A. Posner had allowed Apple earlier this month to obtain information from Google and Motorola about their merger and other information on the development on the Android platform.

Verizon launches new Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

Verizon launches new Motorola Droid Razr Maxx US tlecom service providr, Verizon wireless has released the new Motorola Droid Razr Maxx smartphone in the country. The Droid Razr Maxx, which is claimed to have a 21 hours of battery life, will be launched on 26 January. The device is 8.99 mm thick and is thus thinner than the iPhone, which measures 9.3 mm.

The smartphone is powered by 3300 mAh battery and comes with 4.3-inch Super AMOLED HD-resolution screen. It runs on a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and features 32 GB memory including 16 GB built-in memory and a pre-installed 16 GB microSD card.

Motorola scores another patent win against Apple in Germany

Motorola scores another patent win against Apple in GermanyMotorola Mobility Holdings Inc, which was acquired by Google last year, has won a German patent ruling against Apple in a case involving patent infringement claims.

The Mannheim Regional Court ruling favored Motorola in a case involving Apple iCloud service. The ruling may allow the company to block sale of Apple device such as iPhone and iPad in the country if they are found to be offering the service.

Motorola to release Droid Razr Maxx on Verizon

Motorola to release Droid Razr Maxx on Verizon Mobile phone manufacturer, Motorola is planning to launch its new Droid Razr Maxx smartphone on Verizon network.

The Droid Razr Maxx, which is claimed to have a 21 hours of battery life, will be launched on 26 January. The device is 8.99 mm thick and is thus thinner than the iPhone, which measures 9.3 mm.

The smartphone is powered by 3300 mAh battery and comes with 4.3-inch Super AMOLED HD-resolution screen. It runs on a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and features 32 GB memory including 16 GB built-in memory and a pre-installed 16 GB microSD card.

Motorola launches Defy+ in India

Motorola launches Defy+ in IndiaPhone maker, Motorola has announced the launch of new Defy+ powered by Google's Android in the Indian market.

The handset, which was first revealed internationally on 15th August this year, is an improved model of Motorola Defy. The new device continues to have some aspects including dust and water proof characteristic of the earlier model.

Motorola might launch new Facebook dedicated phone

Motorola might launch new Facebook dedicated phone Handset maker, Motorola, which was recently acquired by Google, might soon launch a new Facebook dedicated to tap into the popularity of the social networking site among mobile phone users.

The Motorola EX225 has been revealed on the website for the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. The device features a standard QWERTY-keyboard with a little blue colored Facebook key in the corner.

Motorola to roll out Android 3.2 for UK Xoom users in September

Motorola to roll out Android 3.2 for UK Xoom users in September Motorola, which is being taken over by the Google, has announced that it will rollout Android 3.2 Honeycomb for the users of its Xoom tablet computers in the UK in September.

The move comes about three months after the update was made available to users in the US. The Google’s Android 3.2 OS update offers a host of key functionality enhancements to the iPad challenger.

Asian Smartphone Makers Think Google’s Motorola Deal a Boon for Asia

Asian Smartphone Makers Think Google’s Motorola Deal a Boon for AsiaAsian smartphone makers are expecting the Google’s $12.5bn bid for Motorola Mobility as a boon rather than a blow and thus executives and analysts have already started analyzing the prospects of the growing competition from a Google-owned Motorola.

Oracle urges court to force Motorola to give Google related information

Oracle urges court to force Motorola to give Google related informationOracle is urging a US court to ask Motorola to furnish information related to its lawsuit against Google.

Oracle has filed a motion in the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois urging for an order to Motorola to provide information and offer an executive to testify the implementation of the Android platform in smartphones.

Leaked images of Droid Bionic appear online

Leaked images of Droid Bionic appear online Some leaked images of Motorola’s upcoming smartphone Droid Bionic, have reportedly appeared on the internet, which shows that the smartphone will come with a refreshed 4.5-inch screen.

The images indicate that Droid Bionic will be an upcoming Verizon 4G smartphone in the US market. Earlier reports had suggested that the smartphone will feature a 4.3-inch display, similar to that of Samsung Droid Charge. However, the new reports suggest a larger screen size, which could make the phone bigger than even the Galaxy S2 smartphone from Samsung.

Motorola to launch Photon 4G on Sprint

Motorola to launch Photon 4G on Sprint Phone maker, Motorola has announced its new WiMax-based Photon 4G smartphone for Sprint network at a media event in New York.

The Photon 4G features a 4.3-inch screen, dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 camera, 1 GB of RAM and 8 megapixel rear camera. The device will run Android 2.3 and will come with a kickstand.

The Photon 4G is expected to be available this summer and will be one of the most powerful phones on Sprint. Motorola has lagged behind rivals like HTC and Samsung, who launched their Evo 4G and Epic 4G samrtphones, respectively months before the company’s foray into the 4G.

Xoom sales can be impacted by Verizon offer

Motorolas-XoomOn Tuesday, Verizon Wireless and Motorola announced that they are going to offer Motorola's Xoom during the later part of this week for as little as $599. Along with that they are going to offer a two-year contract and the device is going to have Google Android 3.0.

But, the customers are also going to be given the option of choosing from no-contract price of $799. It seems that the main idea behind launching the device is to compete with Apple's popular iPad tablet. However, Xoom is going to cost $70 more than iPad.

Motorola Takes Legal Action Against Apple For Patent Violation

Motorola Takes Legal Action Against Apple For Patent ViolationAccording to recent reports, Motorola has taken legal action against Apple.

Motorola sued Apple for allegedly breaching 18 of its patents linking to antenna design, wireless email and other technologies utilized in the company's iPhone and iPod touch gadgets.




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