Motorola announced the Webtop and laptop dock with the popular Atrix smartphone in early 2011. These docks were a huge hit with the customers and managed to grab some attention (initially). But gradually, Motorola started losing traction in the market as newer and better droids hit the market. Motorola didn’t give up on its docks
If you’re in Motorola’s feedback network and own a Motorola Atrix 4G good news as invites for a soak test are starting to arrive. Motorola seems to be preparing an update for multiple devices. When we first reported about the Razr’s soak test earlier this week the feeling was that it was NOT Android 4.0
BGR has obtained photos of the Motorola Atrix follow up dubbed the Motorola Atrix 2 and baring the code name “Edison”. The Motorola Atrix 2 is said to have a dual core 1.5ghz processor, most likely of the TI variety. It’s also sports an 8 mega-pixel camera with the ability to record 1080p HD video.
After Motorola and AT&T priced the Motorola Lapdock in AT&T stores out of the market Motorola promised to bring the webtop accessories to other devices and at better price points. When the Motorola Atrix lapdock was announced it was $499 straight out of the store and $350 when bundled with an Atrix on a two
The Motorola MB865, which was seen earlier this year as a follow up to the Motorola Atrix 4G, may be the only 4G/LTE smartphone launched on AT&T this year. AT&T has announced it will roll out a very limited 4G/LTE network in the second half of 2011. Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Chicago have
Motorola announced today that the Motorola Photon 4G will be available from Sprint beginning July 31st for just $199 on a new two year agreement. The Photon 4G is Motorola’s flagship Android device on the Sprint network. Modeled after the Motorola Atrix 4G the Photon 4G brings with it to Sprint, new deeper enterprise integration
After Motorola Mobility CEO , Sanjay Jha, admitted to marketing problems with both the Motorola Xoom and the Motorola Atrix it appears that AT&T has lowered the price on the dual core beast of a phone to just $99.99 There are also wild rumors that the Atrix is headed to Sprint in the coming weeks
I own a Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi, I bought it the day they came out. Why did I buy the Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi, well because Andy Rubin carried it on stage at All Things Digital D: Mobile and as an Android enthusiast I wanted it. Did I make a bad decision, I don’t think so, it’s
Sanjay Jha keynoted today’s sessions at the Bank of America/Merill Lynch Technology Conference held in Manhattan on Thursday. While most of our fellow tech and Android bloggers have covered the fact that Jha attributed 70% of returns to software and apps, there were a number of other things Jha shed light on at the conference.
Since the release of the Motorola Atrix back in February we have seen it go through good times and bad times. One of the biggest setbacks that we have seen was the lack of HSUPA which was finally enabled earlier this month with the 4.1.83 update. While the update had corrected a few issue, it
The Motorola Ming, A1680, is the first clamshell Android device. It was originally released in China in the second half of 2010 via China Unicom as a CDMA device. Taiwan carrier, Chunghwa Telecom, is getting the GSM version of this nifty little Android device. The form factor makes this a unique device and speaks to
Own the new Motorola Atrix 4G? Experiencing voice quality issues? Don’t worry its not just you. The issue has became so wide spread that Motorola is taking notice. Right now there is no concrete reason why the problem has emerged or why some Atrix owners are experiencing these problems while others aren’t. However, if you are an Atrix owner experiencing less
While we were attending MWC in Barcelona last month we talked to some people from Motorola Mobility who spoke to us “off the record” about the new dock accessories for the Motorola Atrix. We learned earlier this month that the Motorola Lap Dock accessory was headed to Verizon to be used with the Droid Bionic
Taking a look back at CES this year, whether you were disappointed in carrier or in anything at all, Android was a huge presence. CES 2011 showed off some ridiculously sweet devices, and I am going to talk about the best of the best today. One of the big things at CES that caused major