Some Motorola Android users haves become concerned after updating their Android Market to the new Google Play. Users with Motoblur Android phones have taken to forums and social media to report that since taking the update to Google Play they can’t access the market, now known as the Google Play store. Rest assured your Android
We’ve had the Droid X2 in house for a couple of weeks but got back logged with travel and some other devices however overall we are impressed with the Motorola Droid X2. I actually stopped using the HTC Thunderbolt for a while to use the Droid X2 and the first thing I noticed is how
The Droid Bionic has been an on again off again device from Motorola. At one one point and time it was considered cancelled and that was followed by Motorola saying that it would be delayed but we would be seeing it at some point. Well the day seems to be getting closer and closer as
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.
Last night Mydroidworld leaked out 2.3.3 Roms for both the Droid 2 and the Droid X. After spending a few hours using the Droid 2 version I think it is safe to say that these may very well be the real deal. They seem to be extremely stable and could definitely be considered Release Candidate
Since the first Android phone was introduced back in 2008, the HTC Dream, we have experienced many new flavors. From Vanilla (stock Android) to Motorola’s MotoBlur and HTC’s Sense UI, there are now many choices out there that can open up the Android experince. Motorola’s first Android phone, T-Mobile’s Cliq, released in 2009, brought with it a
We are just a couple of weeks away from the split of Motorola. The current Co-CEOs Greg Brown and Sanjay Jha will each become CEOs of their own companies under the Mototola umbrella. Greg Brown will become the head of Motorola Solutions. The new Motorla Solutions will handle networking, radio and business and government solutions.
The rumored Motorola Cliq 2, the follow up to T-Mobile’s Motorola Cliq, has been spotted at a government office, no not the FCC but the US Patent and Trade Mark Office. It was reported earlier this fall that we may see the Motorola Cliq 2 as early as November 1, 2010 but it looks like
Motorola announced 7 new handsets at CTIA in October, three of those phones were headed to AT&T. They are the Flip Out, Flip Side and Bravo. All three devices are in the midrange category and feature Motorola’s custom user interface, MotoBlur. According to Motorola Mobility CEO, Sanjay Jha, 4 million people are currently using Motoblur.
Motorola introduced a whopping 7 new Android devices at the CTIA show in October in San Francisco. One of those phones is the Motorola Citrus. A mid range eco-conscious Android device on the Verizon Wireless network. What makes the Motorola Citrus eco friendly? The casing is 100% recyclable and made from 25% post consumer recycled
Even though it’s packed with Motoblur one of the cooler phones to come out of this falls CTIA show is the Motorola Defy on T-Mobile. This rugged little beast is water resistant and dust proof. However it’s not root proof. We will have our first look review of the Motorola Defy early next week but
The Motorola Flipside was introduced in October of 2010 along with two other great mid-range Android devices, the Motorola Flip Out and the Motorola Bravo. AT&T and Motorola were harshly criticized with the release of their first Android device the Motorola Backflip in the spring of 2010. We on the otherhand liked it’s unique form
By Matthew Gissentanna Since the release of Android on T-Mobiles G1, one of the greatest aspects of the operating system was the open source. Google released their source to manufacturers to allow them to make the Android OS their own. With each unique interpretation available to consumers, different features and flaws come. I will do
It’s Day 2 with the Motorola Droid X and to say I’m impressed may just be the understatement of the year. I’ll be pointing out some cool things about the Next Evolution of Droid everyday until launch day so here goes. – First things first the screen is the same size as the HTC EVO