Samsung Galaxy S II Customers In UK Prevail Over Motorola

It seems that Motorola was running some pretty clever advertising across the pond. In their advertising for the Motorola Atrix in the UK, Motorola took it upon themselves to use the tag line “The Most Powerful Smartphone Available”. At one time that held true however the Motorola Atrix has a 1ghz dual core processor and

Google We Mean Motorola Announce DEFY+

While Samsung just recently announced a new ruggedized Android phone with a bunch of bells and whistles, Motorola (who is being acquired by Google) has announced they are releasing the next DEFY device.  The original DEFY was released last fall and was the first water resistant Android device. Our friends at Androidguys.com are reporting by

Wow! Google To Acquire Motorola Mobility For $12.5 Billion

A lot of Android enthusiasts have always openly talked about what it would be like if Google bought T-Mobile or another carrier, but it’s been a year or so since people pondered what it would be like for them to buy an OEM. Well today that has happened. Google and Motorola have sent out a

CyanogenMod To Support 3 More Devices

The Motorola Atrix 4G (AT&T), Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) and the LG Optimus 3D (International) are all in different stages headed towards support of the most popular ROM available to Android users, CyanogenMod. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a pre-beta build of CM7. The build is still beta with a mixture of CM7 features working

Another Android Watch Surfaces, This Time By Blue Sky

Last week we learned about a new Android watch, small format design by WIMM Labs. That company is hoping to license it’s technology to other OEM’s to fit it into their small format Android projects.  They are also going to sell a limited supply of their prototype watches (once completed) to developers to develop for

Could Motorola WebTop Functionality Be Headed To The Droid 3?

Our good friends at Gadget U have raised a good point that could all get washed away in the wording.  First off back at the end of February, Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha said that both Gingerbread and WebTop would be part of all Motorola’s high end Android phones.   We also know that Verizon Wireless

Motorola Domino Brings Sleek New Stylish Look To Android Devices

Our good friends at IntoMobile  called the Motorola Domino “Quite possibly the cutest Android smartphone we’ve ever laid our eyes on”.  We could go there too, it’s a nice looking phone. Of course we rather use words like sleek and stylish to describe the new Motorola Domino which made it’s debut in China today. In

Motorola Photon 4G Rooted, But It’ll Cost You Right Now

While we are sure the developers over at XDA are working on a quicker, less expensive way to root Sprint’s new Motorola Photon 4G, there is a root method available now. The only caveat with the root method that is currently available for the phone that was just released this past weekend, is that it

Motorola Droid Pro Heads To Cellular South As The Motorola Milestone Plus

Cellular South, the largest privately held regional wireless carrier, and strong supporter of the Android OS has announced the addition of another Android device to their portfolio. The Motorola Milestone Plus, bares a stunning resemblance to the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon Wireless and the Motorola XPRT on Sprint.  The Motorola Milestone Plus is Cellular

Follow Up To Motorola Atrix Surfaces Overseas

Unwired has stumbled upon some pictures believed to be of the follow up to the Motorola Atrix on AT&T.  The photos, which have shown up in China, feature an Android device with a Motorola logo and AT&T logo across the top. The so far unnamed phone looks a lot like the Motorola Atrix, AT&T and

Sprint’s Motorola Titanium Just Got More Business Friendly

The new Motorola Titanium on Sprint may not be the most Android enthusiast friendly phone.  It was released with Froyo, an outdated version of Android, and Android enthusiasts may turn their noses at it. However it’s designed for Nextel with business in mind. The folks at Companion Link recognized that the target on the Titanium

Motorola Atrix Gingerbread Update Ready To Go

Motorola Atrix users on AT&T will be rejoiced to find the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update available on their handsets now. The Gingerbread update brings HD 1080p video playback, an enhanced and simpler home screen and an update user interface. Developer’s and fans of rooting phones will also be pleasantly surprised that this update unlocks the

Sprint & Motorola Officially Announce The Motorola Titanium

Motorola’s ruggedized portrait qwerty keyboard Android device, called the Titanium, has been given an official release date and pricing.  Sprint will begin selling the Titanium on July 2th at $149.99 on a new 2 year agreement. The Motorola Titanium blends some of the features from the Motorola XPRT (on Verizon The Droid Pro) with military

Motorola Photon 4G Hits Sprint Shelves July 31st For Just $199

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

Sprint’s Motorola Photon 4G Slides Through The FCC

Sprint’s highly anticipated Motorola Photon 4G has passed through the FCC with flying colors.  Until recently Motorola and Sprint didn’t have any top tier Android devices. Sprint and Motorola released the XPRT, built around the design for the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon. The XPRT is a great Android device for business customers that still

Some Canadians To Get Some Gingerbread Love

Bell customers with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy S, HTC Incredible S, HTC Desire Z and Motorola Atrix will be pleased to know that Gingerbread is heading your way. Now this pertains only to our Canadian readers on Bell. We have no other news at this time. Samsung Galaxy Tab owners should start to

Motorola’s Milestone 3 (Droid 3) Hit’s China First

Earlier this month when Sanjay Jha was speaking at the Meryll Lynch/BOA tech conference in New York City he emphasized that Motorola would be focusing on international markets as well as the US for the second half of the year.  That started today with the release of the Motorola Milestone 3.  Now before you get