Dec 22

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is working on a new phone, via its newly acquired Motorola Mobility and will be released next year. The phone “codenamed X Phone” is designed to compete more strongly with the iPhone, and Samsung’s Galaxy line, than Motorola’s current lineup. The project is being led by former Google product manager Lior Ron and includes possible features such as bendable screens, ceramics, image and gesture-recognition software. » Google Working On New “X Phone” To Compete With Apple & Samsung

Sep 23

Apple has been taking a lot of heat regarding its new Maps application, which replaced Google Maps. Inaccuracies and missing features in the app have spawned a parody Tumblr and Twitter account, in addition to quite the uproar in the tech world. AndroidCentral noted that Motorola is the first to capitalize on the criticism, by creating an “iLost” ad (shown above). Their new advertisement just popped up on their Motorola’s Google+ page that shows the iPhone 5 and Motorola’s new Droid RAZR M both with their Maps app loaded. » Motorola “iLost” Ad: Wants To Prevent iOS 6 Maps Users To Becoming “iLost”

Sep 08

Last year, U.S. tech company advertisers continued to increase ad and promo spending so much so that Google, Amazon and Apple are listed among the six companies with the highest ad-spending growth rates. Check out the infographic after the break to see how much money big companies such as Apple spend for advertising. » Tech Company Ad Spends [infographic]

Apr 13

A German regional court Friday backed a ban on push emails in Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) iCloud and MobileMe services in Germany, granting Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI) a victory in a global patent war among several technology companies.”The Mannheim regional court backed an earlier court decision that banned Apple from offering the service for synchronizing emails on devices in a patent proceeding brought by Motorola Mobility.» German Judge Upholds Ban On Apple Push Email, Apple Must Pay Motorola!

Feb 04

Yesterday we told you that Motorola. won a German patent ruling against Apple. over its iCloud service allowing the company to block sales of devices with access to it. But today Apple has updated the store and all 3G devices are again available. » German Ban On Apple 3G Products Lifted

Oct 18

Motorola announced a new DROID RAZR Smartphone on their latest press conference and they are claiming this Smartphone is thinner than the iPhone 4S. In one way it looks like they are right, but they also say that the upper part housing the camera is not thinner. The phone is measuring just 7.1mm versus 9.3mm for the iPhone 4S, except the camera area. So what does this mean, is the iPhone 4S not the thinnest smathphone anymore, or can we still call the iPhone 4S the thinnest Smartphone to-date because a small part of the DROID RAZR Smartphone is thicker than the iPhone 4S. What do you think? You can find Specs and a video of this new Motorola Smartphone after the break. » Motorola Announced New RAZR: Thinner Than iPhone 4S Or Not?

Aug 15

Google today announced in a blog post an agreement to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, a 63 percent premium to the closing price of Motorola Mobility shares on Friday, August 12, 2011. This means that Google will start creating mobile phones by itself. This can be a start of a bigger competition between Android and iOS or Google Phones and iPhones. For people who are still not sure if they gonna purchase the iPhone or maybe an Android based Phone, this news “can” be the start of a faster growing Android Market Share. » Google To Acquire Motorola Mobility

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