A good many of Motorola's more recent phones — the Moto E and carrier versions of the 2014 Moto X — won't get Android 6.0 Marshmallow, erasing months of goodwill from its loyal fans. If there ever was a Cinderella story of the mobile industry, Motorola would be it. Show More Summary
As many have heard by now, Lenovo owns Motorola Mobility after having bought it from Google. So far both companies have largely existed as separate entities, with Motorola designing and making their own phones, and Lenovo doing their own thing. Show More Summary
This week on the podcast Chris is talking about his first impressions of the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, and why he actually likes the plastic more than leather. Plus, much more mobile news!
Google's latest mobile OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow is highly anticipated by many. Last July, the company released its latest flagship smartphones, which are the Moto X Pure Edition and Moto X Play. Since they are the latest in the list, they are also the devices expected to first get the Android 6.0 update. Show More Summary
These are exciting times! We are at the verge of Windows 10 Mobile's debut. The unprecedented success of the desktop version of the OS, with 75 million installs in less than 30 days, provides great momentum for this unified platform....Show More Summary
Motorola has released its first TV spot for the new Moto 360 (2nd Gen) smartwatch, highlighting the device’s design and ability to streamline your mobile life. During the minute-long spot, a few of the usable apps for Android Wear are...Show More Summary
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Reports have emerged Motorola will be absorbing Lenovo Mobile, and both companies are set to merge into one.
Bottom line: Lenovo's plan to reorganize its mobile division around its struggling Motorola operations looks misguided, and doesn't address why the company's smartphones have become such industry laggards. Just a week after I called on PC giant Lenovo to write off Motorola, the company is doing just the opposite and betting [...]
This week on the podcast we're talking about the latest scandal to sweep the tech world: #pengate. We also talk about our exclusive Motorola DROID news, the Moto 360 2, HTC's leaked iPhone copycat, and more.
Apple competitor Lenovo on Thursday confirmed that it will shuffle all of its smartphone operations -- including design and manufacturing -- under its Motorola banner, and eventually shut down Lenovo Mobile entirely.
Lenovo has begun merging its Mobile Business Group (MBG) into Motorola Mobility and the latter will soon start designing and building phones for its parent company, reports NDTV Gadgets. The move is part of an effort to streamline its...Show More Summary
Since Lenovo bought Motorola, there's been a lot of speculation as to what it will do with its existing mobile division. The company has now provided more details, saying it will run all of its smartphone operations under the Motorola umbrella and eventually shutter Lenovo Mobile. Show More Summary
A new report out of China claims that Lenovo Mobile will soon be dissolved with all future products to be sold and marketed under the Motorola branding.
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Germany’s top civil court has ruled that Apple’s slide-to-unlock technology isn’t sophisticated enough to warrant a patent, Bloomberg reports. In 2012, Apple won an injunction against Motorola Mobility based on its patent on using aShow More Summary
Despite Lenovo officially owning Motorola Mobility, both companies continue to operate separately with Lenovo pushing out their own brand of handsets while Motorola produces their own. Both brands offer up very different devices and don’t seem particularly complementary to one another. Show More Summary
Making a splash in a well-established, some may say entrenched, mobile market isn’t an easy proposition. At the top end of the scale you have companies like Samsung, Apple, HTC, Motorola and other household brands to contend with, while at the ‘value’ end of the scale you get challenger brands like OnePlus, Oppo and Huawei. Show More Summary
When Project Ara was first announced, it was under Motorola Mobility’s banner, although we suppose technically it was under Google’s banner since Google had already acquired Motorola by then. However when Motorola was sold off to Lenovo, Google got to keep Project Ara and they have been working on it ever since. Show More Summary
When news of Stagefright broke out, you can be sure that there was a fair number of people were very concerned of the situation, and rightly so. In fact, smartphone manufacturers and mobile carriers (like Motorola, AT&T, Verizon andShow More Summary