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Lenovo plans to sell three million Moto Zs, Moto Mods will be compatible over next three years

With failed attempts at smartphone modularity, I've been hesitant to spend money on accessories. Motorola Mobility recently revealed in an interview that we can count on Moto Mods for at least three years.

Moto G5 leaks once again ahead of official unveil

The Moto G5 could come with a metal chassis and a removable battery. Press renders of the Moto G5 leaked last week, giving us a look at the design and internal hardware. Motorola is set to unveil the phone later this week at Mobile World...Show More Summary

Don’t Miss These Android Stories: February 17, 2017

We’re one week from Mobile World Congress and the unveiling of major 2017 smartphones and gadgets from companies like LG, Huawei, and Motorola. We’re expecting the G6 and its rounded display corners, the P10 and pee green, the Moto G5...Show More Summary

New leaked photo gives us a closer look at the Moto G5 Plus

In just over two weeks, Motorola (along with dozens of other smartphone vendors and consumer electronic companies) will take the stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Many of them will have new, exciting devices to show...Show More Summary

Moto Mods Hackathon: Moving the modular smartphone concept forward

With active participation in hackathons and a full Mod Development Kit, Motorola Mobility is enabling hardware developers to help its Moto Mods be successful. The Moto Z is an excellent modular smartphone that looks to be getting even better.

Moto Z hackathons create more interesting Mods than Motorola

The modular Moto Z was the tool of choice at the latest Motorola hackathon in San Francisco this past weekend. Developers and entrepreneurs took on the task of hacking the mobile phone with a variety of other hardware to come up with innovative add-ons. Show More Summary

SAPVoice: Lenovo's "Disciplined" Supply Chain Drives Global Leadership

Over the last decade, Lenovo has been going global with the acquisitions of IBM’s personal computer business and Motorola Mobility. Read how the company has been revamping its now worldwide supply chain to keep pace.

Inside Motorola’s modular phone masterplan

Last year was big for modular mobile devices – and not all of it was good news. We saw the interesting but disappointing LG G5 at the beginning of 2016. A few months later, Google announced that it was shelving its ambitious modular phone program, which was dubbed Project Ara. Show More Summary

Lenovo Thought It Knew How to Fix Tarnished Brands---Then It Bought Motorola

Success with a deal for IBM personal computers led China’s Lenovo to underestimate the difficulty of reviving smartphone company Motorola Mobility. “We underestimated the differences of the culture and the business model,” says the ...

Motorola is the latest to confirm its MWC 2017 press event on Feb. 26

Lenovo's Motorola division is the latest company to confirm it will be holding a press event on Feb. 26 as part of the 2017 Mobile World Congress show.

Motorola hosting MWC event on February 26

Mobile World Congress kicks off at the end of February, and it’s already shaping up to be a busy show. The Lenovo-owned Moto just sent out invites for an event it will be hosting on February 26. This is technically the day before the trade show starts, which is pretty normal. What’s [...]

Motorola is announcing a new phone at Mobile World Congress in February

Motorola teases a new phone to launch at MWC. Motorola is set to launch a new phone in Barcelona next month prior to the start of Mobile World Congress. The annual show has become a traditional venue for manufacturers to launch phones...Show More Summary

Pros and cons: Our quick verdict on the LeEco Le Pro3

The Le Pro3 is the first phone available in the US from LeEco -- a company already well-known in its native China for its mobile devices and TVs (among many other things). Similar to Motorola and OnePlus, LeEco is competing on price, with the Le Pro3 ringing in at just $400. Show More Summary

Parineeti Chopra in Zara and H&M at Motorola Phone Launch

At the launch of a mobile phone, Parineeti was seen in a white Zara blouse paired with an H&M skirt. A bracelet from Pipa Bella and Asos heels finished out her look. Between the silk blouse and the metallic element of the skirt, the outfit didn’t seem to photograph that well and hence had me […]

The Moto Z series could get Google's world-sensing Tango tech

Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro might be the first smartphone out there with Google's Tango technology, but other parts of the company are interested too. While addressing press at an event in Chicago, Motorola Mobility president Aymar de Lencquesaing said that the Lenovo subsidiary is "likely to have a Tango module" for the Moto Z line of smartphones... Show More Summary

Lenovo to exclusively sell Moto phones, self-branded phones are no more

Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola hasn’t gone so well for the company. Sales continue to drop and popularity in China simply isn’t growing. Lenovo is now changing things up in hopes of getting back on track in the mobile department. The biggest news is that the company will no longer be [...]

18 Funny Vintage Photos Show People's Expectation before Mobile Phones

Before the first handheld mobile cell phone was demonstrated by Motorola in 1973, people had ideas to show their expectation for them. Here below is a small collection of funny vintage photos capturing people with their mobile phones in the past. See more »

Lenovo mobile shipments increase, Motorola division boosted with Moto Z sales

Lenovo announced that it sold 14 million smartphones during the third quarter of 2016, while sales from its Motorola division got a big boost.

Motorola Brings Back 'Hello Moto,' Takes Shots at the iPhone in First TV Ad Since 2011

4 months agoMarketing / Advertising : AdFreak

Apple's latest iPhone rollout wasn't a game changer. Samsung's was a disaster. That leaves room for another phone maker to swoop in and claim its device is the future of mobile. And that's exactly what Moto is looking to do with itsShow More Summary

NPAPI – a plugin to retrieve device information

Some times ago I wrote a barcode scanner NPAPI plugin for the HTML5 browser by zetakey. It is based on code supplied as MySensor in the motorola knowledge base. The plugin is for Windows Mobile 6.x based devices by Intermec and another one for M3 devices.

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