In an interview, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside spoke about his strategy, the relative cost of mobile versus desktop Internet access, and why it’s important to take the “long view.” He also discussed why Motorola isn’t selling its devices in China.
Motorola Mobility's low-cost Moto G went on sale in the United States on Tuesday, far earlier than its scheduled debut in January 2014.
Thinking about Cyber Monday already? We’ll be offering a $150 discount on any off-contract Moto X, including Moto Maker and Dev Edition. Supplies will be limited, so stay tuned for more details. http://goo.gl/UFd8N9? [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Smartphone vendors Nokia, LG Electronics and Sony Mobile Communications are likely to continue to stay in the tablet market, while rivals including HTC, Motorola Mobility and BlackBerry may choose to focus on the smartphone sector, according...Show More Summary
We’re giving people plenty of mobile goodness to gobble up this holiday season. Starting today, people in the US can purchase Moto G (GSM version) on Motorola.com with no contract, no SIM lock and an unlockable bootloader for USD$179...Show More Summary
Motorola Mobility apparently couldn’t wait for its low-cost Moto G to hit the States. The Moto G went on sale in the US on Tuesday, available only in the GSM variant and unlocked on Motorola.com for $179 without a contract. The surprise launch comes well ahead of the company’s previously planned target of getting the... Read More
Learn more about the Moto X at: http://soc.att.com/17LyMPV. The new Moto X from Motorola is a 4G LTE Android smartphone and features a customizable display, 10 megapixel camera and touchless control. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Low-cost Motorola phone arrives on TELUS and Koodo Mobile Following its launch in parts of Europe and Latin America last week, Motorola's new low-cost handset, the Moto G, has arrived on Canadian shores. The device has gone on sale today...Show More Summary
Motorola Mobility is tapping into 3D printing as a way to make parts for user-customized smartphones, a concept being chased by the company under an initiative called Project Ara. Motorola has signed a deal with 3D Systems, which will use 3D printing to make smartphone enclosures and other modules for the highly modular smartphones. Show More Summary
Motorola’s Project Ara plan to turn the mobile market on its head by offering a modular smartphone just took one step closer to reality to today with the announcement of... Keep reading ?
New mobile devices like Verizon’s Ellipsis 7 are the latest trend in consumer tech appealing to the budget business user. And Motorola, now under the guidance of new owner Google, may be adding to that trend with its new Moto G. Unveiled just months after the Moto X, the new phone may be even more of... Show More Summary
At Motorola, we’re focused on delivering the best Android experiences and the best of Google services. Over this past year, we’ve worked very hard to create ways for users to express themselves using their mobile devices. Customers who...Show More Summary
Ah, to know that your smartphone is about to receive the most recent version of the mobile operating system is definitely good news no matter how you look at it. We have heard that the Motorola Moto X from Verizon is all set to receive...Show More Summary
By Murani Lewis: Apple (AAPL) is a premium brand in a mobile technology market that is quickly devolving into a money pit. Google (GOOG) owned Motorola has launched the Moto G, a smartphone priced ($179 for 8GB, $199 for 16GB USD) to compete in the price sensitive emerging markets. Show More Summary
Motorola Mobility, owned by the search engine giant Google, filed for a patent for a system that comprises an electronic skin tattoo that would emit an electronic signal capable of communicating with smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and wearable tech like Google Glass via a Bluetooth-style connection. With size similar to a band-aid, the intent of [...]
When Google bought Motorola there were plenty of theories about why it wanted the mobile maker. Patents, being named chief among them. But today’s launch of the low cost Moto G smartphone suggests the strategy was -- or has certainly become -- multi-faceted. Google is using Motorola to chide and school its Android OEMs on what it takes to make decent budget handsets.
A futuristic project from Google is in the works: electronic skin tattoos. Last week, Google’s Motorola Mobility applied for a patent that would link the tattoos with mobile devices: The patent, titled “Coupling an Electronic Skin Tattoo to a Mobile Communication Device,” explains that the device would sit on the user’s neck and serve as […]
Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside introduces the Moto G. (Credit: screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET) Google's inexpensive, new Android phones mean the company has a real chance at transforming the wireless industry -- something it attempted to do nearly four years ago with the Nexus One. Show More Summary
Google-owned Motorola Mobility is setting its sights on worldwide adoption of the Moto G, which has a 4.5-inch screen and is priced from US$179 without a contract. Most people in the world can't afford a smartphone that costs $500 and $600, and in fact the average cost is around $200, according to Dennis Woodside, CEO of Motorola Mobility. Show More Summary
Motorola held a special event today to reveal its new Moto G, a spiritual sibling to the Moto X and a way for the Google-owned smartphone maker to bring its vision of a customized mobile device future to even more consumers with much more affordable pricing. "Now we're setting our sights on the world," is how Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside put it during the event today.