A side-by-side comparison of today’s smartphone with the granddaddy of cellphones, say the Motorola DynaTAC, will reveal or remind you that mobile phone technology has come a long way. If you’re one to follow mobile phone revolution, then you’ll certainly enjoy this video by Fueled. Show More Summary
ByMarshall Hargrave: Google (GOOG) shelled out over $12 billion for Motorola Mobility back in 2012. At the time, the price seemed rather high, even though Google got some 17,000 patents and 7,500 pending patents. This was Motorola's largest acquisition by far. Show More Summary
Lenovo chief Yang Yuanqing made an appearance at Mobile World Congress earlier this week, and took the opportunity to confidently predict that the company can transform its loss-making acquisition Motorola within just six quarters once it completes its takeover. Yang … Continue reading ?
Moto will be back in black in no time, assures Lenovo boss Lenovo boss Yang Yuanqing has boasted that he can wipe Motorola Mobility’s $1bn-a-year (£600m) losses in just six quarters once his firm takes the helm at the handset maker....
Seeks hardware hackers for Motorola's mix-and-match mobe Google says it is planning a series of three developer conferences this year in support of Project Ara, the modular mobile phone design being developed by its Motorola Mobility division.…
After Lenovo's recent purchase, questions immediately arose surrounding Motorola's planned device launches for 2014. In a Twitter Q&A surrounding the events at Mobile World Congress, the handset maker revealed that the next version of its popular...
Motorola didn’t show off any new devices, but it did have a lot to say about its plans for the future at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week. Moto Maker, which until now has been available exclusively to U.S. customers, will open shop in Western Europe and Mexico next quarter, according to Rick Osterloh,... Read More
A few questions have been raised as to why Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google. Sure Motorola’s an established brand with lots of potential, but Lenovo’s own mobile business is doing extremely well even without this acquisition. Lenovo’s Q1 earnings call … Continue reading ?
When Motorola took the stage at Mobile World Congress this week, the company didn’t have much to offer in the way of new devices. Other than introducing a new smartwatch, the soon-to-be-Lenovo-owned phone maker refrained from any major reveals, but a Twitter Q&A session on Tuesday afternoon hinted at the next smartphone from Motorola. Show More Summary
It looks like Motorola will be staying on top of the wearable revolution: It, too, plans to launch a smartwatch later this year. Senior Vice President Rick Osterloh announced the news at a panel discussion at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, according to The Verge. Show More Summary
Motorola thinks wearables should look like jewelery We're having a friendly press dinner with Motorola at Mobile World Congress, and Rick Osterloh, senior vice president of product management, has been talking about wearables. Osterloh...Show More Summary
Motorola held a decided low-key press conference today at Mobile World Congress. It was a snoozer. But! But Rick Osterloh, Motorola SVP, confirmed that the brand is still working on smartwatch development and there is another one on the way. Show More Summary
Motorola may not have released any new devices at Mobile World Conference 2014 in Barcelona, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have news to share. At some point this... Keep reading ?
With Lenovo expected to buy Motorola Mobility from Google, we’re sure many are wondering what will be the fate of Motorola’s released devices while under Google. Well according to @evleaks, it seems that perhaps Motorola could be working on a successor to the Moto X before they are sold off to Lenovo. Show More Summary
Google has announced Project Tango, an initiative that aims to develop mobile devices that are capable of capturing 3D-maps of your surroundings. Formerly a division of Motorola, Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP)...Show More Summary
Project Aria wasn’t the only reason why Google insisted to keep Motorola Mobility’s employees when handing over this company to …
So this is why Google held onto Motorola’s advanced hardware group. Google today announced Project Tango, an experimental smartphone platform dedicated to mobile 3D mapping, which comes out of Motorola’s former Advanced Technology and Platforms (ATAP) group. It centers on …
Project Tango aims to revolutionize 3D mapping on smartphones. (Credit: Google) When Google sold off Motorola Mobility, it kept the company's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group and moved it under the Android umbrella. Now we know at least part of the reason why: Project Tango. Show More Summary
Kodak Alaris, the personal and document imaging company now owned by the UK Pension Plan (KPP), named Ralf Gerbershagen its new Chief Executive Officer on Friday. Gerbershagen was previously at Motorola Mobility, currently part of Google, where he had held positions as Managing Director Motorola Germany GmbH and VP & General Manager Motorola Mobility Europe […]
Four of us are headed to Barcelona next week for Mobile World Congress, and we preview what's ahead from one of Europe's biggest mobile tech events! Plus, what's up with Motorola now that its CEO is headed elsewhere, and our Brits finally get their hands on the Moto X. Podcast podcast Android Central 171