Apple's 2012 acquisition of the fingerprint technology firm AuthenTec reportedly thwarted Motorola's plans to incorporate fingerprint recognition into the Nexus 6. The news comes straight from former Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside who explaine...
Motorola ex-CEO says Cupertino killed off its partner The former CEO of Motorola Mobility says the company's Nexus 6 phablet would have been a nicer piece of kit, were it not for Apple's inteference.…
The dimple on the back of Motorola's Nexus 6 would have featured a Touch ID-like fingerprint sensor if Apple had not acquired sensor firm AuthenTec in 2012, according to former Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside. In an interview with...Show More Summary
By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - Motorola, the mobile handset maker bought by China's Lenovo Group Ltd from Google Inc for $2.9 billion, is optimistic about its prospects in the Chinese market, its president told Reuters. Lenovo's acquisition, completed three months ago, ended Google's move into the consumer mobile handset business. Show More Summary
After Lenovo's acquisition, it's a given that Motorola Mobility would eventually be making a comeback in China; and now we have confirmation of this, along with the announcement of a new but familiar-looking model. After the Chinese New Year holidays...
With every mobile phone company offering a myriad of smartphone options these days, it can become very difficult to distinguish one phone from another and determine the best one for you. Motorola has two great products that you might want to consider when shopping for a new mobile phone: the Droid Turbo and the Nexus Droid Turbo vs Nexus 6 is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Material Design in 2014 was just the beginning — now the good stuff really begins 2014 has been a year filled with fantastic things for the mobile world. Samsung is exploring aluminum casing, Motorola's crazy custom backplates got even more creative, and two different phones running Cyanogen OS have been launched as legitimate commercial products. Show More Summary
Motorola will reportedly launching affordable 4G handsets in India sometime next year. In an interview with Economic Times, Rick Osterloh, president and chief operating officer at Motorola Mobility, stated that the vendor will be very aggressive in the 4G segment in India in 2015.
Recent item from the tech rumor mill now indicates that the mobile phone company Motorola is working on a successor to its popular budget Moto E smartphone, which as expected, will be called the Moto E (Gen 2), TechRadar.com reporte...
Motorola lost its appeal in a court case regarding a price fixing scheme for mobile phone displays. The company wanted to hold foreign firms, including AU Optronics, liable for overcharging Motorola's foreign suppliers. The US court disagreed with Motorola's claim. Show More Summary
Black Screen of Death plagues early Google-mobe batch Motorola has issued a recall for an early batch of its hotly anticipated new Nexus 6 smartphones that were sold through US mobile carrier AT&T, owing to a software glitch that can reportedly causes the devices to boot to a black screen.…
The Nexus 6 is Google's showcase phone for Android 5.0 'Lollipop' and the first Nexus device made by Motorola. It comes with a dual-LED ring flash, a 13MP sensor with a fast F2.0 aperture, optical image stabilization and 4K video recording. DxOMark Mobile put the Nexus 6 through its image quality tests and has just published the results. Read more
Motorola Mobility just announced the availability of the Keylink, a Bluetooth-powered fob that helps you find your misplaced keys or smartphone. Compatible with devices running iOS 7.1 or higher, this $25 accessory can ring up your iPhone from up to 100 feet away. If you happen to lose your keys, you can also use the Motorola Connect app […]
ShinyShiny CEO Ashley talks about his new favourite phablet – and the inevitable comparisons to that iPhone. When it comes to mobiles I am, to use cliché marketing speak, a bit of an early adopter. I had one of those Motorola Razr flippy phones very early on and bought an iPhone as soon as it went from being a bit... Show More Summary
It’s official: Google’s foray into the realm of the mobile handset vendor is over, the deal to sell its Motorola Mobility subsidiary to Lenovo finally closing yesterday. The transfer of Motorola Mobility to Lenovo marks the end of Google’s relatively short tenure in the hardware side of the mobile market; Lenovo paying Google $2.91 billion [...]
News hit the wire early Thursday morning that Lenovo has finally completed its purchase of Motorola Mobility from Google. The $2.9 billion acquisition lets the Beijing-based tech company—already a leading PC maker globally—stake its claim in the ground for the mobile market in the western world. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Google sold Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion in cash and stock. Just three years ago, Google bought the company for $12.5 billion, but this isn’t as terrible a business deal as it might appear: while Lenovo gets the phone business, Google gets to keep the company’s valuable library of patents. Google spent $12.5 billion on … [More]
Back in January, Lenovo announced that it was going to buy Motorola Mobility from Google for $US2.91 billion. Now, the deal is signed and sealed. More »
Last January it was announced Google Inc. had agreed to sell off its subsidiary Motorola Motobility to China’s Lenovo Group Ltd. in a deal worth some $2.91 billion. Now, the acquisition has finally been completed and sees Lenovo suddenly become … Continue reading ?
It was just a couple of short years ago when the tech world was abuzz because Google had spent a fortune to purchase Motorola Mobility. There were a number of rumours that dealt with every facet of this transaction and many analysts were looking forward to seeing just how Google would utilize their new acquisition […]