The original Motorola Atrix was a big star of CES 2011. Despite the fact that it morphed into the world's worst laptop, the phone itself actually held its own. Now, the Atrix is back. The gimmicks are gone, and what's left is a solid, affordable phone with a sharp HD screen and a speedy OS. Is the new Atrix about to…
Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) is the prettiest, most intuitive version of Google's mobile OS yet, but hardware manufacturers still insist on dirtying it up. Android skins are inevitable, but who does it best? See for yourself.
Droid Bionic, where have you been? You've been teasing us since January, and now that you're finally coming, will people care or will you be out-shone by others who got to the party sooner and look at least as pretty?
The Photon is a thick and heavy phone. It makes no qualms about this. On the other hand, it's a fast, bright, and powerful phone. The latter's worth it—pretty rare.
MOTOBLUR will soon be gone. Not the Android overlay, but the term itself.
That weird little Android 2.1-running, Motoblur-skinned slider that popped up in April? It's showing its square self off again in a few more leaked shots, this time with a possible codename and a likely carrier: Motorola Chindi and AT&T.
The future of MOTOBLUR is a bit murky based on what Motorola Co-CEO Dr. Sanjay K. Jha had to say recently, but it sounds like he's mainly discussing the brand name itself rather than the concept:
A leaked T-Mobile slide is showing off the Motorola Charm, a square-ish Android device running Motoblur with a physical keyboard.
It's no secret that the Droid Shadow will be sold exclusively with Verizon Wireless as soon as next month, but the WSJ is reporting that another Motorola smartphone will also be added to Verizon's shelves in July.
AT&T's first Android phone, the Backflip, is a smartphone for people who probably wouldn't otherwise buy a smartphone. And for them—and only them—it might just work.
AT&T is late to the Android games, but they're making up for lost time with five Android handsets in the first half of the year. First up: the Motorola Backflip, coming March 7th for $100 with contract. Wait... $100?
Did you blink during the Super Bowl commercial breaks? Too bad if you did, because it means you may have missed the anemic number of gadget or tech-related commercials worth talking about tomorrow at the water cooler. But! Megan Fox!
Why hello there, slightly smaller Droid! I have so many questions for you. Like, why do you have Motoblur? How much do you cost? When can people buy you? Why aren't you officially part of the "Droid" line?
It's not enough that Motorola shows a woman with expertly grown legs throwing off a robe before getting into a tub before cutting off the video, they tease an upcoming MOTOBLUR smartphone as well. Tell us about the phone! [Motorola]
Motorola making a device in more that one color? You don't say… One of our connects sent us the above photo of the Motorola Calgary / DROID Devour / Whatever, and confirmed the specifications we posted a few months back.