Motorola's Q Going Windows Mobile 6.1 Through AT&T

The Motorola Q is finally getting the Windows Mobile 6.1 treatment through AT&T, who's stores are said to be taking in shipments of a new silver version of the handset. This is good news for enterprise customers who are tied into the WinMo world. No word yet on when these will hit the shelves, or if there will be an… » 8/19/08 10:00pm 8/19/08 10:00pm

Confirmed: Sprint Will Ship BlackBerry Pearl 8130 on Black Friday; Moto…

Rumor confirmed. On Friday, November 23, better known to you Dealzmodo nuts as Black Friday, Sprint plans to roll out the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 ($200 with two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate). Buyers of the BlackBerry can also get the new Power Vision BlackBerry Pack: For $30 per month on top of your voice plan,… » 11/15/07 9:46am 11/15/07 9:46am

MOTO Q 9h Coming Tomorrow on AT&T for $200

OK, so we were a little off in the timing, but the MOTO Q 9h is now making its way to AT&T. The new WM6 phone is the first Motorola Q with full, quad band GPRS/EDGE support, meaning you don't need to rent a loaner the next time you jet set to Paris for lunch. And while it manages to stay just 11.8 millimeters thick,… » 11/01/07 10:56am 11/01/07 10:56am

Motorola Q9h Packs Better Camera, Sound Than Most WM6 Phones

The verdict is still out on Motorola's upcoming Q9h, but the Boy Genius himself seems to be giving the new handheld a thumbs-up, praising the phone's keyboard, speakers and camera features. I personally liked the old Q's keyboard better, but then again I have paws for hands. Otherwise BG says the phone has a full… » 5/31/07 7:10pm 5/31/07 7:10pm

Battery Test: Motorola's Qs Go Head to Head

As much as I love my Moto Q, I can't stand that its battery barely makes it through a day. Seriously, this phone cannot last 24 hours (even with very light use). So we checked out the goods on the new Moto Q9 and guess what? It's using the same battery as the old Q. Does this mean you'll have to carry around a spare… » 5/15/07 3:40pm 5/15/07 3:40pm

Motorola Q Goes Global with Moto q9 and Moto GSM

Now people all over the world can be annoyed by the Motorola Q, with the Moto Q q9 officially rolling out in Barcelona with the ability to handle that quick like a bunny HSDPA connectivity. There's also a Moto Q GSM model debuting, so now you can connect up all over the world on the Q with quad-band GPRS and Edge… » 2/12/07 11:16am 2/12/07 11:16am

Motorola Q For Sprint Dated and Reviewed (Verdict: No Better Than…

Sprint has officially announced the availability (mid-Januray online and mid-February in stores; $299 with two-year agreement) of the Motorola Q Windows Mobile 5-powered smartphone and Laptop magazine has already taken a good look at it. Let's just say that Sprint didn't exactly pull out all the stops to improve its Q… » 1/04/07 11:34am 1/04/07 11:34am

Motorola Q Now in Black On Verizon For $50 Extra

Just in time for whatever pagan holiday you celebrate, Verizon Wireless has released a special black version of the Motorola Q smartphone. What's so special about it? How about how they jacked the price up by $50 for no real reason, which reminds me of the color premium that Apple has on its black MacBook. There's no… » 12/12/06 8:14am 12/12/06 8:14am

Clever Case Mod Puts PC Where It Belongs

There's something satisfying about this trash can PC case mod from a resourceful Chinese enthusiast, putting the PC right where it belongs. I can think of many a long night where I wanted to do much worse to the PCs I've encountered. Not that we're Mac fanboys or anything, but you never see a Mac shoehorned into a… » 10/20/06 1:02pm 10/20/06 1:02pm

CEDIA 2006: HomeLogic Controlling Everything From UMPC, Motorola Q, Too

HomeLogic has finally found a suitable task for ultra mobile PCs (UMPC), those solutions looking for a problem that have been pretty much useless up until now. Why not run the all-encompassing HomeLogic OneHome home control software on a UMPC? Heck, the Samsung Q1 shown here can do everything the HomeLogic's own… » 9/15/06 9:55am 9/15/06 9:55am

Updating the Motorola Q: Smooth Sailing, Better Performance

After a quick download of the Motorola Q software and firmware update yesterday, we loaded it on our Q here with little incident. After a quick firmware flash, the software update revealed a slightly new interface, with four icons abreast instead of three. The best news is the Motorola Q operating system seems to work… » 8/31/06 12:44pm 8/31/06 12:44pm

Motorola Q Downloadable Updates: Adds Cell Modem, Maybe Fixes Crashes?

Motorola is finally attempting a cure for its balky Motorola Q's crashtastic performance issues, offering firmware and software updates for download. Unfortunately if you want to update your Q, all the content you've loaded onto it will be deleted. We just downloaded the firmware update and it's 42.7MB, and on that… » 8/30/06 11:40am 8/30/06 11:40am