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  1. Senior vice president of product management at Motorola Rick Osterloh announced in a tweet that the company has shipped 6.5 million devices globally for Q1 2014. The Moto X and Moto G have been getting warm reception worldwide, with the Moto G named the "most successful and highest-selling smartphone" by Osterloch a couple of months ago. By all accounts, the company looks to be on the right track. Motorola, which is about to become a part of Lenovo after Google sold it for $3 billion, doesn't intend to stop here. The company is preparing yet another affordable blockbuster called the M
  2. Nokia has struggled to get into the US market for years now, but it seems that its hard work is finally starting to pay off. Counterpoint Research reports that in Q3 of this year Nokia leapfrogged several makers to reach the fourth spot among smartphone vendors in the US. This sounds less impressive when you look at the numbers - Nokia holds a smidgen over 4% of the market. But you have to look deeper - in Q2 this year, Nokia was at a 1.4%. It took it almost year to get to that point, in Q3 2012 Nokia barely registered at 0.7%. So in three months Nokia more than doubled its market sh
  3. The Moto X's camera app is now available via Google Play, ensuring that the company will be able to deliver speedy improvements and performance enhancements without delay (and regardless of your carrier affiliation). We suspect Motorola Camera can also be downloaded on the latest series of Droid devices from Verizon since the camera software is identical, though we haven't tested this directly. Regardless, if for some reason you haven't received the new and improved Moto X camera, it's now just a download away. Download Google Play Store OR dIRECT LINK source
  4. Motorola's upcoming midrange Moto G smartphone has been hinted at several times over the past few days, first as a phantom reference on Motorola's homepage next to the Moto X, then last night from @evleaks. Now, we've got a fresh promo card from our own tipster, purportedly destined for a Phones4u store As you can tell from the image, the device is targeted at midrange smartphone holiday shoppers' pockets with a 4.5" 720p edge-to-edge display covered in Gorilla Glass and 1.2GHz quad-core CPU. There will be just 8GB of storage, a 5MP shooter capable of 720p recording with 1.3M
  5. Moto G has started to make the rounds fairly recently, but we've been hearing about one dubbed DVX long before that, and the two have been pegged to be one and the same handset. The November 13 invitation Motorola just sent us for the Moto G, would mean an affordable version of the Moto X, expected to cost around the bottom feeding $250 without a contract, and free with subsidies. Unlike the Moto X, the G is expected to be a global handset, likely heading for emerging markets, too. Whether Google will use the Moto G to demonstrate how well can the newly optimized Android 4.4 KitKa
  6. Motorola Mobility has filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a wireless microphone that would be embedded onto your neck through a tattoo. Yes, you read that correctly. If this concept ever made it to market, buyers would tattoo wireless microphones to their necks. "The electronic skin tattoo can include an embedded microphone; a transceiver for enabling wireless communication with the MCD (mobile communication device); and a power supply configured to receive energizing signals from a personal area network associated with the MCD. A controller is communic
  7. Android 4.4, also known as KitKat, is the most recent version of Google’s popular operating system, and it’s already shipping in several new devices around the world. But what about the 900 million or so Android devices that have been sold to date? How do you know if your phone or tablet will get a sweet KitKat upgrade? Here's a guide to the major manufacturers and their KitKat roadmaps so far. Google The Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, will all receive the KitKat upgrade. Motorola Motorola is primed to show off the latest and greatest facets of Android and the new KitKat operating system. I
  8. It’s been a little while since Motorola brought us anything new, other than the announcement of its upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch. While there’s still a lot of unknowns for Motorola as its prepares to transition to a new owner, it appears that we’ll be getting a look at what’s next from the company on May 13th. The news of the upcoming announcement comes straight from Motorola’s press invite (seen below), and hints that their next handset will be “Made to last. Priced for all.” The announcement event will take place in London during the morning hours. So what kind of device are we looking at he
  9. With Google announcing their smart wearable ambitions, they noted they were working with various OEMs and chipset manufacturers to get the ball rolling. Shortly after launch, we saw an LG smartwatch, which will be featuring google’s new Android system for wearables. Now it’s Motorola’s turn, and they’re promising something pretty big. Via the official Motorola blog, the company is announcing the Moto 360. A modern looking smartwatch, it’s got a very Movado-esque style, but promises all the same functionality we heard about with the Android wear announcement. For those not exited about squ
  10. Google today at I/O event confirmed that the first two watches that were announced alongside the Android Wear debut in March, the Motorola Moto 360 and the LG G Watch, will be water resistant. The water resistance is certainly very important for a smartwatch and these are some great news to everyone who wanted to give Android Wear wearables a try. More importantly the company announced the availability details of the two devices. The LG G Watch is going on sale today on the Play Store, while the Motorola Moto 360 will follow later this summer. Pricing is yet to be confirmed, but tha
  11. geeteam

    Motorola Moto G2 Leaked

    Motorola have decided to revisit the G-series of phones with a successor that intends to capitalize on the simple and cost-friendly features of the first G. The model 1068 XT, or Moto G 2nd Generation. The panel of any device is usually the most expensive single piece and the G2 looks to have kept the resolution at 1280 x 720 pixels with a dpi of 320. In a world where 1080p screens and even QHD displays (2560 x 1440 pixels) are becoming standard, the 720p screen still doesn’t look all that bad. Just five years ago, I thought the 320 x 480 (180 dpi) on my HTC Hero looked fine. Heck, even App
  12. The successor of Motorola Moto G, rumored as Moto G2 and Moto G+1, should be available for purchase on September 10. The information comes from a retailer, which got the info straight from a Motorola rep. Apparently the Dual-SIM Moto G with 5" display, as the Moto rep calls the device, will begin shipping to retailers on September 10. Some lucky retailers will be able to get the first batch of Moto G2 phones as early as the end of August, but it's unclear if they will be allowed to sell it before September 10. Pricing - about €250. That's double the original Moto G price and about 25% above t
  13. Over the past few months we've seen much controversy about whether there will be another Nexus smartphone. That's because Google has been rumored to drop this program, and focus on Android Silver, which will incorporate a few devices from more manufacturers than one - but is only said to take shape early next year. Now a new rumor claims that there could in fact be another Nexus phone, and it will launch in November. Interestingly, Motorola is apparently going to be making it. Its codename is Shamu, which fits with the sea creature theme that Google has used so far to assign codenames to Nex
  14. (Reuters) - Apple Inc does not use patented technology owned by Google unit Motorola Mobility in making its iPhones, an appeals court said on Friday. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a decision by the International Trade Commission in April that Apple did not violate a Google patent to make the popular iPhone. The smartphone industry has seen dozens of lawsuits on several continents as Apple vies for market share with companies that make smartphones using Google's Android software. "We're disappointed in this decision and are evaluating our options," Google unit Moto
  15. HONG KONG Fri Feb 7, 2014 4:18am EST (Reuters) - Internet search company Google Inc will own a 5.94 percent stake in China's Lenovo Group Ltd worth $750 million once Lenovo's deal to buy Google's Motorola handset division closes, according to a disclosure on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Google would take 618.3 million Lenovo shares at $1.213 per share, the stock exchange said late on Thursday. Lenovo agreed to buy Google's Motorola handset division last week for $2.91 billion in a cash and stock deal. (This version of the story clarifies that Google will only own Lenovo stake once Motorol
  16. As of right now, Motorola is still a Google company, but assuming the various regulatory bodies around the world approve of the plan, Motorola will eventually become a Lenovo company. Google CEO Larry Page has said that Lenovo would retain Motorola's brand identity, but we really don't know what to expect from the acquisition. However, we may get more info at MWC later this month. Motorola has sent out invitations to an event at Mobile World Congress on February 25th. We don't know what the event will cover, but Motorola has said that there won't be any major announcements. The event is plan
  17. geeteam

    Moto G launched in India

    The Motorola Moto G has finally been launched in India. For the first time, the company has collaborated with an online retailer for a launch. Moto G will be available exclusively on Flipkart, India's largest e-commerce website, starting tomorrow, February 6. If you're curious about the pricing, you'll be happy to know that Motorola and Flipkart have done a brilliant job with it. The 8GB model is priced at just INR 12,499 ($200) and the 16GB model is priced at INR 13,999 ($225), unlocked without any contract and inclusive of all taxes and shipping charges. Considering the phone lacks
  18. According to sources at BGR India, Motorola will be launching the Moto G in India some time this week. As some of you may be aware, Motorola does not have any official presence in India any more, after the company quit business in the country a couple of years back. Due to this, Motorola does not have any channels to distribute the phone any more, which is why it will be partnering exclusively with online stores to sell the Moto G in India. Flipkart is said to be one of those stores, although it's unknown if it will be the only one. It will be interesting to see how the after sales service
  19. One of the more popular phones right now, surprisingly, is the Moto G. And by popular, I mean the one making all the headlines and being the most talked about. The Moto G was announced by Motorola back in November and has really taken the world by storm. Not because it’s a spectacular device. But when you factor in the price for the Moto G, it really does become a spectacular device. The Moto G is available (here in the States) for $179 for the 8GB model and $199 for the 16GB model. Now if you’re looking for a device in that price range you’re going to find some pretty bad choices. The Moto G
  20. Yesterday, the dual-SIM version of the Motorola Moto G went official in Australia, the phone has reached Malaysia. This time around, with its price tag. The dual-SIM Motorola Moto G carries a price tag of $210 and $240 for the 8GB and 16GB models, respectively. The phone was announced at a joint event of Motorola and local carrier Brightstar. The extra SIM card slot has added a just over $30 to the cost of the 8GB model and $10 on top of the price of the 16GB one. Originally, Motorola priced the Moto G at $179 for 8GB and $199 for double the storage. Malaysian online retailer Lazada Ma
  21. Back when the Motorola Moto G was announced, company officials went on record saying that there’s a dual-SIM version coming down the road, but provided no details on either pricing or availability. Well, now we have at least one piece of the puzzle as the dual-SIM Moto G has landed Australia. The information comes courtesy of Motorola’s official webpage for the land Down Under, so it should be a pretty certain deal. The new Moto G version has seemingly debuted very recently, as we were unable to locate any online stores in Oz that actually have dual-SIM units in stock. That’s why we are also
  22. By Amy Schatz January 30, 2014, 4:04 PM PST Googles surprise announcement that it plans to sell its Motorola handset business to Lenovo, the Chinese technology company, now puts the spotlight on whether federal officials will agree the deal poses no national security concerns. Federal scrutiny of the deal is expected to be heightened because it involves the sale of telecommunications equipment assets to a company partially backed by the Chinese government. Similar deals have passed U.S. security reviews although not without some agreements by companies to modify them. Google and Lenovo of
  23. Rajat Agrawal Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 15:00 IST Moments ago Lenovo signed an agreement to acquire Motorola for $2.91 billion from Google, which is selling it at a massive loss after buying Motorola for $12.5 billion less than two years ago. So what does this deal mean for all the three companies involved? Heres our take For Google: Motorolas acquisition was an expensive mistake for Google. At $12.5 billion it was Googles largest acquisition and Google had hoped that Motorolas patents would save it and its Android hardware partners, who were bombarded by patent infringement lawsuits by t
  24. On Wednesday night, Google announced it is selling off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for just $2.91 billion, a couple of years after acquiring the business for $12.5 billion. On the surface it looks like a massive loss for Google, but after taking a deeper dive, this might actually be a great deal after all. Following the purchase of Motorola Mobility, Google sold Motorola Home to Arris for $2.35 billion, cutting the purchase price down to roughly $10 billion. Motorola also had $3 billion in cash on its book that got directly transferred to Google, so it really becomes a $7.15 billion purchase
  25. By Marcus YamJanuary 29, 2014 3:12 PM Lenovo looks to go up against Samsung for the lion's share of the Android smartphone market. Lenovo has announced a $2.91 billion deal to acquire Motorola Mobility from Google. Motorola's handset business was sold to Google in 2012 for $12.5 billion, but hasn't made any money for the search giant. Google said that it purchased Motorola Mobility for its patents, most of which aren't included in the sale to Lenovo. Instead, Lenovo will receive a license to the portfolio of patents and other intellectual property. On the surface, Lenovo getting Motorola for l
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