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In Android this week was news that Microsoft apps will be preinstalled on Android phones, Galaxy S6 gets an availability date, and Motorola was found guilty of patent infringement.
This week Lenovo bought Motorola, the Nexus 6 sells out in minutes, and Android comes to all McDonald's stores in the US.
This Android smartphone for the enterprise is rugged and offers OS extensions for the field.
The Android developer may be inching closer to its own-brew phablet, according to sources. But where does Motorola and HTC fit into this?
Moto X (2014) review: Bigger display, metal frame, and fabulous Motorola experiences make it the best Android
Motorola had one of the most underrated smartphones of 2013. The successor brings high-end design and specs along with even more Moto experiences.
Sync your Android, iPhone, Motorola Phone, Verizon LG, Droid with Outlook, Lotus Notes, Google Calendar, GMail Contacts, Thunderbird,...
Motorola Moto X Android cell phone for Sprint for $1
Nexus, Motorola, and Google Play Edition devices are getting Android 4.4.3 this week, but has Google fixed the camera battery drain issue affecting Nexus 5 devices?
MOBILedit is the universal phone management software that works with nearly all phones. After downloading MOBILedit to your PC, you...
In a Q&A session, Phil Gerskovich, SVP of New Growth Platforms at Zebra talks about the Internet of Things, the acquisition of Motorola, and how Android-based rugged devices fit in.
Motorola Solutions is the latest company to sign a patent-licensing deal with Microsoft covering devices that run Android and Chrome OS.
Free Motorola Moto X Android smartphone
Android Wear and wearables, Surface 2 LTE, new Android phones are coming (MobileTechRoundup show #317)
Google revealed the Android Wear platform with LG and Motorola showing off a few watch details. There are several new Android phones coming, but it is going to be tough to knock out the Moto X.
Samsung has a commanding Android lead in the enterprise with Motorola a strong No. 2. Given Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola there's a good chance the Android race will become more interesting in the enterprise.
The Moto G has its drawbacks, but it's well built, and if its features are sufficient for your needs, then it delivers superb value for money. If you're looking to equip a workforce with a basic Android phone, it's arguably the best choice currently available.
Updated: Moto X owners in the US will be the first non-Nexus devices to get KitKat, possibly even ahead of the Google Play editions of Samsung and HTC's flagship devices.
I was hoping Motorola might stand apart from others in the Android space when Google purchased them. With their custom Moto Maker service and quick OS updates I think they are showing me they want to as well.
Google revealed Android 4.4 KitKat details yesterday, along with the Nexus 5. HTC and Motorola were quick to inform consumers they will be providing updates for their smartphones very soon.
Google's handset arm has taken the wraps off a new initiative to build modular phones.
Cyanogenmod is going pro, turning into a real company. There's a lot that's good about this, but it will exacerbate the biggest problem Android has.
Sure the Moto X phone has some interesting perks, but it may be more notable how Google and Motorola refrained from going spec-happy and eyed fashion sense.
Moto X, to be unveiled to a select group in New York City, is designed to show the art of the possible when Android, hardware and cloud services blend together. Can Google-Motorola develop hardware mojo?
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