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Motorola has confirmed that Webtop, technology that allowed some of its Android smartphones to be docked to a PC, notebook or TV hub, is dead. Cause of death listed is weak adoption, but cost cuts are also likely to be a reason.
The Motorola Xoom is more of a PC replacement than the iPad, but it still has some frayed edges that need to be evened out before most early adopters will want to jump on board.
The idea of a smartphone that could also be a desktop PC has been around for years, but Motorola surprised us at CES 2011 by delivering the first product that brings that idea to life.
LAS VEGAS - Motorola Mobility has raised the bar on mobile computing, announcing four new Android-based products during a presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show today. The company showcased three new smartphones - the Atrix 4G for AT&T, the Cliq 2 with MotoBlur for T-Mobile and the Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless.
As a super typhoon prepares to lash the Philippines this week--the third time in a month--I ask for the indulgence of those who regularly check out this blog as I write about a topic related to the recent floods once again.One issue that has received considerable attention in the media in the last few days is about cars that were submerged and damaged at the height of the storms.
We missed recording last week due to the Mobilize 2009 event so MobileTechRoundup show #182 is a bit longer than normal as James, Kevin, and I chatted about mobile tech products. James and Kevin had a chance to play with the upcoming T-Mobile Motorola CLIQ Google Android device that will be tough for me to resist. I talked about my new Zune HD and iPod nano and then I learned about Opera 10's Turbo Mode on a PC. Opera Mini 5 beta is out for Java-enabled phones and adds some great new features, all for FREE. James also had a chance to swing by the HP offices and play with the new Envy notebooks that have features you may envy, but at a price you may not.
In response to my latest Tech Shakedown where I complained about how my Motorola Q and other smartphones might be too PC-like in that they often crash so badly that the only way to restart them is to remove and reinsert the battery, one ZDNet reader wrote in to say the situation isn't much better with Motorola's newest smartphone, the Q9m. Joe McLean of McLean/Clark LLC wrote the following note to me (and with his permission, I reprinting it here):Very interesting piece on the Q.
Fresh from blocking Carl Icahn from getting a board seat, Motorola CEO Ed Zander gave a keynote at the Software 2007 Conference. He didn't have anything to say about the boardroom battle, and wasn't asked during a Q&A with conference host M.
Right now, I'm aboard the Acela Express train from Boston's South Station to Penn Station in New York City and I've had connectivity to the Net pretty much the whole way thanks to my Motorola Q and an awesome little app that I've written about before called PDANet from JuneFabrics. PDANet takes the Motorola Q (and other smartphones) and turns them into wireless broadband modems that can be used by your PC.
During his Q&A at D with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, Bill Gates came up with a new term--or at least one I hadn't heard before. He pulled out a Motorola Q (still not shipping officially), which runs the Windows mobile operating system, calling it a multipurpose device (like a PC) and an example of what will be a "reality aquisition device.
If you're a globe-trotter, you'll need a world phone to keep in touch from almost anywhere.
Five wireless products have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance as compatible with other 802.11x kit
Motorola and FedEx subsidiary FedEx Corporate Services announced Wednesday that they are working on a device for couriers that gives them wireless access to the FedEx network for package tracking. The PowerPad is in testing but will be widely available in early 2003, the companies said.
Palm OS 5 running on Motorola's Dragonball MX1 processor will be able to squeeze out twice the battery life found in Pocket PCs, despite sharing a similar hardware architecture
The PowerPC maker says it's vaulted nagging performance hurdles with the chips in Apple's latest Macs
by Stephanie IzarekIf Motorola and other wireless vendors have their way, consumers well-versed in dot-com lingo will soonbe hit with a new term: m-commerce.That's mobile commerce, an e-commerce shopping model in which the cell phone and PDA replace the PC.
This wireless data technology has captured the public's imagination. But when will it get off the ground?
Sony's choice of Symbian -- instead of the Palm or Pocket PC OSes -- was all about smartphones, and getting into the market quickly
The days of the colourless Palm screen are coming to an end. Sources expect hardware and an upgraded OS in February
Advanced Micro Devices and Motorola are hooking up to get ahead in the chip market.
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