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Motorola Software Update

Motorola Software Update tool is easy to use, fast, convenient, and secure. All you need is a PC, access to the Internet, and a USB...

October 21, 2009 by Motorola

Page: Motorola Mobility acquisition is key to Google's future

Google announces completion of its deal to buy Motorola Mobility and enter the hardware market. The marriage will likely bolster Google’s Android-based smartphone business and Xoom tablet business but maybe not its OEM business. The extent of its success will also be determined by its support in the greater open source community, especially among open source developers, in the Software-as-a-Service era.

May 22, 2012 by

Microsoft files antitrust complaint against Motorola

Microsoft has lodged formal competition charges against Motorola Mobility, the mobile and handset division of Motorola, with the European Commission for alleged abuse of licensing terms for standards-essential patents.The filing follows a similar antitrust complaint from Apple which came to light on 17 February and could lead to a full investigation of Motorola's Mobility's (MMI) patent licensing agreements, according to software patent expert Florian Mueller.

February 22, 2012 by

Motorola Xoom

The Motorola Xoom is a solidly built 10.1in. Android tablet, although it lacks accessories, uses a proprietary charging cable and offers little in the way of software extras.

July 19, 2011 by

Motorola Mobility buys 3LM to spur enterprise uptake

Motorola Mobility — the mobile arm of Motorola — has announced that it completed a deal at the end of last year to acquire Three Laws Mobility for an undisclosed sum, the company said on Monday.Motorola hopes that the purchase of Three Laws Mobility, better known as 3LM — which makes enterprise security software and device management products for Android handsets — will help speed up the deployment of Android devices in enterprise and governmental environments.

February 16, 2011 by

I want a Nokia Windows Phone, and here's why

Nokia is wonderful at hardware. But like Motorola, another veteran of awesome industrial design, Nokia is not terribly strong on the software front — once upon a time it was, but it proved unable to shake itself loose from the now-outdated software of its glory days.

February 11, 2011 by

GSM crack inexpensive, says researcher

Intercepting mobile phone calls, and decrypting the data, can now be achieved using inexpensive equipment, according to security researcher Karsten Nohl.In a presentation at the Chaos Computer Congress (27C3) in Berlin on 28 December 2010, Nohl and fellow researcher Sylvain Munaut demonstrated how calls can be intercepted and decrypted using a Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) and inexpensive Motorola phones.

January 4, 2011 by

Gemalto sues Google, HTC, Samsung, over Android's Java tech

Dutch security company Gemalto has sued Google, HTC, Motorola and Samsung over technologies contained in Dalvik, the Java implementation within the Android operating system.In a statement on its website, issued on October 25, Gemalto said "Gemalto'™s patented technologies are fundamental to running software, developed in a high level programming language such as Java, on a resource constrained device.

October 25, 2010 by

eReader for Google Android now available

I am an ebook fan and like to have the same software across multiple platforms, which is why my preferred reader has been Mobipocket for a couple of years. eReader has been expanding on devices and just launched their Google Android software so now I am going to go all in with eReader. I have been using Shortcovers on my G1, but it requires a data connection to download pages as you read. eReader lets you read content stored right on your device so you can read while on an airplane, traveling in a tunnel, etc. This launch comes on the heels of the Motorola DROID launch and I think that device would be an amazing ebook reader with the beautiful large display.

November 17, 2009 by

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