Good Technology is rounding out its corporate leadership with a trio of new execs from other Silicon Valley heavyweights.
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Christy Wyatt takes over as Good Technology CEO. She held positions at Citi, Motorola Mobility and Apple.
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.
Focused on small retailers and merchants, GoPago has created a free turnkey point-of-sale system that combines technology from Verizon Wireless and Motorola. SMBs pay only the transaction fee.
Apple has filed a suit in San Diego federal court accusing Motorola of breaching its licensing agreement with Qualcomm over a chip used in the iPhone 4S.The Californian company's latest filing revolves around technology found in the iPhone 4S's MDM6610 baseband chip, which is made by Qualcomm and contains technology licensed from Motorola.
Intellectual Ventures, a large holder of patents, has sued Motorola Mobility in the US for alleged infringement of its smartphone-related intellectual property.The company, founded by former Microsoft chief technology officer Nathan Myhrvold, buys up patents from inventors and other companies, then collects licensing fees for their use and sues those who do not pay up.
At the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff interviews Google Chairman Eric Schmidt about the state of the technology industry. Highlights include remarks about Apple's Steve Jobs, Motorola, and what's wrong with the current patent system.
Considering the Microsoft-Motorola spat and assorted mobile technology patent suits flying around, is Android even a safe operating system for handset makers to use?
Motorola has a long history of developing and commercializing new communications technology. But the company is at its best when it exits before the market is mature.
The government would miss out on $220 million in revenue if it decided to provide emergency services with spectrum in the 700MHz band, network technology company Motorola has estimated.
This is a peek into a technology writer’s home office, aka Mobile News Manor, discussing gadgets, apps, best practices using same, and ebooks. This week the Motorola XOOM got some hands-on time.
On any given day, there's another green such-and-such list out. When companies begin showing up on multiple lists, generally I sit up and take notice, as is the case with enterprise and consumer mobile technology powerhouse Motorola.
The iPhone maker has accused Motorola of infringing on six patents, in the latest stage of a war over the technology used in Android handsets
In its patent suit against Motorola over Android, Microsoft claims to basically own the sync technology.
1E is answering IT managers or computer users who might be concerned about the impact that powering down their notebooks or desktop computers might have on night-time patching and management duties by creating a free wake-on-LAN app that works on iPhones and iPads.The software, called 1E WakeUp, integrates with the company's NightWatchman power management software and also with some proactive computer health check technology.
Motorola is suing Huawei for allegedly misappropriating trade secrets, according to an amended complaint filed in a US district court on 16 July.According to Motorola's original complaint, five of its former employees had been passing on trade secrets to a wireless technology competitor called Lemko, itself set up by people who had been working for Motorola at the time.
Motorola has unveiled their latest creation, the squarish Flipout. Doing exactly what the name describes (boasting a squished, slide-out QWERTY keyboard), the Android 2.1-based mobile device has a special focus on social networking with enhanced Motoblur technology.
Aruba Networks and Motorola have settled their long-running patent dispute by signing a cross-licensing agreement, the companies announced on Friday.In August 2007, two Motorola subsidiaries sued Aruba over alleged patent infringements relating to wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture.
The biggest news in mobile technology this week was the Motorola DROID announcement from Verizon Wireless and we spent a large junk of MobileTechRoundup show #188 talking about the device and Google Android. James, Kevin, and I haven't yet held the DROID so we are reserving final judgement on it, but it sounds like James may be the only one who may pick up the device since he already has a Verizon account. Google Maps Navigation beta is installed on the DROID and may just have wiped out PNDs, but Microsoft is helping with the shutting down of the MSN Direct service on 1 January 2012.
Motorola today offered a few more details about last week's launch of Cliq and its plans to differentiate itself in an increasingly-open, fast-changing mobile world during a presentation at the Deutsche Bank Securities Technology Conference.Specifically, Dr.
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