Promising its smart mobile workflow app delivers major efficiency gains with real-time analytics, Motorola is ensuring regulatory compliance for mobility.
Motorola Mobility has realised there's a market for affordable, well-featured smartphones with a recognisable brand name.
Google’s next phone might be the last one you ever need - Project Ara involves highly customisable, build-your-own handsets where you can pick and choose which parts you want in your phone, and swap them out whenever you want.
Fresh from buying IBM’s server division, Chinese PC giant Lenovo has announced it will acquire the Motorola Mobility smartphone business off Google.
Google-owned Motorola Mobility has announced an ultra-cheap mobile phone aimed squarely at developing markets - the Moto G.
Motorola is working on a completely customisable smartphone that could feature replaceable displays, keyboards or even processors.
Photos have leaked of what could be Google's next smartphone, featuring a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Apple has won another battle in its ongoing patent war, with a US appeals court today ruling that Apple is allowed to resume its patent case against Motorola Mobility.
Google's plan to acquire Motorola Mobility has hit a stumbling block in the form of China's anti-monopoly watchdog.
The European Commission has approved Google's planned $US12.5b acquisition of Motorola Mobility saying it would "not significantly modify the market situation in respect of operating systems and patents for [smartphones and tablets]."
Motorola Mobility's strategic investment arm Motorola Mobility Ventures has made an unspecified investment in social networking startup, Shaker, that adds 'Second Life' like avatar interactions to the 'real world' of Facebook.
Motorola Mobility has scored an initial victory over Apple in an intellectual property dispute in which Apple alleged that Motorola had violated three of its patents relating to smartphones.
Shareholders representing about 74 percent of Motorola Mobility's shares have voted to accept Google's $12.5b takeover offer, announced in August.
The LiMo and Linux Foundations have announced plans for another Linux based mobile device platform, one that will support smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, netbooks and in-vehicle infotainment systems.
According to Frost and Sullivan the price Google is paying for Motorola Mobility was simply based on the price per patent, using a previous significant patent portfolio sale as a benchmark and took no account of the value of the mobile phone business. Far-fetched? Maybe but F&S has a remarkable 'coincidence' to support this.
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