Motorola has decided to resurrect its RAZR moniker and apply it to a brand new smartphone. What you see here is the Motorola Droid RAZR, a device that they tout is among the thinnest in the world.more →
The first Motorola Droid, which was also sold in a slightly altered version as the Motorola Milestone, was generally well received. It offered a powerful Android experience, came with a great slide-out keyboard, and had some decent hardware. Now that the Droid 3 has officially hit store shelves, you might want to buy it too… but should you wait?more →
Well, if you look closely, there’s more to it. Some very keen eyes have broken down the video and revealed quite a few more details regarding the DROID X smartphone. For instance, the launch date is clearly displayed as 07.2010, but during the “warping” sequence, we can see 07.02.2010, revealing a July 2 launch date.more →
If you’re looking for the ultimate protection for all of your technological gear, you can’t really go wrong by choosing a protective case from the good people at OtterBox. People have done tests where they threw these cases against walls and drove over them with SUVs, only to reveal that the product remains largely unscathed.
Extending this level of protection to a few new handsets today, OtterBox announced that it now has protective cases for the Motorola Droid, Palm Pre, Palm Pre Plus, Palm Pixi, and Palm Pixi Plus. These will protect them from “scatches, bump, shock and everyday wear.”more →
It may have taken a little time to find its legs, but the Google Android platform is really starting to take off. One of the hottest handsets to feature this operating system is the Motorola Milestone, available now through Telus Mobility.
In many ways, you could say that it’s the same as the Motorola Droid through Verizon, but you don’t get the MOTOBLUR user interface, you would have to wait for the Motorola Backflip in that case. The Milestone is configured to use the Telus 3G+ network so its very fast.more →
Verizon is pretty happy with how the Motorola Droid is doing in the marketplace, but not everyone wants to have a cell phone of that size. Catering to the more pocket-friendly demographic is the newly announced Verizon Devour.more →
Fifty games for the Motorola Droid were compiled in a 10 minute video, although all games are not free, they do show that the Android OS has more going for it than what we initially thought, it’s fast and smooth.more →
Many other supposed iPhone killers have come and gone. We’ve seen some valiant efforts from devices like the BlackBerry Storm and the Palm Pre, but very few have quite the same potential as the Motorola Droid. In fact, the new smartphone is so great that Time Magazine decided to name it as the best gadget […]more →
The Motorola Droid is quite the exciting phone for Verizon, Google, and Motorola. Three heads are better than two, right? Well, it seems that the Droid is heading across the pond in a slightly different form too. The Motorola MT710 is destined for the Chinese market and it sure bears a striking resemblance to the […]more →
Ever since the first Apple iPhone hit the scene, it seems that the mobile phone world has been looking for a so-called iPhone killer. We’ve seen some seriously stiff competition from companies like Samsung and HTC, but the Motorola Droid from Verizon Wireless looks like it could be the strongest offering to date. Maybe you’re […]more →
If the ad campaign is to be believed, the Motorola DROID is supposed to be everything that the iPhone is not. There’s a lot riding on this handset, not only for Motorola, but also for Verizon and the Google Android 2.0 platform. Well, based on some early impressions, it seems that this partnership has worked […]more →
Well, there’s no denying who is the target of this latest television commercial, but it’s debatable whether anyone in Cupertino should be overly concerned. The Motorola Droid, which we had known previously as the Motorola Sholes and Motorola Tao, is set for release some time next month and the ad campaign is kicking off with […]more →