Verizon Wireless and Motorola yesterday announced that the Motorola Devour is available online and in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores...
After grabbing headlines with a sign-on bonus of more than $100 million, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha has settled down to a more pedestrian $3.77 million in annual pay.
Which search engine gets native placement on any given smartphone has become a very big deal.
Motorola remains ambiguous on reported plans to move its handset division to California...
AT&T today confirmed details for the carrier's first Android smartphone, the Motorola BACKFLIP.
The device manufacturers aren't wasting any time showing off their new gadgets at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
After months of flip-flopping, Motorola today announced that is targeting the first quarter of 2011 for its planned separation.
Motorola is once again considering a break-up of its handset and set-top divisions.
Another of Motorola's projected 20-something Android devices slated for 2010 is on its way. Motorola today introduced the DEVOUR for Verizon Wireless.
Despite the 24 percent drop in handset sales, Motorola is actually doing pretty well for itself.
Motorola is going after Research In Motion (RIM) with a patent complaint filed Friday with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).
Motorola has unveiled Korea's first Android 2.0 smartphone, the Motoroi.
Motorola's Droid carries a $187.75 bill of materials (BOM) and manufacturing cost, according to a dissection conducted by iSuppli's Teardown Analysis Service.
Motorola outdid itself last night with a classy press event at the Mirage's Revolution Lounge.
Motorola Inc. shares closed sharply higher Tuesday after an analyst initiated coverage of the stock with an "outperform" rating, saying he expects the company to be broken up next year, with the pieces bringing more value to investors.Bernstein Research analyst Pierre Ferragu called Motorola "a...
Android is beginning to feel its first growing pains in the form of fragmentation. But the platform is not alone and neither is it struggling for OEMs wanting to get on board.
Verizon Wireless’s Nov. 6 launch of the Motorola Droid smartphone may not have been accompanied by the breathless anticipation surrounding the 2007 introduction of the iPhone, but in many respects, its drama was higher.
Motorola has acquired RadioFrame Networks' iDEN business.
Motorola and Alcatel-Lucent have invested an undisclosed amount of money in 4G chipmaker Sequans Communications.
The news that Sprint would be giving Clearwire more cash, which was leaked by the Wall Street Journal one day before it was officially announced, came as little surprise.
Do not touch my Droid. That is the first order of business. And it’s not even really mine to begin with. It’s a loaner unit for demo and review purposes. I had been waiting for its arrival like a kid
Long-struggling Motorola made a profit, its second-quarterly move into the black after months of losses and falling market share.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Imagine how you'd feel if you peaked in middle school. That's pretty much what happened to cell phone maker Motorola, which had a megahit in 2005 with its Razr handset but has since failed to fashion another that can approach its popularity.
The suspense over Verizon Wireless' release date of the Droid phone is building, with Droid devotees getting a teaser on a Web site referring to a date as early as next week.