Photokina 2014 highlights


The upcoming Moto X will reportedly let you customize its colors (and it won't look much l...

We've been hearing rumors of the Moto X smartphone since late last year. It was originally described as Google's superphone that would do battle with the iPhone and Galaxy S series. Imaginations quickly ran wild, envisioning what Google could do to change the game. Well, we're now getting a clearer picture of that, and it might not be quite what we originally expected.  Read More

The Golden-i 3.8 headset is a wearable, hands free computer interfacing device for profess...

Back in 2009, the Kopin Corporation’s Golden-i headset promised a hands-free, natural-speech-recognition interface for wireless remote control over a range of devices including mobile phones, PCs, company networks and wireless systems, but it was also little more than a concept. Four years on, the company is marketing the wearable, hands free computer interfacing devices for heavy and light industries, professionals and first responders. The Golden-i headsets allow the user to send and receive audiovisual information from multiple platforms by means of both voice and motion control while leaving the hands free to get on with the job.  Read More

It's unlikely that anyone outside of Google and Motorola knows what the phone will look li...

When Google bought Motorola, most assumed that it was for the patents. Moto could still be a valuable weapon in the courtroom, but the search giant is also ready to wield it in the smartphone market. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is developing a new Motorola flagship, codenamed the X Phone.  Read More

The Motorola HC1 is aimed at industrial and military users

Motorola Solutions has released its own head-mounted wearable computer based on Kopin Corporation’s Golden-i headset. Aimed at industrial and military users who need to keep their hands free on the job while viewing documents and schematics or getting help from far afield specialists, the Motorola HC1 Headset Computer places an 800 x 600 (SVGA) full color TFT micro-display at a viewing distance that provides a virtual image size of 15 inches. In keeping with the hands-free theme, the headset can be controlled via voice recognition and gesture controls.  Read More

How does Motorola's latest stand up to Samsung's leading Galaxy S3?

After reviving the Razr brand last year from a flip-phone graveyard, Motorola has tweaked its formula with two proper sequels. The Razr HD and Razr HD Maxx (accompanied by the Droid moniker in the U.S.) aren't exactly true to their names, as they're both beefier than their predecessors. How do these more balanced handsets stack up next to Samsung's Android-leading Galaxy S III?  Read More

The RAZR M, HD and MAXX HD are the latest additions to Motorola's RAZR line

Motorola has introduced three new Android-powered LTE smartphones to its RAZR family. There’s the DROID RAZR M, which the company describes as a “full screen phone,” the DROID RAZR HD, dubbed the “nonstop all-day entertainer,” and the DROID RAZR MAXX HD, which boasts a “live-forever” battery that provides up to 32 hours of power. Motorola claims this makes the MAXX HD the longest lasting LTE smartphone on the market.  Read More

A German court has ruled in favor of Motorola in its lawsuit against Apple related to GPRS...

Last Friday, a German court found Apple in violation of a Motorola Mobility patent, ruling that Apple’s iPhone and 3G model iPads infringe on cellular communications patents owned by Motorola Mobility that relate to General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) data packet transfer technology. Although the court in Manheim, Germany granted Motorola’s requests for damages and an injunction banning the importation of iPhones and 3G iPads into Germany, because the ruling relates to the importation of new device shipments, Apple has said it already has sufficient existing inventory to ensure German shoppers will be able to purchase said devices in the all-important lead up to Christmas.  Read More

Motorola MOTOACTV - supports Bluetooth® 4.0 and ANT  wireless connectivity

Motorola Mobility has launched MOTOACTV, the company's first music and fitness device. Designed to help you reach your fitness goals by tracking, syncing and recording your workout data and customizing your music, the Blutetooth-enabled MOTOACTV logs time, distance traveled and calories burned and has an inbuilt heart rate monitor, accelerometer and a GPS which records a map of your routes.  Read More

Motorola is bringing back the RAZR, as an incredibly thin smartphone

The Motorola RAZR is back, only this time it's a smartphone – and a very slim one, at that. Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless unveiled the new 7.1 mm-thick DROID RAZR yesterday, with the promise that it should be in stores early next month. Not only is the device said to be the skinniest smartphone in existence, but it is reportedly also the first to be able to stream video from Netflix at HD resolution.  Read More

The Motorola Droid Bionic smartphone will be available to consumers starting tomorrow

First unveiled this January at CES, Motorola’s flagship Droid Bionic smartphone will finally be available to consumers as of tomorrow. Featuring a dual-core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and a 4.3-inch qHD display, the Android phone utilizes Verizon's new LTE 4G network, which is claimed to be the fastest in the U.S. Its other specs aren’t too shabby, either.  Read More

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