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Archive for August, 2011

Scott Tilley: Computer companies take over cell phones

Scott Tilley: Computer companies take over cell phones News from Florida Today: You Might Be Interested In Scott Tilley is a Professor of software engineering in the Department of Computer Sciences at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. Send him tech questions at technologytoday@srtilley.com You can follow his column on Twitter @TechTodayColumn • Read [...]

5 Motorola Android Phones which can Turn Google’s Fortune

5 Motorola Android Phones which can Turn Google’s Fortune News from International Business Times: Along with a portfolio of 17,000 patents, Google also stands to acquire a profile of super Android devices from its $ 12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Google has acquired a company which has the pedigree to manufacture cutting-edge devices. Motorola [...]

Nokia’s Elop: Google’s Motorola Deal Justifies Windows Phone Decision

Nokia’s Elop: Google’s Motorola Deal Justifies Windows Phone Decision News from eWeek: Google rivals continue to voice their reservations about the search-engine giant’s $ 12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility. “If I happened to be someone who was an Android manufacturer or an operator, or anyone with a stake in that environment,” Nokia CEO Stephen [...]

Google-Motorola Deal Pushes Asian Phone Makers from Android

Google-Motorola Deal Pushes Asian Phone Makers from Android News from Mobiledia: By Kat Asharya | Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:25 pm Phone makers such as HTC, LG and Samsung have staked a claim in the mobile market on the basis that they sell phones running Google’s open-source Android platform. The result is a group of [...]

Nokia says Google-Motorola deal may help Windows Phone

Nokia says Google-Motorola deal may help Windows Phone News from GigaOm: This further reinforces our belief that opportunities for the growth of Nokia’s smartphone business will be greatest with Windows Phone. This could prove to be a massive catalyst for the Windows Phone ecosystem. Additionally, with our respective intellectual property portfolios, Nokia and Microsoft are [...]

Google and Motorola: It’s the Phones, Stupid

Google and Motorola: It’s the Phones, Stupid News from Xconomy: Wade Roush 8/15/11 At Google Ventures’ summer barbeque in the Googleplex parking lot a couple of weeks ago, I was talking with an engineer from the Android team. I confessed to him that I’m an iPhone/iPad user. But I also said that because I write [...]

Technology: These prepaid phones set a standard

Technology: These prepaid phones set a standard News from Indianapolis Star: … Read the full article . Related News: . . Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone with Camera and Video Player–U.S. Version with Warranty (Silver)The Moto Razr V3 is expertly crafted to deliver exceptional performance. Inside the ultra-thin design are advanced features like M…

Motorola CEO ‘Open’ to Windows Phone Relationship

Motorola CEO ‘Open’ to Windows Phone Relationship News from PC Magazine: August 10, 2011 10:09am EST Despite being the focus of much analyst and consumer angst lately, there is one thing Nokia has that Motorola’s CEO may want in the future: an intimate relationship with Microsoft Windows Phone. During an appearance at Tuesday’s Oppenheimer Technology [...]

Motorola Willing to Consider Windows Phone: Report

Motorola Willing to Consider Windows Phone: Report News from eWeek: Motorola is apparently willing to consider the merits of Microsoft’s Windows Phone, despite the well-publicized patent issues between the two companies. “I would have to consider whether defocusing from Android to Windows will be the right thing for us to do,” Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha [...]

Windows Phone 7 Challenge: Week 1

Windows Phone 7 Challenge: Week 1 News from CNET: Everything was fine in Android-land until the Gingerbread update. Well, then again, “fine” might be a little strong. I’d been through an original Motorola Droid, which was a nice little keyboard wrapped in a seriously slow-performing phone with a terrible camera and no end of software [...]