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REVIEW: Motorola's New Atrix Android Phone For AT&T (T, GOOG)

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In the last year and a half, Motorola has released three different models of the Atrix phone on AT&T.  The third, the recently-launched Atrix HD, costs $99.99 with a two-year contract from AT&T. It also connects to the carrier's fast 4G LTE network (where available) and sports a crisper screen...
REVIEW: Motorola's New Atrix Android Phone For AT&T (T, GOOG)
Motorola's Atrix HD: A high-end phone with a low-end price tag (review)

Coming Soon: Phones That Learn to Rest When You Do

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Even though many of us feel as though we are on our phones 24 hours a day, the fact is we aren’t. Yet, in many cases, our phones keep working even when they’re sitting in a pocket, stuffed in a bag or resting on a table. With battery life increasingly...
Coming Soon: Phones That Learn to Rest When You Do
Samsung Galaxy S III to get Galaxy Note II features like split-screen apps in new 'Premium Suite' update [video]

Martin Cooper Placed The First Cellphone Call 40 Years Ago Today

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On April 3rd, 1973 a division manager from Motorola was walking down the street in New York City. In his hand was a device. It weighed 2.5 pounds and vaguely resembled a phone. The division manager then put the device to his ear and made a call.  The manager...
Martin Cooper Placed The First Cellphone Call 40 Years Ago Today

Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx Android 4.0 update incoming: roll-out starts June 22

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Looking likely to sneak through in time for Motorola's Q2 deadline, Verizon has published support documents covering an Ice Cream Sandwich update for both the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR Maxx. This preamble is typically followed by an update just days later and features the same build number that...
Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx Android 4.0 update incoming: roll-out starts June 22

Motorola RAZR V goes on sale at Bell, gives Canadians a thin slice of Ice Cream Sandwich

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Bell's version of the Motorola RAZR V might not be the media darling that is the Atrix HD, but that shouldn't dampen the interest for Canadians that can at last buy what's potentially a slick deal for an Android 4.0 phone. For $30 on a 3-year contract, or $400...
Motorola RAZR V goes on sale at Bell, gives Canadians a thin slice of Ice Cream Sandwich

Why the iPhone is worse than a BlackBerry

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I love my iPhone. In fact, I’ve loved every iPhone Apple has launched since the first model was unveiled in 2007. Slowly but surely, Apple has introduced new features and eliminated upon almost every major gripe people had with iOS to push the limits of what we expect from...
Why the iPhone is worse than a BlackBerry

Motorola's Opportunity: Droid Razr M vs. iPhone 5

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Apple is expected to announce the newest iteration of the iPhone on Wednesday. It will likely - and finally - have a bigger screen along with 4G LTE, better central and graphics processors, and Apple's vaunted Retina display. The problem for Apple? Manufacturers like Motorola are beating it to the...
Motorola's Opportunity: Droid Razr M vs. iPhone 5

Motorola outs AT&T's $99 Atrix HD with LTE support

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AT&T will exclusively offer the Motorola Atrix HD when the Android 4.0 smartphone launches on July 15. The LTE handset will cost $99 with a new two-year contract and will fall back to AT&T’s HSPA+ network in areas without LTE coverage. Motorola touts the Atrix HD as slimmer, smarter and...
Motorola outs AT&T's $99 Atrix HD with LTE support

7 new features Galaxy S III smartphones can look forward to

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Last week, Samsung provided some details of an upcoming software upgrade for its Galaxy S III smartphone. On Monday, the company told the rest of the story, sharing information on seven additional features that will be part of the Premium Suite software bundle. Although the Galaxy S III is a...
7 new features Galaxy S III smartphones can look forward to

Motorola Droid RAZR M HD rumored to get larger 4.5-inch 720p display, bigger battery

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Motorola’s DROID RAZR M is arguably one of the best Android smartphones with a display under 4.5-inches. Its edge-to-edge screen might not be as sharp as the 720p and 1080p resolution displays other smartphones tout, but its combination of its superior battery life coupled with Smart Actions optimization clearly give it an...
Motorola Droid RAZR M HD rumored to get larger 4.5-inch 720p display, bigger battery

Hands-on with T-Mobile's HD Voice, Tap Tag app for NFC-ready Android phones

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T-Mobile had more than just big updates at its CES event; it gave us opportunities to try both its newly national HD Voice service and a seemingly unknown carrier-specific NFC app, Tap Tag. The currently Android-only software is best described as a crossover between somewhat simpler existing NFC tag...
Hands-on with T-Mobile's HD Voice, Tap Tag app for NFC-ready Android phones
New Motorola phone goes all-screen, ditches bezels

Samsung Galaxy Note II for AT&T hands-on: an S-Pen phablet with 4G LTE

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AT&T's still keeping us in the dark about a hard date for the Galaxy Note II's release, but at least we know it's real and on the way. Confirmed to ship sometime this holiday season, this variant of Samsung's phablet refresh sports a 5.5-inch 1,280 x 720 HD Super...
Samsung Galaxy Note II for AT&T hands-on: an S-Pen phablet with 4G LTE

Google patents location-based mobile alerts that know where you're going to

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To date, the term smartphone's mostly been a misnomer for larger screen, albeit still dumb, handsets imbued with rich web browsing experiences. With the exception of the Galaxy S III's SmartStay feature and the Droid RAZR, not many other high-end devices can lay claim to "intelligent," user-adaptive behavior. Which...
Google patents location-based mobile alerts that know where you're going to
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