Popular Motorola Articles for 2005
Rumors have been rampant about a Motorola Smartphone in the RAZR form factor designed to take on the Treo 650 and BlackBerry devices head on. Well it's official now, the[...]
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief recently had an opportunity to spend a bit of time with a highly-anticipated smartphone, the Motorola Q.
Motorola's CEO says that his company is working on a super-slim version of the MPx cellular-wireless Pocket PC.
A PowerPoint presentation that describes a series of upcoming Motorola smartphones very similar to the RAZR has been found on a Microsoft web site.
The Motorola Q is a Windows Mobile device clearly intended to take sales away from the Treo and BlackBerry.
While the names aren't very interesting and far too similar, this new set of Smartphones from Nokia still manages to stand out, largely because of their design. The Nokia E61[...]
Motorola has taken the wraps off the A1010, an upcoming UIQ handheld with support for high-speed cellular-wireless networks and a 2.0 megapixel camera.
Motorola has scrapped as many Smartphone designs as they've released, but if the Franklin comes through, it could be the biggest, or thinnest, of them all. A PowerPoint presentation is[...]
We attended a press event that is usually filled with PDAs and Smartphones, this time around though it was much more quiet. That doesn't mean there was nothing to see[...]
The CEO of Motorola today said that it isn't a question of if, but when Apple will release its first smartphone.
A report coming out of Asia says that Motorola has canceled all production of the MPx, what would have been a very innovative cellular-wireless Pocket PC.
At the CTIA show this week, Smartphones and software geared toward these devices took center stage. The Sprint PPC-6700, Motorola Q, Motorola i930, Palm Treo 700w, HTC Universal, Samsung i300,[...]
Treo 650 WiFi card drivers discovered in ROM Accessories from JAVOedge, Brando, others Motorola prepping Razr/MPx hybrid
Motorola has decided to stop having its Windows Mobile cellular-wireless devices manufactured in Taiwan.
Cingular Wireless is now offering the Motorola ROKR E1, the world's first mobile phone with iTunes. However, many are unhappy that this device can only hold about 100 songs.
Motorola and Skype will work together to enable delivery of the Skype Internet telephony service on some Motorola mobile phones.
Google proposes city-wide WiFi in San Francisco Photo tour of Qtek smartphones Rumor: Prototype Symbian-powered Treo Torq P100W to feature WiFi, Windows Mobile[...]
Motorola has reportedly killed off the MPx smartphone which sadly was more flash than substance. A Windows Mobile device with 32MB RAM is a joke really and while the dual[...]
An FCC document makes it clear that Verizon will be the first wireless carrier to offer Motorola's upcoming smartphone.
Sprint has announced plans to offer the Motorola i930, the first Windows Mobile smartphone that is compatible with its iDEN network.