Motorola 2008 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Motorola Articles for 2008

iPhone vs. Android: a Study in Contrasts

Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]

Internet Explorer Mobile 6 with Flash, Faster Rendering Debuting Soon

A new, significantly enhanced, version of Microsoft's web browser for smartphones should be available for some models before the end of this year.

Motorola Q9h Gets Windows Mobile 6.1 Update

Motorola has finally made official the Windows Mobile 6.1 update for the AT&T version of its Q9h smartphone.

Will the Recession Affect Smartphone Sales? Yes

In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief gives his predictions on how the smartphone market will fare during the current economic downturn in the United States.

Leaked Image Shows Motorola ”Atila” Touchscreen Phone

For the second time in recent days, a leaked photo has revealed an upcoming Windows Mobile phone by Motorola. Described as the "Atila," the newest device appears positioned as an[...]

Consumer Reports Makes Smartphone Recommendations

Consumer Reports has published a list of its recommended smartphones. This will likely please some, but leave many others scratching their heads.

Verizon Launching HTC Touch as the XV6900, Adds Motorola Q9c

A model of the extremely popular HTC Touch smartphone will soon be available on Verizon's network under the XV6900 name, along with a second version of the Motorola Q9.

Motorola Q9c, BlackBerry Curve May Be Coming to Verizon Next Week

At the CTIA tradeshow last month, Verizon promised to add three smartphones to its roster, and so far it has introduced only one of these. However, unconfirmed reports say this[...]

Motorola ROKR E8 Preview

Motorola has taken the wraps off a new Linux-based phone with a focus on music, the ROKR E8. This model was on display at the Mobile World Congress this week,[...]

Motorola Going to Focus on Android

Motorola's future flagship phones will run Android. Going forward, Google's new operating system will be one of just three supported by this company.

Verizon Launches Motorola Q9c

Verizon Wireless has introduced its second smartphone of the week. The Motorola Q9c is a more business-oriented version of a Windows Mobile device this telecom introduced last year.

Motorola Executive Outs Windows Mobile 6.5

Sanjay Jha, the head of Motorola's mobile device division, has revealed for the first time the existence of a previously unknown upcoming version of Windows Mobile.

The Five Biggest News Stories of CTIA

The CTIA tradeshow was this week, and it was chock full of announcements, some big but many of them small. In an attempt to make sure that the important news[...]

Symbian, S60, and UIQ Undergoing Massive Changes

The Symbian operating system and the two most popular user interfaces for it, S60 and UIQ, have always been owned and developed by separate companies, but this will soon change.[...]

Verizon Launches Less Expensive Unlimited Data Plan

Verizon Wireless has just begun offering a data plan aimed at attracting more consumers to its Windows Mobile smartphones.

Motorola Unveils MC75 Rugged Enterprise Smartphone

Motorola has taken the wraps off the MC75, a smartphone developed for mobile enterprises. It will offer simultaneous voice, data, GPS navigation, and camera-based document capture.

Smartphones Selling Well in the U.S.

Although the overall U.S. market for mobile phones declined in the first quarter of this year, sales of smartphones increased.

A First Glimpse of the Motorola Alexander

Motorola is reportedly working on a new Windows Mobile smartphone with a strong emphasis on multimedia.

Motorola Leads the World in Windows Mobile Standard Smartphones

Bolstered by the success of its Q series, Motorola now has a slight slight lead in the world market for Windows Mobile smartphones without touchscreens. However, HTC dominates the global[...]

Windows Mobile Shipments Up Over 80%

Microsoft has just announced that the number of copies of Windows Mobile sold in the last twelve months has grown considerably, year over year.