After Google acquired Motorola in summer of 2011, many expected the company to start pumping out amazing smartphones and tablets. This hasn't happened yet, but it might start soon.
Apple's iPhones are roughly three times more reliable than Samsung's line of Galaxy phones, five times more reliable than Nokia Lumia phones, and 25 times more reliable than Motorola phones, according to a recent study by product support website FixYa.
Despite its running title of "best smartphone in the market" for the past five years, Apple's iPhone seems to be losing traction among critics, as Consumer Reports has rated the company's iPhone 5 as the worst of the top smartphones.
In one of the most competitive fields in technology, Motorola is barely making an effort. Google, its parent company, seems to be letting it whither and die.
Motorola is set to give their users a happy Christmas, as the company is starting to release the Android 4.1 update for the Motorola Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX on Christmas Eve. The update is currently available - find out more here.
AT&T has announced that an update for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is now available for the Motorola Atrix HD, bringing users several improvements, including Google Now, a Siri-like feature for Android devices.
The results are in! Here are our top five smartphones for December 2012.
Today might be the biggest day ever for online shopping. To lure in customers, telecoms and retailers are offering big sales on smartphones. UPDATED
Wirefly will offer over 50 phones for under $1 in its Black Friday promotion. The online retailer will offer a number of key brands in the sale including Nokia, Samsung, and Motorola. The sale begins Thanksgiving morning and will run until Cyber Monday.
Motorola Mobility has finally revealed details of the Trade Up Program it promised back in September, giving owners of select smartphones $100 credit towards a new device as a consolation for not receiving any further Android updates.
Google's operating system for smartphones is the most popular available by a wide margin, and there are a great many to choose from. This list can help narrow your decision down.
U.S. Cellular is staying true to its word of expanding its range of devices that can connect to its high-speed cellular service, announcing today that the 4G LTE-enabled Motorola Electrify M will be landing on its network in a week's time.
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