The Motorola you know today will be the same Motorola even though it's now owned by Google...well, more or less.
The latest version of Google's operating system is reportedly going to play nice with Motorola's "WebTop" platform.
Apple's won a patent ruling against Motorola relating to the 'slide-to-unlock' smartphone feature.
If you're holding on to a Motorola phone and you want to be able to experience all that Android 4.0 has to offer, you better take a seat.
Intel-powered smartphones have yet to officially hit the the streets, but pictures of one allegedly leaked x86-based Motorola device look pretty sweet to us indeed.
The European Commission and US Department of Justice have cleared Google's purchase of Motorola.
If you want the latest entry in what has become a powerful brand partnership between Motorola and Verizon, it's available now.
If the reintroduction of Motorola's powerful Razr brand just didn't cut it for you, Verizon is launching a bigger and better version on Thursday.
For those who thought $300 was too much to pay for the new Droid Razr, here's some good news.
Intel's issued its first serious challenge to ARM with the announcement that its chips are to feature in smartphones from Motorola and Lenovo.
A new survey shows that consumers are starting to rally around Samsung when it comes to thinking about their next smartphone.
The curtain has officially been lifted on the successor to Motorola's Android-powered Xoom tablet - the Droid Xyboard.
Apparently Motorola doesn't think the "Xoom" name has gained a lot of strength over the last several months.
Motorola has unveiled the successor to its widely publicized but not-so-widely purchased Xoom Android tablet.
Although it seemed like a certainty, after buying out Motorola Mobility, Google now says it won't actively go into the hardware business.
Motorola has debuted its long-awaited Droid Razr smartphone.
The phone that will revive what used to be one of the coolest, hipped smartphone brands is expected to be unveiled later today.
The Motorola Atrix, which you may know as the star of those annoying TSA "is it a computer or a phone?" commercials, is getting a sequel.
If you've been waiting months and months for the 4G upgrade you were promised when you bought your Xoom, the wait is finally over.
A couple of leaked photos of a purportedly new Motorola tablet have tipped up for all you mobile voyeurs.