It seems as if Google's Android represents a surefire recipe for success in the crowded mobile marketplace.
After much speculation, Motorola has confirmed that the Droid 2 Global is real, and has posted official technical specs on its website. Although, it appears Motorola didn't want that to happen.
Motorola - once a stalwart Apple ally - is now accusing the Cupertino-based company of unlawfully infringing a number of its patents.
In what can only be seen as a very real and direct threat to dethroning Blackberry as the top dog in providing enterprise mobile services, Motorola has introduced a new phone targeted specifically at business customers.
Even though Microsoft has slapped Motorola with a huge lawsuit over patent disputes with the Droid, Motorola's co-CEO is saying the company still plans to support Microsoft's fledgling mobile business when Windows Phone 7 launches later this year.
Microsoft has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Motorola, accusing it of using its technology in Android phones.
It seems as if Microsoft's overpaid patent troll team just can't wait to get its greedy hands on a lucrative piece of Droid pie.
You can drop this tricked-out smartphone onto a hard slab of concrete and submerge it in a cup of water. Is Motorola's Android-powered Defy virtually indestructible?
W00t! Star Wars fans, the wait is almost! So put away those green light-sabers, stop watching those dancing Cantina girls and tell the prissy C-3PO to quiet down.
The new version of the Droid 2, which will be able to make calls to and from places outside North America, is real, and these pictures prove it.
Their Droid, Droid 2, and Droid Incredible brethren have been enjoying the latest Android operating system for weeks now, and finally Droid X users can download the 2.2 upgrade as Motorola just barely makes its promise of a summer rollout.
Verizon originally promised that Droid X customers would be getting their upgrade to Android 2.2 this summer. Well, summer ends during the day tomorrow and it appears they might just barely meet that deadline.
Just one month after the Droid 2 was released, there are reports that Verizon will axe the unit and replace it with a new model that can make calls to countries outside the US.
The manufacturer of the runaway top-selling Android phone in the US is working on a tablet device and wants it to be the only true competitor to the iPad.
Motorola's ability to tap into mobile users' social networking content will be getting a new facelift as a result of the company's latest acquisition.
Skyhook is suing Google, claiming it's infringed patents and interfered with contracts it signed with Motorola and another company believed to be Samsung.
So the special R2-D2 edition of the Droid 2 is basically just a Droid 2 with a custom paint job. But there is also a sprinkling of Star Wars goodies built into the software too, and here's a look at some of them.
This weekend, Motorola kicked off a well-choreographed PR campaign designed to kick Apple where it hurts: in the Adobe Flash zone.
W00t! Steven Bird has debuted the first custom ROM for Motorola's locked-down and bolted Droid X smartphone.
As one of the most feature-rich and largest-screen Android devices on the market, the Droid X actually manages to handle its battery better than any other phone with Google's mobile operating system.