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Motorola unveils Project Ara, customizable smartphone effort

An example of an undertaking Are custom-made handset. Motorola has introduced a brand new initiative to help smartphone users take handset customization beyond ringtones and wallpaper to its very kind and function. The Google-owned handset firm on Monday announced venture Are, a free, open hardware platform for growing extremely modular smartphones. An endoskeleton, or structural body, holds the smartphone modules …

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Motorola X Phone may sport a 1.7 Ghz quad-core processor

Motorola X Phone Lots of rumours around Motorola’s mysterious X Phone have been flying around in recent times. The latest piece of information we have, courtesy of Droid Life, gives us what seems to be more concrete information on the handset. The information was revealed through an FCC report. Apparently, the model number of the handset will be XT1058 and …

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Yet another Motorola X phone benchmark score surfaces

Motorola X phone benchmark With Google I/O less than a week away, we are hoping there will be some Motorola X phone-related announcements at the event. However, even if there’s no mention of the smartphone at the event, there’s too much evidence on offer for the existence of such a phone. The first handset to truly come from the union …

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Motorola’s $271M Q1 loss drags on Google’s results

Motorola’s $271M Q1 The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx Google’s Motorola business continues to struggle in the competitive mobile market, posting a loss of $271 million in the first quarter and hurting results at its parent company. Excluding items, Motorola lost $179 million. In the year-ago period, Motorola’s last report as an independent company, the mobile-devices and TV set-top box manufacturer …

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ITC to review Apple victory in Motorola patent case

ITC to review Apple victory The U.S. International Trade Commission will review an administrative law judge’s decision invalidating certain Motorola Mobility patents, which cleared Apple of infringement claims. The ITC, a federal agency with the power to enforce bans on products shipping to the U.S., posted a notice (PDF) to its Web site today indicating it will take a second …

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