Motorola is continuing its marketing push of the Droid with these fun videos of the Droid being used to perform unreal shortcuts. No, it’s not April 1st any more, but yes, these are ‘artistic creations’. Here’s one: You can see all 7 on YouTube.
Well the iPhone honeymoon at AT&T may be over, what with Android handsets coming to the network. The first one is here, the Motorola Backflip and like its name, it has a hinged design that lets the keyboard float below the screen or even to rotate all the way around. Here are the big points:… Continue reading Motorola Backflip, Android phone comes to AT&T
AT&T announced that it plans to launch 5 new Android smartphones in the 1st half of this year (2010) [press release]. The phones will be from HTC, Motorola and Dell. Yes, Dell. What does this say about AT&T relationship with Apple and its iPhone? Perhaps nothing, but perhaps that the honeymoon is over and Apple… Continue reading CES 2010: AT&T Launching 5 Android Smartphones in 1st Half of 2010
You gotta love competition. In response to the Verizon/Motorola ads dismissing the iPhone for the things it can’t do, Apple has responded with some ads of its own. Here is one of them, and below is one of the Droid commercials.
Motorola’s first Android handset, the CLIQ, makes its first appearance on the T-Mobile network. The CLIQ is a slide-out keyboard handset with a 320×480 3.1″ HVGA screen that operates on WCDMA and GSM networks. Other notable features include the accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, a microSD card slot, touch screen, 802.11b/g WiFi, 6 hour… Continue reading Motorola 1st Android handset, the CLIQ, appears on T-Mobile