I was just wondering if it would be possible to take Motorola's X voice features and put them in HTC one? I know it's Motorola software, but that would be great if anyone can do that.. thanks
on 08/04/2013 – Made popular on 08/04/2013
Motorola continues to capitalize on the power of Google Play as a distribution channel for apps with the recent addition of the Motorola Contextual Services app. The app itself is not something users will interact with or use directly as it runs in the background providing support and functionality to other Motorola features like drive, meeting and sleep detection.
Today Motorola announced that the budget friendly Motorola MOTOLUXE will be heading to Canada in Q2 of this year. As a friendly reminder, the Motorola MOTOLUXE is currently a Gingerbread powered device (ICS update under evaluation) and features a 4-inch touchscreen with a 480 x 854 resolution, an 800 mhz processor, 512mb of RAM, and an 8MP camera.
“With its stylish design and media features, MOTO
Motorola is continuing their trend of moving apps to the Play Store for quicker updates. They already moved the Motorola Camera as well as Touchless Control, and they just added Motorola Connect and Motorola Assist. Motorola Connect syncs your phone to Chrome so that you can read and reply to texts as well as see who is calling you on your desktop.
Last week, after the purchase of Motorola was announced, Lenovo’s CEO spoke about the acquisition. He explained that he approached Google’s Eric Schmidt in 2012 after missing out on Motorola in 2011 (when Google bought the company). Today, we have learned why Lenovo failed to buy Motorola in 2011.
It was because they were talking to the wrong Motorola.
Motorola has begun sending invites for their software “soak test” for the Verizon DROID MAXX, ULTRA, and Mini. All Motorola has to say about it is that members of the Motorola Feedback Network will have a chance to preview a “new software release.” Despite the fact that Motorola could not be more vague, this could very well mean that KitKat is on its way to those devices.
And just like that, Motorola devices are no longer listed for sale in Germany. Despite Motorola not being found to infringe on some Microsoft patents, Motorola has all but begun its exodus out of the German markets. As of this time, no Android smartphones or tablets are listed on Motorola’s website.
Motorola Mobility announced an enhanced version of its QWERTY-enabled Motorola Pro phone destined for Europe and Asia. The Motorola Pro+ moves up to Android 2.3, is considerably lighter, and offers improved 640 x 480 resolution and Corning Gorilla glass for its 3.1-inch screen, but carries over a 1GHz processor, a five-megapixel camera, and business-oriented features....