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Motorola CLIQ Android smartphone announced

Motorola CLIQ Android smartphone announced

As promised, Motorola have announced their first Android device, the MOTOCLIQ, at the Mobilize conference in San Francisco today.  The Motorola CLIQ will be an exclusive for T-Mobile in the USA and go on sale before the holidays; it has a 3.1-inch HVGA 320 x 480 touchscreen, 3G, WiFi and a flip-out QWERTY keyboard.  Meanwhile the new MOTOBLUR system syncs contacts, messages, feeds, photos and more from Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo!, Gmail, corporate email Last.fm and more, putting all of the new information on the smartphone's homescreen.

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Motorola QUENCH/CLIQ XT hands-on [Video]

Motorola QUENCH/CLIQ XT hands-on [Video]

Motorola weren't first out of the gate with Android, but they haven't let that stop them.  The company are now up to their eight handset running the open-source OS, with availability spread across North America, Europe and Asia, and next in line is the Motorola QUENCH with MOTOBLUR.  Set to hit T-Mobile USA as the Motorola CLIQ XT, we grabbed some hands-on time at MWC 2010 this week.

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Motorola QUENCH/CLIQ XT with MOTOBLUR lands at MWC

Motorola QUENCH/CLIQ XT with MOTOBLUR lands at MWC

Motorola has become a very prolific maker of Android phones, which is a good thing considering before Android the company was making some very boring handsets and hadn’t had a popular device since the Razr years ago. The company now has some of the hottest Android devices around like the DROID and others.

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Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

SlashGear is at Motorola's press conference at CES 2010 today, and the company has just announced the Motorola Backflip.  While they're not mentioning carrier partnerships today, it's worth noting that the Backflip image shown now is the same as AT&T showed earlier today.  Meanwhile Moto also confirmed that the CLIQ (aka the Motorola DEXT) will be upgraded from Android 1.5 to 2.1, and that Adobe Flash 10.1 will be pushed out to the DROID in future releases.

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Motorola Android device import ban takes effect today

Motorola Android device import ban takes effect today

Microsoft scored a win against Motorola back in May, with the ITC ruling that the smartphone manufacturer had violated an ActiveSync patent on its handsets. The ban is scheduled to come into effect starting from today, but Motorola has said that it has a plan that will allow its products to remain available to customers. The company issued a statement regarding the imminent ban, saying only that it had taken “proactive measures” to ensure its devices remain available.

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Fujifilm sues Motorola over mobile phone photo patents

Fujifilm sues Motorola over mobile phone photo patents

Japanese camera company Fujifilm has filed a patent infringement suit against Motorola. The suit alleges that Motorola is infringing on four different patents associated with camera technology in mobile phones. Fujifilm claims it notified Motorola in 2011 that it believed Motorola products were infringing on four of its patents. Fujifilm says that it and Motorola held a number of face-to-face meetings over the matter and apparently; those meetings didn't go well.

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Microsoft wins Motorola Android US import ban

Microsoft wins Motorola Android US import ban

Microsoft has won an ITC ruling that will force Motorola to either modify the software on its Android phones, or face imports of handsets into the US being blocked. The victory, which saw Microsoft argue that Motorola had failed to properly license an ActiveSync related patent in its handsets, could still be struck down by President Obama within his review period, but if not will come into force in sixty days. Microsoft is hoping to pressure Motorola into joining the group of Android licensees which pay them patent royalties for devices based on Google's open-source platform.

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Motorola i1 Hands-On Video, Mike Rowe Tells Us What we Want

Motorola i1 Hands-On Video, Mike Rowe Tells Us What we Want

Motorola just announced the i1, the world's first Push-to-Talk Android-based handset, and sure enough they were on scene at CTIA tonight, showing it off. We managed to wrangle up some video time with the handset, and talk about the device's finer points. We already know the meat and potatoes of the handset: PTT on Nextel Direct Connect, utilizing Sprint's Network for the rest of the story. It's got a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, and it's running the same look and feel of MOTORBLUR, but it's lacking MOTOBLUR. It doesn't have the deep social integration and it's not linked up with the Blur servers, so there won't be any of those updates you've come to expect on devices like the Backflip or CLIQ.

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