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Motorola Backflip hands-on

Motorola Backflip hands-on

We hardly waited until Motorola had finished announcing their third Android smartphone, the Motorola Backflip, before heading up to have a play with the handset ourselves, and we have to say we're in two minds about it.  Motorola's concept is certainly interesting: the nature of the hinge means you can use it as a desk clock and widget station without, say, the dock the DROID demands, but there have been payoffs in the keyboard hardware that we're note sure are worth it.

Video demo after the cut

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Motorola Motus spotted; unusual form-factor vaunted

Motorola Motus spotted; unusual form-factor vaunted

Perhaps we're naive, but we'd have thought that the sort of people who get early access to unannounced mobile phones would also have a decent camera, but perhaps it's the thrill of the unknown that causes heavy hand shake.  No matter, you're looking at a blurry image of the Motorola Motus, the company's mid-rage Android smartphone expected to arrive in 2010, that showed up at the Motofan.ru forums.

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Motorola Droid Review

Motorola Droid Review

If you can predict a device's success by site stats then we'd say the Verizon DROID by Motorola is going to be a hit. A week after launch and the DROID is still topping the charts for reader interest, and you've been peppering us with questions and comments about the Android 2.0 device. Set to hit shelves this coming Friday, the Verizon DROID is already being heralded as the device that will change Motorola's fortunes; is that hyperbole, or is the DROID really that good? We've been putting the smartphone through its paces, so read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Motorola surprise with Q3 financial report

Motorola surprise with Q3 financial report

We've been waiting for Motorola's Android range to go on sale to turn around the company's ailing fortunes, but it turns out just the promise of Android models seems to have done the trick.  The company have announced their Q3 2009 financial figures, and they've surprised investors and analysts alike with news of net income amounting to $12m; that might not sound like much, but it's a significant turnaround compared to the $397m loss in the same period twelve months ago.

Motorola scale back LiMo Foundation involvement to focus on Android

Motorola scale back LiMo Foundation involvement to focus on Android

We doubt we're the only people who forgot that Motorola had thrown their oar in with the LiMo Foundation, but happily we'll unlikely to need that knowledge again since the company is seemingly dropping its support for the open-source mobile platform.  Motorola VP Christy Wyatt has vacated her seat on the LiMo Foundation board, while the company itself has downgraded its membership from "founding member" to "associate member".

"At this time it feels that the Android platform gives it a richer, more consistent foundation with strong support for the ecosystem and developer community" Motorola statement

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Motorola DEXT hits Orange UK from October 7th

Motorola DEXT hits Orange UK from October 7th

Motorola have confirmed that their first Android smartphone, the Motorola DEXT, will arrive in the UK come Wednesday October 7th.  Stealing a leap on its US cousin, the Motorola CLIQ, the DEXT will be available exclusively to carrier Orange, and be priced at free to anybody willing to sign two years of their life away to a £34.26 ($55) per month contract.

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