Motorola ATRIX 4G

The Daily Slash: February 9, 2011

The Daily Slash: February 9, 2011

Today was HP / Palm / webOS day, believe it or not, as the special event we were very much live at revealed a triad of amazing devices crowned with a brand new version of the mobile OS. See webOS inside our hands on of the HP Veer, the HP Pre3, and the HP Touchpad. Then hear about webOS PCs, printers & more as they're promised by HP. See the greatest webOS feature EVER in Touch to Share. See Ben Bajarin's take on the whole situation in an On Time Analysis by the name of Palm Made HP Relevant Again Plus check out all the releases in the featured list below! Then see a couple of fights - first HP webOS TouchPad VS Motorola XOOM, then Apple iPad vs HP TouchPad - great war Next have a look at a phone that's got the whole world thinking about plugging in, it's a fabulous unboxing and hands on of the Motorola ATRIX 4G by your friend Vincent Nguyen! Take a peek at the bouncing balls of the brand new Android 3.0 Honeycomb Renderscript. All of this, ALL of it here on The Daily Slash!

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Motorola Atrix 4G Pre-Orders Begin Feb 13

Motorola Atrix 4G Pre-Orders Begin Feb 13

We now have word that pre-orders for the much anticipated Motorola Atrix 4G will start just 10 days from now. A press release was just issued that confirmed that the Atrix 4G will be available for preorders starting February 13 but that the phone wont actually be available at AT&T and “select retail channels” until March 6th ---or possibly earlier.

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AT&T Motorola ATRIX 4G due March 6: $200 alone or $500 with Laptop Dock

AT&T Motorola ATRIX 4G due March 6: $200 alone or $500 with Laptop Dock

AT&T plans to begin taking pre-orders for the Motorola ATRIX 4G from February 13, with deliveries and general sales of the sizeable Android smartphone expected on March 6. That's according to the WSJ, which claims to have been told the dates from the carrier itself. As for pricing the ATRIX 4G will be $199.99 with a new two-year agreement; just make sure you have deep pockets if you also want the clever laptop dock.

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The Daily Slash: January 28 2011

The Daily Slash: January 28 2011

Welcome to the future of the smartdevice - no, it's not Android 3.0 Honeycomb, we're getting to that later - it's Horizontal Symmetry. Grab a review or two from Chris Davies: the ZyXEL MWR211 Mobile Router and the AT&T MiFi 2372. A hacked NOOKcolor receives Android 3.0 Honeycomb on the same day we recieve official invites from Google to attend an Android Honeycomb Event - things are getting pretty sweet around Android Community. Take a peek at our LG Optimus 2X Full Walkthrough and Hands On. Discover the ease in downloading the hardware update released today for the Samsung Continuum on Verizon. See the first Motorola released Atrix 4G commercial - very lovely music and everything. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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The Daily Slash: January 27 2011

The Daily Slash: January 27 2011

Begin your journey today in a Don Reisinger column that even I agree with: More Action And Fewer Cutscenes In Video Games, Please. Then behold, as it's the day of the NGP: 3G and WiFi-only, trailer revealed [Video], 82-strong NGP studio support list, Sony PlayStation Suite & PS Store for Android gaming, and XPERIA Play vs Sony NGP (PSP 2) ULTIMATE SMACKDOWN! PLUS a bonus peek at the Play, and another battle between Samsung Galaxy S 2 vs Galaxy Tab 2! And a bonus tidbit of possible bad news along the lines of Notion Ink Customer Service - no stalls!

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Motorola ATRIX 4G & DROID Bionic overheating in testing? [Updated]

Motorola ATRIX 4G & DROID Bionic overheating in testing? [Updated]

Concerns regarding the Motorola DROID Bionic and ATRIX 4G and their power management systems have leaked this week, with sources close to those testing the Android smartphones claiming that issues with Motorola's choice of power management unit (PMU) have led to overheating, RF interference and other problems. Established HowardForums source kbman first reported that the Bionic was prone to "severe overheating even while at idle" and later clarified that it was Motorola's choice of PMU rather than a generic chipset issue which was to blame.

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