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PowerSkin Protective Casing For Motorola Droid (1)

Protective mobile phone casings have become quite popular, now that newer smartphone models are getting more and more expensive. But there are now some types of phone casings that not only provide the phone some protection against scrapes and accidental scratches or even that occasional bump or drop. The protective silicone casing for the Motorola Droid X and X2 phones from PowerSkin for example, not only provides protection but also extends the phones battery life. The PowerSkin Protective Casing for Motorola Droid X and X2 phones is not only a protective silicone casing for the smartphone. It also comes with a built-in battery that can extend the battery life of your Motorola Droid for another 8 hours. It features its patented XPAL Power battery technology to ensure its safety, quality and performance. The PowerSkin Protective Casing for Motorola Droid phones is available at Amazon for US$60. Image Source: PowerSkin Read More

Motorola Titanium Android Smartphone (4)

New smart phones seem to come a dime a dozen nowadays. With many new models to choose from almost each month, it can get quite overwhelming to get the right one sometimes. If you haven't chosen a new smart phone yet, you might also consider the new Motorola Titanium as one of your possible choices. The Motorola Titanium is a new Android smart phone that combines toughness and power along with sleek design. This new smart phone features a sleek design but with toughness in mind as it was built to withstand the elements within military standards. Its tough exterior houses a smart phone with features such as a full QWERTY keyboard, 3.1 inch touch screen display , a 5MP camera with LED flash as well as Bluetooth, WiFi and USB 2.0 support. It also comes with a push-to-talk capability as an alternative for communicating at a push of a button. The new Motorola Titanium is set to be available at Sprint on June of this year. It is expected to cost around US$130 with a two-year service contract. Image Source: Motorola Read More

Press Photos of HTC Incredible 2 for Verizon Leaked (0)

It is very likely that the unveiling of HTC's Incredible 2 on Verizon will be sooner than we think. Press photos of the smartphone have appeared on PocketNow, saying that it will be shipped on April 28. The HTC Incredible 2 is seen with the Droid "red eye" commonly featured in Motorola's Android handsets, fueling speculations that it could be named "Verizon Droid Incredible 2." Source: PocketNow Read More

WiFi-Only Motorola Xoom Coming on March 27 (0)

Motorola Mobility has officially announced that its WiFi-only Motorola Xoom would be available on leading retailers across the United States on March 27. Motorola's tablet computer and potential iPad competitor will be sold in Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam's Club, Staples, and Walmart for US$599. It will also be available on regional retailers and carriers. Apart from removing its 3G and 4G connectivity functions, the tablet device still packs with features seen on the original Xoom. It has a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, and a 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution. Source: Engadget Read More

Motorola Xoom Tablet to Debut in Verizon (3)

Verizon Wireless announced it will start selling Motorola Mobility's Xoom tablet on Thursday, February 24. The tablet, which runs on Google's latest Android OS, will cost US$600 with a two-year contract. The cost of data service, meanwhile, will start at $20 for 1GB of bandwidth per month. Motorola Xoom users will be able to upgrade to Verizon's 4G data service for free. There will also be a Wi-Fi enabled version of the tablet. It is unclear, however, when these will happen. The Xoom runs on Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb, which is designed specifically for tablets. It can store 32GB of files and features dual cameras for video conference and a Flash video player. Buyers who wanted a no-strings-attached Motorola Xoom can purchase it for $800. Source: CNN Read More

Is Motorola Xoom Tablet Priced at $1,200? (2)

A tipster on Engadget revealed that Motorola's upcoming Xoom tablet was listed on Best Buy's website with a whopping price of US$1,199.99. Pre-orders, according to the site, will begin on February 17 in Best Buy stores. If this holds true, it would dismay many techies, impressed with this tablet's specs (especially its Android 3.0 OS), who thought it would be priced at around $800. Apart from the exorbitant price, users are also required to activate a month's worth of Verizon data, even though they are not locked in any sort of contract. The listing has since been removed from the website, but we never know whether it was an honest mistake or a move to hide the Motorola Xoom from further embarrassment. Source: CNET Read More

Motorola Xoom Tablet (0)

The tablet PC market has truly become quite an exciting market segment in less than a year. A number of manufacturers are suddenly coming up with their own tablet versions a month after another. One of the most recent to come out is the Motorola Xoom Tablet. The Xoom Tablet is the first foray for Motorola in the tablet market. In order to make a splash in a market flooded with new tablets, Motorola tries to do it with the features they have added in the new Xoom. The Moto Xoom Tablet features a dual core 1GHz processor and with the new Android Honeycomb OS, developed specifically for tablet PC's. It also features a 10.1 inch windscreen HD display with a 5 MP rear camera capable of 720p HD video capture. It also comes with a 2MP front facing camera, WiFi connectivity as well as 3G capability, courtesy of Verizon. It has recently been announced by Motorola at CES and may be available in the market by the first quarter of this year. No word yet though on its pricing. Image Source: Motorola Read More

Gadgets to Watch Out for in 2011 (3)

When it comes to gadget news, 2010 is riddled with iPad news and updates. Of course, we have the latest laptops, the hottest smartphones, and some occasional Thanko novelties, but not too many people seem to notice it. But we hope 2011 will be different. Not because the iPad would technically become "old news" by then, but due to the influx of new gadgets that will become available for retail. Here are some of the devices that we are excited to see in 2011: Nintendo 3DS - An update of one of the most successful handheld gaming device will hit Japan on February 26, while the United States and Europe will get its units a month later. This gadget features the same two-screen gaming and touch-based (and sometimes voice-based and camera-based) interaction that has endeared millions, now including a 3D top screen. iPad 2 - It's a trend in Apple, apparently: Any gadget they introduce will have a generation-two version after a few months or so. This happened in the iPod, the iPhone, and will surely happen on the iPad (especially since the iPad has many hardware fumbles, including the absence of a camera). Let's just hope that everything bad about the iPad will be ditched once iPad 2 is unveiled. BlackBerry PlayBook - BlackBerry's first tablet is seen by tech experts as the underdog in the tablet race, just like how its smartphones performed in the market. It is set to hit the market on the first quarter of 2011. Motorola Droid Tablet - Many Android-powered tablets are on a disadvantage simply because the OS is not tablet-friendly, but that can change with the Motorola Droid tablet, which will run on Android 3.0. Plus, the Motorola Droid smartphone was a success in the American market, so the company hopes that brand loyalty for the Droid would transfer once the tablet version comes out. PalmPad - Yes, it is another tablet, this time by Palm. After HP bought the struggling smartphone company, news about new hardware running on webOS operating system have sprung, including a tablet computer that some say could give the iPad (or the iPad 2) a run for its money. Sony PSP Phone - What many thought as a joke when news about it leaked out becomes an anticipated gaming mobile phone because there are not that many around. Remember Nokia N-Gage? Combining the mobile power of Android with the vast gaming library of the Sony PlayStation Portable could become a hit in the market, as long as it finds a right carrier. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Motorola Tablet Spotted in the Wild (4)

The techie world has been abuzz about the Motorola Tablet, which is known only by its codename "Motopad," after it was introduced by Google's Andy Rubin last week. There is a report of another sighting of the Motopad, this time at a Chinese forum posted by a member who claims to have specs about the device. According to the post, the Motopad will have a 10-inch and 7-inch versions. Both will run on dual-core Tegra 2 T20, as well as 32GB of internal storage, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a 5-megapixel camera at the back, and a microSD slot. There will also be UMTS, CDMA, and LTE versions of the device (that's three different types of 3G connectivity), which will all be available at Verizon. Source: Engadget and CrunchGear Read More

Motorola Defy: The Smartphone You Can Submerge In Water (3)

With a lot of smartphones to choose from, many users may consider looking at special features when buying a new one. Unique features may have their appeal and make many gadgets stand out especially when the smartphone market just has too many choices to offer. In the case of the Motorola Defy, it may be its durability. The Motorola Defy smartphone may look just like any other smartphone out there, but it does have its own unique appeal. How about a smartphone that is impervious to dust, water and to the occasional abuse. First off, the Motorola Defy features a 3.7 inch touchscreen display made out of tough Corning Gorilla Glass Display, making it scratch resistant and tough enough for those occasional drops and bumps. The Motorola Defy is also dust proof as well as water resistant for added protection. The Motorola Defy is an Android smartphone that also features Motoblur that enables users to stream emails and social network updates into a single feed for easier access. It also has an integratedd 5 megapixel camera, Web and Bluetooth as well as WiFi support. This tough smartphone is available exclusively at T Mobile for US$100 along with a two year service contract. Image Source: Motorola Read More



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