Motorola was a trailblazer in the mobile phone market, pioneering both the flip phone and the clam phone, but lost market share in the face of tough competition from smartphones, particularly after the launch of Apple’s iPhone. Its handset division, Motorola Mobility, was hived off in 2011 and sold to Google the following year, and now focuses on products using Google’s open-source Android operating system.
In an article headlined "Motorola sues family for billions in HK courts" on March 14, the report on a decision made in the Court of First Instance was wrong. The court did not rule on whether assets were held in Hong Kong by the Uzan family of Turkey as was reported.Wednesday, 2 April, 2014, 7:47pm
Google-owned Motorola Mobility moved Wednesday to shake up the global smartphone market with an entry-level handset aimed at cost-sensitive consumers around the world, many in emerging markets.14 Nov 2013 - 3:45pm
Motorola wants to let consumers design their own smartphones.
The Google-owned manufacturer has launched Project Ara to create a free, open and standardised platform to let people pick and choose the components they want in their phones, Motorola said in a blogpost this week.30 Oct 2013 - 11:25am
Motorola’s new Moto X phone doesn’t cost more to make simply because it’s assembled in Texas, research firm IHS said Wednesday.29 Aug 2013 - 11:10am
The latest numbers and outlook from telecoms equipment maker ZTE look decidedly ugly, leading me to wonder if the struggling former superstar is destined either for extinction or a radical makeover in the next few years.3 May 2013 - 11:42am 2 comments
For a 40-year-old gadget, it is remarkable what a central role mobile phones continue to play in our lives. April 3 marked the anniversary of Martin Cooper of Motorola becoming the first man to use a mobile in 1973. He says he was lucky not to become the first casualty of mobile phone usage soon after as he walked around talking on it without paying attention to the New York traffic.6 Apr 2013 - 4:01am 1 comment
Keywords: Press freedoms, Motorola, Africa, Pakistan, Latin America, Japan, Tibet29 Aug 2012 - 3:06pm
Diaoyu activists to return Sunday29 Aug 2012 - 3:07pm
Missing CCTV anchor suddenly reappears31 Aug 2012 - 9:29am
Foxconn International Holdings, whose shares have fallen 31.5 per cent this year, is struggling to gain more orders from Nokia Corp and Samsung Electronics this year to offset a decline in business from troubled top customer Motorola.26 Feb 2008 - 12:00am