Nokia Buys Motorola For $1.2B

Telecom equipment vendor Nokia Siemens Networks said Monday it has agreed to pay $1.2 billion for the majority of U.S.-based Motorola Inc.'s (MOT) network equipment business in order to gain a stronger foothold in the important North American and Japanese markets. In a joint statement, the companies said they expect the all-cash deal to close by the end of 2010. Nokia Siemens is making the acquisition primarily to boost its position in markets like the U.S. and Japan and gain access to new customers, but the deal will also provide economies of...

Android 2.1 for Motorola Milestones on Telus

OK, Canadian Motorola Milestone owners ... Who's ready for Android 2.1? It's finally available, so you're back to level ground with those of us with Motorola Droids down south in the U.S.

Manually Install Droid 2.1 Update

If you have been waiting eagerly for the Motorola Droid 2.1 update, look no further, you can install the official release yourself in minutes! I personally (z33k3r) have updated my phone and all is good so far. Just follow these instructions:

Motorola Throws Google Under The Bus

Other U.S. corporations doing business in China may admire Google's tough stand against the country's government over Internet censorship and cyber attacks, but that doesn't doesn't mean they're prepared to exit the country along with Google. Far from it. Take Motorola, which launched a turnaround effort last year built around Google Android-powered phones like the Droid and Cliq.

But following the search giant's standoff in China, Motorola struck a search deal Google's arch-rival Baidu faster than you can text a donation to Haiti.

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