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MOTOBLUR 3.0 for DROID 2 gets unofficial release

MOTOBLUR 3.0 has now sprouted an unofficial release for the Motorola DROID 2, after showing up on the DROID 2 Global and DROID Pro. The handiwork of MyDroidWorld, the Motorola Build Blur (3.0.0) System 2.2 has been deodexed, busyboxed, and given root privileges. Motorola is yet to announce when - or if - the DROID 2 will get an official MOTOBLUR update, so for now this is probably the best way to enjoy the new UI. [gallery] [via IntoMobile]

Motorola Acquires Zecter, Plans on Enhancing MOTOBLUR

Looks like Motorola is ready to give their MOTOBLUR proprietary User Interface some enhancements. It's just been announced that the company has acquired Zecter, which is known for their ZumoDrive and ZumoCast cloud-based media streaming and content-syncing technology. Motorola is hoping that the acquisition, and subsequent usage of the technology, will give MOTOBLUR a significant upgrade in its media credentials.

Motorola Olympus Gets Bought at Flea Market, Runs Motoblur and FroYo

One of the must-have devices of the upcoming new year, is the Motorola Olympus. While it may look like a larger version of the previously released Motorola Defy, there's a few changes included with this new device to make it one device that any Android fan would want to get their hands on. Namely, that display that's supposed to be larger than 3.7-inches, and the processor under the hood. For one lucky individual, who just happened to be in the right flea market at the right time, it looks like they get to enjoy the device well before any other consumer.

Verizon’s new Motorola Citrus budget phone due November 11

Verizon has announced that the Motorola Citrus will go on sale from November 11, the company's latest Android smartphone and another Motorola languishing on Android 2.1. Still, the Citrus promises to hit the budget mark: it's just $49.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and assuming a new, two-year agreement. Your money gets you a 3-inch touchscreen, rear-mounted trackpad, Swype on-screen keyboard and EVDO Rev.A, along with the MOTOBLUR interface and a 528MHz Qualcomm MSM7225 processor. [gallery id="14765"] Press Release:
Motorola Citrus Available Tomorrow On The Verizon Wireless Network Full-Touch, Customizable, Android-Powered Smartphone Now Available for Verizon Wireless Customers BASKING RIDGE, NJ, and LIBERTYVILLE, IL — Verizon Wireless, the company with the nation’s largest and most reliable wireless 3G network, and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced that Motorola CITRUS™ will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com tomorrow for $49.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. Powered by Android™ 2.1, Motorola CITRUS delivers an affordable, entry-level, customizable smartphone experience in a compact design that is easy on both the eyes and the earth. The full HTML Web browser comes preloaded with Bing Search and Bing Maps and delivers a PC-like Web browsing experience, while the easy-to-use on-screen QWERTY keyboard or Swype® keyboard allow for quick messaging. Get fast access to Web apps and services such as Facebook®; Google services such as Gmail™, Google Talk™ and YouTube™; and customize your phone with free and paid apps available from Android Market™. Plus, the CITRUS phone housing is made from 25 percent post-consumer recycled plastic, is CarbonFree® Certified through an alliance with Carbonfund.org, and is PVC and BFR free. The packaging is made from 80 percent post-consumer recycled paper, and the user manual is made using 100 percent recycled paper and soy-based ink. Additional features and specifications on the Motorola CITRUS are available at http://news.vzw.com/news/2010/10/pr2010-10-05a.html. Verizon Wireless customers who purchase Motorola CITRUS will receive the mail-in rebate in the form of a debit card; upon receipt, customers may use the card as cash anywhere debit cards are accepted. Motorola CITRUS customers will need to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Nationwide plan (beginning at $39.99 monthly access) and a Data Package (beginning at $15 monthly access for 150 MB). Customers can track their data usage by downloading the My Verizon app available in Android Market or by logging on to their My Verizon account online at www.verizonwireless.com/myverizon. For additional information on Verizon Wireless products and services, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to www.verizonwireless.com.

T-Mobile Comet, LG Optimus T, Motorola DEFY & Motorola CHARM Announced by T-Mobile for Holiday Season

Despite the fact we already knew that every single one of these devices was on the way to T-Mobile soon, the Magenta carrier decided to go ahead and officially announce the devices the old-fashioned way: with a press release. There aren't any surprises in store, especially when it comes to the specifications of the devices, but at least we now know the devices are heading to the network beginning November 3rd.

Motorola DEFY for T-Mobile USA Landing November 3rd

The Motorola DEFY is popping up on wireless carriers all over the globe, and now it looks like T-Mobile here in the U.S. is going to feel the love soon. Just announced by T-Mobile via the company's Twitter account, one of Motorola's latest Android-based handsets will be landing on the carrier in the coming weeks.

Motorola Droid Pro Hands-On [Video]

Motorola just announced the Droid Pro, their first candy-bar, "BlackBerry-esque" Android-based device, and now we can say that we've managed to get some hands on time with the device. It's a unique form factor, but we can safely say that it's one that we've been waiting to get our hands on for some time now. The way that Motorola has incorporated the same Blur-style User Interface with the 3.1-inch touchscreen, and the full QWERTY keyboard underneath it, the Droid Pro definitely has the potential of climbing the list of favorite Android devices.

Motorola Spice Heading to Brazil, Features Android 2.1

Motorola's time at CTIA tonight was busy, as the company released a handful of devices, and as the Spice showcases, they're not all meant for the United States. While the Spice is definitely the Motorola XT300 from a ways back, it's now got an official name, and it just landed in the Brazilian market. Unfortunately, it's not the fastest, or most "up to date" device on the market, especially considering it's a brand new device. Though, that portrait slider may make it interesting enough to give a second look at.

Motorola Defy Gets Durability tested on Video

Two weeks ago Motorola announced it’s upcoming ultra durable phone, the Defy. The device is advertised as “designed to handle everything that life throws your way” and is looking very durable, but how durable is it really? Well the fine folks over at Expansys decided to give it a few tests to see if it could handle what they threw it’s way, the result: it did.
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