Opening Ceremony BTW Roundup Presented by Motorola
Sponsored content: This week, CH was very pleased to announce the Opening Ceremony BTW pop-up, presented by Motorola. We were in sheer awe of the Opening Ceremony SS14 runway show that took place there, and even hosted a booth including fashion...
Motorola presents the Opening Ceremony BTW at SuperPier
It's New York Fashion Week again and this time around forward-thinking retailer Opening Ceremony has launched a mega pop-up shop with surprises in store. The Opening Ceremony BTW at SuperPier at Hudson River Park will feature a week's worth of...
DECK by SOL Republic
Wireless speakers continue to innovate and differentiate in order to pull away from the herd. Known for their high-quality and almost indestructible headphones, SOL Republic's latest offering, a collaboration with Motorola, The DECK—released today...
MotoRokr E8 and Nas Giveaway
With features like localized haptic touchscreen feedback, a touch-sensitive scroll arc, buttons that automatically adapt to the feature in use and a built-in FM radio with song recognition, we've been geeking out on the ROKR at CH HQ for months...
For the next week you can see my finds on Moto-à-Porter, a "super blog" covering São Paulo's Fashion Week. Created by the creative team ag407 for Motorola, the site is part of the lounge they've set up (pictured) and...
Designed to be universally easy to use, Motophone, Motorola's sleek new "no-manual," no-frills phone, is almost here. Their experience website, just launched today detailing their design process and extensive researchâ€”...
Red Moto FONE
Announced last week, the Motorola FONE promises to bring wireless telephony to the rest of the world. Beyond its emerging market focus the 9mm thick, seemingly simple device, will no doubt have a place in the hands of veteran wireless users as well...
Well it's finally official. After many months of rumors, the Motorola ROKR (pronounced rocker) was just announced as the first phone with built in iTunes software. It only holds 100 songs and is therefor a phone that can sync with iTunes (as...
Sorry for the Motoverkill, but this one is near and dear to me-- as a member of the original design team for the software in this puppy, I'm happy to see it has finally matured a bit. There have been several iterations: first was the A760, then...
Motorola and Apple have announced a partnership to create a mobile version of iTunes. With it, you'll be able to transfer music from iTunes on your Mac or PC to a Motorola handset via USB or Bluetooth. Obviously this means you'll be able to...
Mobile Review might have leaked this a bit early, but it looks legit. The V3 (aka Razor) is basically a V600, but is made of titanium and measures a mere 14mm thick. Motorola is slowly getting back on the innovation bus-- it's about time! via...
Some new pictures of the Motorola MPx surfaced today. I really like the idea of this device -form defining function. Open it vertically, it's a phone, open it horizontally and it's a PDA. I just wish it didn't use the Pocket PC OS which...
E2800 from E28
Shanghi based start-up, E28, has started selling a new Linux based PDA/Phone hybrid in the Chinese market. While the power and flexibility exceed that of the Motorola A760 and A768 , the device design looks incredibly similar. Might this have something...
Motorola China has announced the A768 , which is a follow on to the Linux based A760. The updated version targets enterprise users with full Microsoft Office integration, VPN software, more memory and voice notes. read the review at linuxdevices...
Motorola V80 (R880)
According to Mobile Review , the Motorola V80 (previously thought to be named the R880) has been confirmed for April 2004 delivery. The V80 is the successor of the original rotator, the V70 . One great feature is the ability to compose a picture...
Galvin Steps Down
Ok, this is not my usual type of post, but it is the coolest thing to happen to Motorola in years. CEO Chris Galvin is stepping down! As a former Motorolan, I'm very happy for my friends who are still there. It should be a good thing for the company...
The Cell Phone: 20 years Ago, Today
Mobile - An Exhibition from Motorola debuts today in New York City as a celebration of Motorola's invention, the Cell Phone. It was 20 years ago that the DynaTac, was released. The rest is history.
Motorola Introduces World's First Java + Linux Handset
Feature Rich A760 combines PDA functionality with phone-First capabilities; Java Technology + Linux OS ecosystem chosen for maximum customization and scalability. I4U has a picture.