Due to the current Coronavirus crisis, Motorola launched the Motorola Razr in India, at an online event earlier today. The Motorola Razr, the company's first-ever clamshell-style flexible display smartphone that folds completely, is now available to pre-order in India.
The Motorola Razr, the company's first-ever clamshell-style flexible display smartphone that folds completely, is now available to pre-order in the United States from Verizon.
Motorola is trying to recreate the success of 2004 by reviving the Motorola Razr with the launch of a new model - a £1,170 ($1,500) foldable flip-phone that has a 6.2-inch screen flexible screen and runs on Android.
BlackBerry's India managing director Narendra Nayak has quit the company, two years after joining. Nayak was responsible for driving BlackBerry's software and services business through all channels in India, direct enterprise customers, network operators, distribution partners and BlackBerry's growing ecosystem of indirect channels in India
Iran's Communication Regulatory Authority (CRA) has extended its ban on contraband mobile phones to LG branded handsets as part of the government's policy of curbing phone smuggling, Financial Tribune reported. Under the Mobile Registry Scheme, LG phones must be registered with the industry regulator, or they will be disconnected from the network.
Google has announced that the following partners will be rolling out Android 8 Oreo by the end of the year. The company announced Android 8.0 Oreo yesterday and promptly released the system images.
Specialist Intellectual Property (IP) Law firm EIP today secured a significant decision on behalf of its client in a case of international relevance to the telecoms sector.
Microsoft and Lenovo have announced a deepening of their strategic relationship. Lenovo will load Microsoft's productivity apps, including Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Skype, on select Lenovo devices that use Android.
Security Researchers at Check Point have discovered four Android vulnerabilities dubbed QuadRooter that affect 900 million devices, or basically any device using a Qualcomm chipset.