Posts Tagged ‘Motorola’
by Wendy Wick on July 11th, 2011
Armed with a pocket full of business cards and comfy teal-sequined kicks, I donned my press badge and had field day at the 2011 CEA Line Show in NYC last month. It was a science and tech playground for the blogger in me! I got to touch all sorts of new tech toys that hadn’t even hit the market, share perspectives with industry leaders and learn about new techniques and concepts in everything from wireless technologies, security and cyber-safety to social networking for pre-teens.
I talked with companies big and small, some names you know and some that you are only now just hearing of and I captured a few great convo’s to share with you, some of which I have posted about and some which you will hear more about once products and interviews become available. It was a sweet day to be a blogger…
by Wendy Wick on July 8th, 2011
Ken Murphy from Motorola talks us through the tech and features of the Motorola Droid X2 with Verizon Wireless. Watch what you can do with an HDMI cable and the Droid X2! You can connect the Droid to your TV and it becomes your mobile and agile multi-media host as well as your personal information device. Look at maps, play games, update a document with Quick Office, or watch a video on the TV with no resolution loss.
by Wendy Wick on June 9th, 2011
Motorola’s Sanjay Jha and Sprint’s Dan Hesse got together with NYC techies to unveil the Photon 4G, one of several Motorola Android phones coming to Sprint. The Photon 4G is as fast as ‘smart’ gets at the moment with a dual core processor and 4G speeds, 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB for storage. The Photon is sleekly designed with rounded corners, a textured back for comfortable hand grip, a phenomenal display resolution and a kickstand around back so it stands on it’s own. It has everything you’d expect: Gingerbread, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 8 megapixel HD video front-facing camera and a few things that you wouldn’t expect but will be thrilled with like International GSM capabilities and 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capability for up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices. The talk was heavy on specs but sparse on availability and pricing so the best I can tell you is to watch for it this summer…and it is worth watching for….
While you wait, check out this video of the Photon in action…
by Maya Grinberg on October 11th, 2010
I am very afraid of driving and talking on my phone. But I will be the first to concede that there are times where you just have to— like when you’re driving on a work errand that’s urgent and your boss calls you while you’re on your way…its practically a guarantee that that’s urgent too. So how to bridge the divide between my fraidy cat tendencies and needing to answer, a place which has me hurriedly accepting the call and then punching the screen near where it says “Speaker” before dropping the phone into my lap while I struggle to hear what’s being said? Why, a Bluetooth handsfree, of course! Continue Reading…
by Cristina Cordova on August 6th, 2010
In Episode 7 of the Girls out Loud Show, Maya and Cristina go from old technology to new, from late use of the Polaroid camera, to the greatest books of all time, to the mass consumption of email via Blackberry and to the new age of shopping with Shopkick. Come ride the tech heavy journey from the past to the future!
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Enjoy the show? Hate it? Either way, give us a shout at maya[at]girlsoutloudshow.com or cristina[at]girlsoutloudshow.com.
by Maya Grinberg on February 8th, 2010
The Motorola DROID is a beautiful piece of hardware that generated a ton of buzz this past fall, mostly because of the much hyped and slightly controversial ad campaign that Verizon ran for the device, that whole “Droid DOES” business. Remember that?
Well, the Droid does, as far as I’m concerned. It does most if not all of the things the iPhone does, the screen resolution is mind blowingly awesome, and while perhaps a bit heavy and still a little on the complicated side (for me, an iPhone heavy user, trying to do many things on the Android OS is difficult and slow. It would take a little bit of time for me to truly become fluent, I believe. But that’s just me.)
by Nina Pena on February 3rd, 2010
Calling all social media junkies looking for a easier way to stay connected and a new phone! Today Motorola and Verizon introduced the Motorola DEVOUR, Verizon’s first phone with MOTOBLUR to be release in March 2010. MOTOBLUR is Motorola’s Android-powered content delivery service that is designed to make phones more social media smart and personal with a customizable home screen. See Press Release here and below are the product specs. Needless to say after previously reviewing one of Moto’s phones, the Rival, I am interested and hope Motorola sends me the Devour to review. Continue Reading…