Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid 3 Review

I’ve been a HUGE fan of Motorola since the dawn of time.  I’m putting that out there because I’ve owned or used as a function of the work I do almost every Motorola cellular device geared toward a consumer. (brick phone anyone?) Motorola has some terrific hardware in their cellular ...

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Motorola Xoom Review

It’s here. The highly-anticipated Motorola Xoom tablet has hit the market, marking Motorola’s first significant foray into the tablet PC world. Slim, lightweight and aesthetically marvelous, the Xoom is a compliment to Motorola’s Google-based Droid phones. While you simply can’t review a tablet PC without comparing it to Apple’s iPad, ...

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Motorola Hint QA30 Cell Phone Review

If you had asked just a couple of years ago, we never would have believed that square cell phones would be a trend. Early attempts at a square phone typically fell flat, so we couldn’t imagine that manufacturers would seriously consider such a design. Yet, after the LG found success ...

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Motorola Clutch Cell Phone Review

If you like Nextel’s features, but can’t afford the services plans, you’d be wise to consider Boost Mobile. Sort of a Sprint Nextel younger brother, Boost offers similar phones and services at a cheaper price. And now with the new Motorola Clutch i465, Boost also gets its first QWERTY handset. ...

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Motorola Debut i856 Cell Phone Review

Most iDEN push-to-talk phones are quite bulky, and come in either a clamshell or candy bar design. However, the Motorola Debut bucks that trend. It is the first ever iDEN push-to-talk phone to come in a slider design, which gives it a rather svelte appearance. Aside from push-to-talk, the Debut ...

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Motorola Brute Cell Phone Review

The Motorola Brute i680 doesn’t pretend to be anything other than exactly what it is. Even the slightest glance will show that this is one tough, durable phone. Its thick rubberized skin and bulky profile is far from attractive, but you know that it will be able to take a ...

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Motorola i890 Cell Phone Review

Motorola’s i890 isn’t your typical Nextel phone. It’s not packed in rubber; instead, it casts a trim shadow and is actually a bit stylish. Sure, it’s a lot like Sprint’s earlier Motorola Razr2–or more recently Nextel’s Motorola i9–but for what it lacks in originality it makes up for with its ...

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Motorola i1 Cell Phone Review

Though the Motorola i1 first debuted for Boost Mobile, we initially heard about it as a Sprint Nextel phone. As we mentioned in our review of the Boost Mobile version, the Motorola i1 is notable because it is the first-ever Google Android phone to run on Nextel’s iDEN network. It ...

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Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid X Cell Phone Review

The Motorola Droid X is excellent. It’s also a little excessive. This Hummer humdinger of a phone delivers the absolute maximum in state-of-the-art Android power, at the cost of stretching the joint between your thumb and your other four fingers. The Droid X will be one of the first phones ...

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Motorola Backflip Cell Phone Review

Introduction At long last, Android has landed on AT&T. The last of the Big Four American carriers to carry an Android device, AT&T is now on board with the Motorola Backflip. Backflip is named for its unique form factor, which takes a horizontal flip phone and turns it inside out, ...

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Motorola Devour Cell Phone Review

Introduction Motorola is back with the Devour, the third Android-powered device to land on Verizon Wireless.  Originally spotted in Megan Fox’s bathtub during Super Bowl 2010, the phone is available at retail locations across the United States.  The question that’s in every technology person’s mind, however, is: will the unit ...

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Motorola Barrage Cell Phone Review

The push-to-talk market seems to be an “on again, off again” thing (or so it seems) for most of the nationwide carriers. One day, you see a huge push, with television advertisements of how the service is drastically better than Nextel’s Direct Connect option. Then the next day, they’re gone, ...

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Motorola CLIQ XT Cell Phone Review

At first glance, one could find similarities between the Motorola CLIQ XT and its predecessor/older brother, the QWERTY-equipped CLIQ.  As a result, several have written off the device as a revision of the original, which I find unfortunate.  Truth be told, the CLIQ and CLIQ XT can coexist together.  If ...

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Motorola Motonav TN765t GPS Navigator Review

During this years CES, Motorola announced a new and striking pnd, the Motonav TN-765. I was able to get my hands on a pre-production version of it and have been getting familiar the past few days. There’s two things that will immediately get your attention: The extra wide, cinema-like 5.1″ ...

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