Motorola stories - Page 2
Amobee builds up its ANZ team
Walsh is responsible for managing new business opportunities and expanding strategic partnerships in the ANZ territories.
Speculation mounts as Samsung Galaxy S6 launch date announced
With Samsung announcing the Unpacked launch date will be March 1, speculation is growing like topsy around the next Galaxy S6.
Lenovo exceeds expectations on the back of acquisitions
Lenovo beats expectations, says new Motorola and IBM businesses are 'growth engines'.
Meru Networks appoints Blue Connections as new ANZ channel partner
"The partnership will help Blue Connections ensure it is exceeding the expectations of its New Zealand clients."
Google's Lollipop biggest redesign of Android in years
The latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system is being touted as the biggest redesign of Android in years
Moto 360 smartwatch headed to New Zealand
The Android Wear smartwatch was specifically designed to help wearers manage their daily tasks with a flick of the wrist
Nexus 6: more Android, more screen, more everything
Motorola has launched the new Nexus 6 featuring Android 5.0 Lollipop
Lenovo answers key ‘I B When?’ question…
"Both deals are under the approval process in the two countries and they are progressing."
Redmond's new order, a big Aussie distie deal and a mystery start-up...
Six months is a long time in the New Zealand channel market - The Channel looks back at the big stories in February...
Apple and Google call patent war truce
For those managing to keep up with the growing complexity of patent lawsuits, a truce has been called; between warring rivals Apple and Google.
Samsung leads smartphone sales but is Lenovo / Motorola the winning team?
Juniper Research estimates that the combined Motorola-Lenovo smartphone shipments for Q1 2013 exceeded 20 million, putting the joint entity into a third place.
Gen-i asks… Will Modular smartphones save the world, and your wallet?
Google recently sold Motorola, effectively cutting their losses and exiting the smartphone hardware business. However, they kept one piece of it...
PowerbyProxi strengthens management team with new VP
"We are pushing the boundaries for higher power and distance for CE and industrial applications and have access to some of the smartest wireless power experts in the world from The University of Auckland - I’m really excited about the capabilities of the team."
Lenovo ANZ MD explains Kiwi channel plans
Matt Codrington, Lenovo ANZ managing director, would clearly like to be discussing the vendor's recent acquisitions and their potential impact on the New Zealand channel.
Was buying Motorola a costly mistake for Google, or a clever move?
News that Google is selling Motorola has sparked media commentary that this acquisition was a mistake – but is that really the case?
Google exits the smartphone race
The stark fact of the matter is that Motorola has not trained on in the way in which Google had hoped.
Why Google sold Motorola Mobility to Lenovo...
"This sale this does not signal a larger shift for Google's other hardware efforts...."
How will Lenovo/Motorola Mobility deal impact the Channel?
Gartner analyst Hugues de la Vergne shares his views on the impact of Lenovo’s announcement to acquire Motorola Mobility.
Are Samsung and Google friends again?
The debate about the implications of Google’s purchase and subsequent sale of Motorola goes on after
Lenovo says "Hello Moto" to the tune of $3 billion
Google is on the verge of selling its Motorola Mobility smartphone operations to Lenovo for around USD $2.91 billion if reports are to be believed.
Ex-Google exec becomes first Facebook CMO
Social networking site hires former Motorola Mobility advisor to expand the company brand, becoming the first Chief Marketing Officer at the firm.
Apple leads US smartphone market
Cupertino firm holds sizable lead over rivals Samsung, HTC, Motoral and LG across America.
Apple, Samsung and the great pretenders
Rivals dominate the mobile phone market as BlackBerry, Nokia and Motorola post damning losses.
Google goes big with $50 billion year
Search giant smashes analyst expectations during the fourth quarter, posting revenue of $14.42bn.