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Motorola updates tech for resource industry safety
Launches video and voice features to help resources companies adhere to face mask and social distancing rules.
Will Thales and Motorola help take eSIM mainstream?
Motorola’s razr is the first phone to rely exclusively on embedded-SIM. Does this signal a turning point in the technology’s future?
The Motorola razr returns - to Australia anyway
Australians can now pre-order the new Mortorola razr, but it will set you back AU$2700
Motorola promises $10m in funding to charities around the world
According to a statement, the grants will benefit more than two million students, first responders, teachers, veterans and community members in 32 countries.
Motorola Solutions Foundation awards $250m to non-profits
“We are proud to partner with organisations across the globe that work to create safer cities and promote innovative technology education for students.”
Motorola develops mission-critical tech for Australia's emergency services
Australian organisations are facing challenges such as threats to business continuity, growing costs and resource constraints, and threats to community safety.
Motorola Solutions Penang celebrates 45 years of innovation
Motorola Solutions is celebrating 45 years of innovation in Malaysia, recognising the country’s highly skilled engineering talent and capability to deliver advanced technologies for customers all over the world.
Hands-on review: Motorola moto g6 play & moto e5: Mobiles with power and pizzazz
The Motorola moto g⁶ and moto e⁵ will be giving their competitors some sleepless nights.
Motorola signs $261M deal to upgrade Victoria emergency services network
“Emergency services depend on having ‘always on’, secure and reliable communications for their daily work."
Motorola’s self-repairing screen could be the turning point for your phone’s war on concrete
The phone would be able to sense the cracks on the touchscreen display and then apply heat to reshape and repair the damage...
Motorola signs $7M deal with WA Dept of Fire & Emergency Services
“Placing the right information into the hands of first responders leads to better, faster and more accurate decision making in critical moments.”
Former Polycom & Motorola exec the new top dog at BMC
"I am excited to lead the company as we continue to grow, innovate and drive success for our customers, partners and employees in the years ahead."
It isn’t easy being a RAN vendor these days, and that probably won't change
As mobile operators consolidate and grapple with revenue growth, RAN vendors have had to struggle with increasingly limited market opportunities.
Hands-on review: Moto G (2015 edition)
Motorola could score themselves a huge competitive advantage in the NZ market by offering access to Moto Maker to Kiwis.
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.