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Best Buy tip has Motorola Droid 3 in stores July 14

06/24, 3:35pm

Motorola Droid 3 dated in Best Buy system

A sighting in Best Buy's inventory system has put a narrower release date on the Motorola Droid 3. It lists the Verizon-tailored phone as being in stores on July 14, fitting in with Verizon's preference for Thursday launches. Droid Attic's view put it one week later than a commonly talked-about July 7 date.


Motorola Droid 3 hits China first as Milestone 3

06/17, 7:35am

Motorola Droid 3 previewed in China first

Motorola's Droid 3 was given an effective full reveal through the launch of its international version in China. Called "the third Milestone" or the XT883, the Android 2.3 headliner is Motorola's first dual-core slider and uses a TI OMAP4430 chip underneath. Veteran owners get genuine functional upgrades with a four-inch, 540x960 display and a fifth keyboard row with dedicated number keys.


Motorola Droid 3 review surfaces ahead of launch

06/13, 2:45pm

Milestone 3 specs expected to match Droid 3 in US

Motorola's Milestone 3 -- the international adaptation of the Droid 3 -- has already been reviewed ahead of an official unveiling. The China-based site reportedly obtained the handset, confirming a number of specs such as a four-inch qHD display, eight-megapixel primary camera, VGA front-facing camera, and an HDMI output.


Windows 8 Milestone 1 leaks out on the web

04/13, 8:45am

Win 8 early Milestone build focuses under the hood

Screenshots of Windows 8 Milestone 1 have surfaced on the web. The very early build of the new OS, build 7850, does not hint at any departure from the current interface design seen in Windows 7. However, cosmetic tweaks are unlikely to appear at this early juncture, with changes to Windows 7 as it is reshaped into Windows 8 likely to be under the hood. For those who are adventurous, however, BetaArchive has posted a link to where the Milestone 1 build can be accessed.


Alltel launches HTC Merge, Moto Milestone X, Samsung Gem

04/07, 8:15pm

Carrier brings four recent Android handsets

Alltel has announced that it is now shipping four Android handsets: LG's Axis, Samsung's Gem, HTC's Merge and Motorola's Milestone X. Both the Merge and Milestone X, which is better known as the Droid X on Verizon, represent the high-end smartphones equipped with Android 2.2. The Gem and Axis arrive as midrange devices, which have been available since the beginning of the year.


Apple's supplier orders extending out as far as early 2011

09/20, 3:50pm

Apple facing heavy orders, Moto making 5-6 phones

Apple's device orders are so heavy that it's already asking suppliers for orders as distant as early 2011, assemblers and chipset makers said on Monday. iPad, iPhone, iPod and MacBook demand is strong enough that Apple is scheduling orders into next year. The contacts didn't give Digitimes numbers or to say which models were the most affected.


Motorola Milestone 2 now official

09/01, 7:10am

GSM version of Droid 2 inbound Q4

After a teaser video briefly appeared on YouTube yesterday, Motorola has now unveiled the Milestone 2, a GSM version of the Droid 2. As expected, the Milestone 2 packs a 1Ghz OMAP processor, 512MB of RAM and connects to the web through HSPA-based 3G or 802.11n Wi-Fi. Taking full advantage of its Android 2.2 OS, the device will also act as a 3G mobile hotspot, supporting up to five other Wi-Fi devices. Additional connectivity includes DLNA media sharing and Bluetooth 2.1.


Motorola updates Android schedule, nixes Devour upgrades

08/23, 1:55pm

Motorola shows updated Android upgrade schedule

Motorola has posted an Android software upgrade schedule on its support forums website detailing when users can expect to get their handsets freshened up. In the US, the Backflip is said to get the upgrade to Android 2.1 this summer, with the Cliq and Cliq XT getting it early in the fall or late in the summer, as it's currently undergoing testing. The Droid X will get the latest Android 2.2 software later this summer.


Fears raised, downplayed over Droid X bootloader lock

07/15, 1:15pm

Droid X likely to be hacked without bricking it

With the Motorola Droid X arriving in stores, hackers have expressed concerns that it might be hardware-locked. An e-fuse chip is present in Motorola's phone that locks the bootloader and could theoretically "brick" the phone if modified. The limit could prevent custom firmware for speed, newer versions of Android or otherwise unofficial upgrades.


Moto Milestone XT720 brings 720p, Motoblur

06/07, 9:15am

Motorola XT720 reaches Europe before Droid Xtreme

Motorola started off the week by bringing its most advanced touch-only phone so far to the West. The Milestone XT720 is a direct export of the MOTOROI and carries its upgraded 8-megapixel camera with performance fast enough to handle 720p video recording and playback. Motoblur still carries over to this phone and here gets upgraded to Android 2.1.


Moto Milestone with N. American 3G shows at Bluetooth SIG

01/26, 4:05pm

Moto Milestone shows up at Bluetooth SIG

While there is no indication of the Motorola Milestone that was rumored to arrive at Canada's Telus today, the handset has been spotted at the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. In the Bluetooth SIG, the phone only goes by the name of A853, indicating this is not the CDMA version (the A855) now at Verizon, but likely the Telus variant.



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