Moto X to be released October 1st as Telus exclusive

The new Motorola Moto X is set to be released tomorrow, October 1st, as a Telus exclusive. It will be available for purchase both in stores and online for $100 on a 2-year contract or $600 outright. The much-anticipated Moto X will only be available in in soft-touch black for the time being. A white […]

Motorola announces upcoming releases, new Moto X

Motorola recently discussed the possibility of the additions of a Moto Smartwatch and a new Moto X at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain,

Google sells Motorola to Lenovo

Google has confirmed that it has sold its Motorola unit to Lenovo for 2.91 billion. Visit for more!

Moto G now available at TELUS

Motorola’s affordable new Moto G is now available at TELUS for $200 no commitment or $0 on any two-year contract. Visit to learn more!

Global demand for mobile TV increases

Consumers desire for “anytime, anywhere” entertainment is radically changing the traditional TV viewing experience outside of Canada, according to a global study released today by Motorola Mobility.

One notable finding in the global study of video consumption habits among 9,000 consumers in 16 markets was the rapid increase in mobile TV viewing in the past year.

Motorola Droid Razr now on sale in Canada

Back in 2004, the Motorola Razr was the sleekest, coolest phone to own. For the next several years, until the introduction of the Apple iPhone in 2007, it was the top selling phone in North America.

This month, Motorola is back with a new Android powered Razr, which the company hopes will help boost its fortunes in the smartphone arena. Early reviews of the device are generally quite positive with CNET calling it on of the top Android smartphones of the year.

Rogers Cable

Rogers Cable Inc., a subsidiary of Rogers Communications Inc., is Canada’s 2nd largest cable television service provider with 2.3 million basic cable subscribers with almost three-quarters being of them also subscribing to digital cable.

The company, which offers cable service to 3.66 million homes in Southern Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, competes with satellite services Bell Satellite TV and Shaw Direct.

Google buying Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion

Google and Motorola Mobility announced this morning that the search giant will buy Motorola Mobility Holdings for $12.5 billion USD.

The search giant and creators of the Android Smartphone operating system has agreed to pay $40 a share for Motorola, a premium of 63% over its closing price on Friday.

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