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Motorola picks new marketing chief for mobile unit

Motorola has picked a former Samsung and Pizza Hut executive to lead marketing efforts at its struggling mobile division, reports Forbes.

Study: Samsung and LG lead handset recovery

New data published today by Strategy Analytics reveals that global mobile phone shipments in the second-quarter declined 8 percent compared to a year ago, but showed “tentative signs of stabilisation.”

Motorola posts Q2 profit as revenue falls

BREAKING NEWS: Struggling vendor Motorola has reported a net profit in the second quarter despite a drop in revenue, sending its shares up 7.6 percent

Motorola talks up Android devices strategy

Motorola has reaffirmed plans to focus on Google’s Android platform as it attempts to spearhead a recovery in its handsets division.

Moto looks to expand govt/enterprise businesses

Motorola co-CEO Greg Brown has said that the vendor will look to expand its government and corporate mobility businesses – possibly via acquisitions – once the long-awaited spin-off of its mobile phone unit is completed.

Report: Motorola’s new Android devices ‘leaked’

Specifications of Motorola’s long-awaited Android-based smartphones have reportedly been leaked online this week, with the ‘Morrison’ (pictured, right) and ‘Sholes’ (pictured, below left) codenamed-devices allegedly heading for T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, respectively.

Motorola takes LTE tour to Sweden

Motorola is demoing LTE technology to Scandinavian operators as it attempts to win deals for the next-generation standard.

Motorola shares up as US Android support grows

Shares in Motorola rose 8.3 percent yesterday – to US$8.50 – off the back of major US operator support for its new Android-based handsets, reports Reuters.

Blockbuster brings movies to Motorola phones

Movie rental retailer Blockbuster has signed a deal with Motorola to being “thousands” of titles to select models of the US vendor’s devices.

Motorola boosts mobile network security

Motorola is adding vulnerability assessment to its wireless intrusion-prevention system (IPS) device so that organisations can scan for security holes in Wi-Fi and fixed-line networks, reports Computerworld. ‘AirDefense Wireless Vulnerability Assessment’ is expected to ship next month.