2,500 people were interviewed with 45% saying they were watching some television shows online, with the French leading the way.
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Google’s decision to redirect Chinese searchers to Google.com.hk is having some serious repercussions. On Monday, Chinese Internet company Tom Online distanced itself from Google. China Unicom followed suit on Wednesday. And now, Motorola has also turned its back on the search giant.
Motorola has announced a "global" alliance with Microsoft, which will see Bing used as the default search engine on Motorola Android-based devices. The move begins in China, where obviously there is some turmoil between Google and that country, but again, this is being called a "global" alliance that is "launching" in China.
Although Nexus One sales estimates haven’t exactly blown everybody’s minds so far, it seems that the cell-phone-you-can-only-buy-from-Google experiment is going to continue. Motorola’s co-CEO announced today that his company is working on device for it.
Motorola is allowing Internet users in China to use Baidu or other search engines on its handsets with Google’s Android operating system.
Baidu is Google’s chief rival in the search market in China. "Users will be able to select their search experience from a number of providers including Baidu and others, with whom Motorola has signed strategic agreements," the company said.
People who like to try new cell phones on a regular basis should brace themselves; this year, Motorola’s going to do its best to make it rain Android devices. In an interview today, one exec committed to releasing something like two dozen smartphones based on the mobile operating system.
More than half (51%) of holiday shoppers across 11 countries used their mobile phones for in-store activities such as comparison shopping, getting peer feedback, product information and coupons, according to a new study by Motorola.
The Motorola Droid advertising campaign is in full swing, and I’m sure by now you’ve seen the commercials, if not you can see the commercial below. Basically, the campaign is all about taking digs at the iPhone while showing Motorola’s support for the Android OS.
More than two weeks after Motorola started hyping a mysterious Android-related event, the big day’s come, and the company’s first Android phone has been unveiled. Called the Cliq, the device has succeeded in impressing people so far.
The Cliq is equipped with a physical keyboard, but remains thinner than most competing slider phones. It comes with a D-Pad, too, which should be useful for games and a great many apps.
Motorola’s not yet spilling many details, but the telecommunications company has something big planned for September 10th. What’s more, unless the company’s representatives have just developed a love of little robots, the announcement is related to Google’s Android operating system.
You can see the invitation that Motorola’s been sending around – complete with Android figure – below for yourself. All we’ve removed from the image is one email address for the sake of saving somebody from spam.
Reports indicate that Motorola may be preparing to lay off thousands of employees, and this doesn’t bode well for all sorts of projects and divisions. However, it seems that Google’s Android is being regarded as a potential company-saver, since it should both survive the cuts and become a central focus.
The market’s been open for about 90 minutes, and the Dow’s down 265 points. Corporations are likely to keep cutting jobs and staying away from everything risky. But a new report indicates that Motorola’s quite confident in Google’s Android platform, as it’s putting around 350 people on an Android development team.
Europeans like their TV viewing as much as Americans and nearly half are watching television on the Internet, according to a study from Motorola. The days of waiting until primetime to watch favorite shows are going by the wayside as users are taking control of their viewing.
The global number 2 handset maker will preinstall Yahoo services on its Linux and Java platform mobile phones.
Motorola Labs, the applied research arm of Motorola, Inc., today unveiled a working 5-inch color video display prototype based on proprietary Carbon Nanotube (CNT) technology – a breakthrough technique that could create large, flat panel displays with superior quality, longer lifetimes and lower costs than current offerings.
Apparently, downloadable music for mobile phones is becoming an item of considerable interest. Apple and Motorola have solidified a deal that would allow songs from iTunes to be downloaded and played on compatible phones. Recently, Napster announced they would also be offering downloadable ringtones from their service.
Worldwide CMTS revenue grew a solid 18% from 1Q04 to 2Q04.
Motorola Inc. grabbed a lot of headlines in February when it announced the world’s first mobile phone that runs Linux, however, developers won’t be able to create Linux applications and run those on the phone because Linux is not secure enough, Motorola spokesman David Rudd said Wednesday.