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Motorola Puts a Fork in Webtop and the Lapdock

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Why not just put a fork into Motorola

bluecoyote

Oct 7, 2012, 5:24 PM
Seriously, why is Google keeping them around? They did a dead-cat bounce with the original Droid and went back to making garbage. Meanwhile, they've done nothing but brutally punish anyone who's bought in to their ecosystem by pulling stunts like these.
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island-guy

Oct 7, 2012, 9:28 PM
I was pretty ticked when they led everyone on with the 'imminent' ICS update for the Atrix 4G only to cancel it all if a sudden last week..... Seriously WTF? I will never buy another Motorola product that's for sure.
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tschlicht

Oct 8, 2012, 7:42 AM
Really? Not going to buy another Moto phone because they didn't upgrade to ICS? Yeah I'm bummed too, but with that logic you won't by any smartphone again. They all pull this non upgrade thing.
To the guy saying they make junk. Have you owned one? I've got the Atrix 4G and now the Razr M. Both awesome solid phones. Wake up!
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island-guy

Oct 8, 2012, 1:09 PM
I still have my Atrix 4G and I do thoroughly enjoy it. I really anticipated the ICS upgrade to keep this phone for a little while longer or at least to get the drivers so the developer community could bring full functionality to ICS based ROMs. My gripe is that it's one thing to say there's no update, end of conversation right? However, to say the update is definitely coming and all of a sudden cancel it with no reason? How can you not feel burned? Maybe it's something Google has to do to get where they want to in the mobile business but I don't think it's a good idea to burn your current customers with this kind of crap.
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