Motorola Launches New Developer Program
Jan 7, 2003, 3:05 PM by (staff)
Motorola today announced the launch of the company's new global developer program, MotoCoder. The program provides customized support for each developer partner, along with access to free development tools, product portfolio information, technical training, new business models and distribution channels. The global program kicks off today in China with the first MotoCoder developer event in Shanghai.
LeEco Selling the Pro3 and S3 Through Target
Jan 11, 2017
LeEco has struck a distribution deal with Target and is now selling its Pro3 (pictured) and S3 handsets via Target's web site. The two phones are available online for $400 and $250, respectively, and are sold unlocked.
Lenovo Reveals Moto Strategy for 2016
Feb 22, 2016
At an event at Mobile World Congress this week, Motorola unit President Rick Osterloh gave an update on the integration of Motorola Mobility into Lenovo, and gave new information on some future plans. The mobility unit of the company is now profitable.
AT&T Announces 'DirecTV Now' Internet-Based TV Service
Nov 28, 2016
AT&T today announced an over-the-top television service called DirectTV Now. It includes a range of live, streamed television and on-demand content at a variety of price points.
Apple Debuts (Product) Red Special Edition iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
Apr 9, 2018
Apple today revealed a new color option for the iPhone 8: (Product) Red. The red iPhone 8 carries over all the same features and functions from the older color variants of the iPhone.