While not exactly new, the company has introduced new versions of its on-ear, around-the-ear, and in-ear models under its new SoundTrue and Freestyle brands.
Google doesn't need the money, and it certainly has no problem with awareness. So why partner with a candy company at all?
The company has reportedly signed a confidential deal with Xoom Corp. that will lead to Motorola ceasing to use the "Xoom" brand for tablets.
EE has asked why Vodafone is advertising its 4G service when it hasn't launched yet, and has reportedly demanded the ads be pulled.
It appears that Verizon is readying its 5-inch variant of the recently announced J Butterfly.
The "4G" branding skirmish in Europe is finally over as the tech giant switches the wording on its tablets for sale from "Wi-Fi + 4G" to "WiFi + Cellular."
First came the shift in Australia. Now Apple in the U.K. is also rebranding the new iPad as "Wi-Fi + Cellular" to better reflect the local wireless situation.
Redmond is cutting the name "Azure" out of the branding for its cloud services on its billing portal.
T-Mobile may soon be adding the 5.3-inch smartphone-tablet hybrid to its lineup. But unlike the AT&T device, it may offer Ice Cream Sandwich.
Microsoft is attempting to bring a semblance of order to its currently confusing Windows application and services story.