The Motorola Devour is built to last and it delivers on features and performance. We'd make a few usability changes, and we were hoping for more than Android 1.6, but Motorola makes another good Android move.
This year, people will watch more media online and on devices than on televisions for the first time, though mostly because everyone is watching more media total, market research firm eMarketer estimates.
Microsoft Surface Pro runs Windows 8 Pro, which is needy when it comes to storage space. That leaves precious little space for user files on the 64GB version of the tablet.
Apple's virtual personal assistant spurs iPhone 4S owners to use double the data that iPhone 4 users do, according to a new study from Arieso.
We'll have a full review for you soon, but for now check out CNET's initial take on the Motorola Devour.
Supplies for both the Motorola Droid and Devour are limited, with no remaining shipments expected from Motorola, indicated that these products might be nearing the end of their life cycle.
Verizon begins to roll out a software update for the Motorola Devour that improves performance and enhances features, but doesn't bring Android 2.1.
Motorola is rolling out the Google Android phones fast and furious. How do two of the latest, Verizon's Devour and T-Mobile's Cliq XT, rate against each other? Read CNET's Prizefight to find out.
After a limited Best Buy release, the Android-powered Motorola Devour in Verizon's retail locations.
It's a smartphone face-off between Motorola family members. Both phones are bringing touch screens and Android OS, but who will be the King of the Ring?