At Mobile World Congress 2011, Motorola introduces several new features to its Motoblur to improve connectivity.
The Xoom being Honeycomb's go-to gadget won't stop Motorola from putting its Motoblur user interface skin for Android on the tablet.
Motorola may scrap the Motoblur brand when talking about its phones and tablets, but the software may still continue to exist in the background.
MotoBlur can be convenient, informative, and a time-saver, as long as you use it wisely.
Motorola has designed a new service for Android that syncs all your social networks.
At the Mobilize conference held in San Francisco, Motorola unveiled Motoblur, a new user interface based around social networking. The Android OS-based skin will feature live widgets for integrating sites like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, as well as aggregating contact details and displaying recent status updates during calls. T-Mobile debuted the Cliq, a phone designed to use Motoblur.
Motorola will focus less on Motoblur -- the user interface skin it developed last year -- and more on its Android-sporting hardware
Motorola's Motoblur software for Android was never a selling point for its Android devices, and it looks like the company has seen the light, as it plans to focus less on Motoblur and more on its smartphones.
Motorola's Motoblur skin will be coming to the Xoom tablet as a software update, despite it being the flagship Honeycomb device, but in what form?
The Quench offers the Motoblur social-networking features we saw on the Dext but loses the keyboard. Can it slake our Android thirst?