I'll show you how the big cell phone companies leave their mark on Android by altering the design of Google's mobile operating system.
commentary The Facebook phone isn't a phone at all, but a comprehensive skin that runs on top of the OS. Android purists will not be pleased.
Facebook could very well launch its own Android version at an event next week. But instead of more mobile Facebook, we just need better mobile Facebook.
Could the teased, custom-built Moto X smartphone be enough to get Motorola back in the Android game? I have my doubts.
Motorola may scrap the Motoblur brand when talking about its phones and tablets, but the software may still continue to exist in the background.
CNET chats with Motorola Senior Vice President of Product Management Rick Osterloh about Moto's strategy and focus.
At Mobile World Congress 2011, Motorola introduces several new features to its Motoblur to improve connectivity.
Motorola's latest releases continue to move away from the company's unsuccessful customisations of the Android platform, and closer to a pure "Google Experience".
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'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?