Alltel and U.S. Cellular both add the Motorola Q9c smartphone to their line-ups, including a lime-green model.
At CTIA 2008, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Motorola Q9c in lime green
The Motorola Q9c offers a refresh to Sprint's aging Motorola Q by bringing Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition, a revamped design with a better keyboard, and GPS.
Verizon Wireless adds the Motorola Q9c to its lineup of smartphones at CTIA 2008.
Google unveils the sweet nickname for its next version of the Android operating system, and a photo leak hints at what could be the next LG Nexus phone. Meanwhile, Motorola may have spoiled its upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch secrets.
Word on the street is that the rumoured Google and Motorola X Phone could introduce us to Android Key Lime Pie.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers advice to a reader looking for an unlocked smartphone. And will the next version of Android software, Key Lime Pie, have any new killer features?
Google has been given the green light to swallow up Motorola, so expect the two to become one next week.
According to ETSI, it has finally come to an agreement on the Nano-SIM standard. The only issue is, it didn't say which company won.
Mobile editor Brian Bennett joins us from New York as we discuss Google's new Play Store, voice apps, and NFC. Also, jelly beans and key lime pie make cameos.