Motorola is not daring to impress this year at GSMA. The new Motorola W161 and W181 are just simple phones for making calls.
Motorola has announced the launch of two new candybar phones -- the W161 and the W181 -- both are equally as boring as each other
Moto's booth at GSMA isn't really worth a visit.
Another day in Barcelona for the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 has come to a close, and here's a summary of it.
Motorola's cell phone business may be stumbling, but we shouldn't find any pleasure in its demise
Motorola just announced the launch of a slightly updated version of the Z6 handset -- the Z6w. There's not much to see but hey, at least it's new, right?
After four days at the GSMA World Congress, CNET takes a final look at the news from Barcelona.
Motorola's head of corporate development and strategy tells CNET News.com that the company doesn't want to lose its handset business.
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LG has whipped the covers off its stylish, touch-sensitive KF600 handset, and we think it's very attractive indeed