Motorola will stop supporting Webtop, its software that allowed your mobile to power a laptop.
The company says adoption wasn't strong enough to justify additional resources.
Motorola will cut its Webtop software from the upcoming Atrix HD release on the AT&T network in the US, saying that the exclusion of the software helps the company to meet a lower price point for customers.
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