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.
With version 2.0 of Webtop and the Lapdock 500 Pro, Motorola has taken another big step toward making the smartphone a viable replacement for a computer.
CNET takes you deeper into the variety of Webtop accessories for the Droid Bionic.
A gallery of the Droid Bionic's Webtop accessories.
While the tech media at CES 2011 queued up for a chance to see the new Xoom tablet, it was the Atrix and accessories that stole the show.
TechRepublic editor Jason Hiner tells the back story of Motorola's Webtop software, which just may give Google a big advantage in the brave new world of post-PC devices.
At least half a dozen of the virtual desktops are now struggling to find a market. They remain positive, but analysts are skeptical.
Hackers unlock Google Music Sync service and the Motorola Atrix 4G's webtop interface. Motorola announces that it'll upgrade your hacked Xoom. Meanwhile, the Android Market's trojan app fiasco gets much more complex with the announcement of a malicious version of Google's own Android Security Tool. All of that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly with Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin.