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.
At least half a dozen of the virtual desktops are now struggling to find a market. They remain positive, but analysts are skeptical.
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.
This Is My Next has the scoop on the latest Atrix 2.