Motorola foldable smartphone tech could prove revolutionary

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Motorola has been granted a USPTO patent. On June 14th, 2018, the mobile communications company was granted a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its upcoming Motorola foldable smartphone. The patent is called “Method to recover permeant set in foldable display,” according to a LetsGoDigital report. Motorola has reportedly figured out how to improve upon flexible OLED displays. Whether you like the idea of a Motorola foldable smartphone or not, chances are that these devices will be the future. Of course, it’s not just Motorola…

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Scanning QR codes is a new feature among the Motorola updates

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There have been a broad spectrum of updates including to the gallery and camera apps, and album saving. Motorola has now started rolling out some considerable updates to its gallery and camera apps, which are now able to provide a range of new features with compatibility with the older Moto devices, including scanning QR codes. The new camera app comes with a built-in quick response code scanner so that the barcodes can be read. In this way, it means that Moto smartphones can be used to scan QR codes without…

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Smartwatches from Motorola – Moto 360 – receive massive software update

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This wearable technology device based on Android Wear will automatically improve battery life. The maker of the Moto 360 smartwatches, Motorola, has now released an important update for the devices that will give the user the benefits of automatically shutting off ambient mode in order to enjoy an improvement of 15 percent in its battery life. The company has announced that a number of other improvements are included in this update for its wearables. Among the changes to the smartwatches that will go into effect through the update will include…

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Moto 360 smartwatch rumors reveal possible price

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The Motorola wearable technology that will run on Google’s Android Wear operating system is bringing huge speculations. Ever since the first announcement of the existence of the Moto 360 smartwatch, which will be released this year and will be based on the new wearable technology operating system from Google called Android Wear, the rumor mill has been churning. Now, it is believed that the price of the mobile device may have been revealed. The Moto 360 smartwatch and the LG G Watch were both announced back in March, very shortly…

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Smartwatches teaser video released to introduce the Moto 360

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One of the wearable technology devices that are predicted to make the biggest splash in 2014 is teasing consumers. There are a few smartwatches based on Android that are expected to be big releases, this year, one of which is the Moto 360 from Motorola, and it has now put out a video that is designed to tease customers into falling in love with the device and to build some hype around its launch. Google is also hopeful that this wearable technology will help to propel the Android Wear OS…

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NFC technology could help bring in a new generation of mobile communication

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NFC technology may help change communication Technology has become a highly integrated part of society around the world, and this integration has been accelerated by the advent of mobile devices. In the past, technology was either restricted to a desk in the form of a stationary computer or in a person’s hands in the form of a smartphone or tablet. Wearable technology, however, is becoming more prominent, especially as NFC technology and augmented reality continue to attract attention. NFC-enabled tattoos coming from Motorola Motorola has applied for a new patent…

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Rumor confirmed: Google acquires Viewdle

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Google acquisition of Viewdle finalized Earlier this week, rumors regarding Google’s acquisition of augmented reality and facial recognition specialist Viewdle began making their way throughout the world. Neither company had been keen to confirm or deny the rumors when they first began appearing, noting that they were simply matters of speculation. It seems, however, that the rumors were indeed true, as Google has announced that the acquisition of Viewdle has been finalized. The company has been incorporated into Google’s Motorola unit, where it will see its technology put to extensive…

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The reason Google hasn’t yet placed its focus on tablets

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Inside the span of twenty four hours, Google held two large events; the first in New York with its subsidiary, Motorola, and the second in Hong Kong with its partner, Samsung. Though there had been some speculation here and there on the internet that there would be a new generation of the Xoom tablet announced, or that there would be a preview available for the next Android-based Galaxy Tab running on the new version of the operating system, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich, neither of those events placed any focus on…

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Google acquires Motorola Mobility and its over 17,000 patents

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Many high-tech experts were surprised by Google’s latest acquisition bid of $12.5 billion for Motorola Mobility, an Android phone manufacturer. The all-cash, $40 per share deal comes at a premium of 63 percent. Google has announced that if the deal closes in 2011 or at the beginning of 2012, it will be running Motorola Mobility as its own company. Should the deal close, Google will be receiving more than just a cell phone manufacturer. The first major thing that it will obtain is patent protection, as Motorola currently holds over…

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YouTube is a stroke of mobile marketing genius

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As Google continues the implementation of a strategy that has been designed to keep the internet giant at the head of the mobile marketplace, YouTube is being acknowledged as an important element of that effort. Its recent purchase of Motorola is only one of its many steps into the mobile world, that have also included a number of services such as mobile payments, which are currently being tested and are expected to begin taking off in the near future. What has been considered quite surprising is that its ownership of…

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