Motorola Droid RAZR HD Specs Revealed
The latest member of Motorola’s revitalised RAZR family looks set to get the High Definition treatment after an employee posted some specs on Picasa. The specs name the phone as the Motorola Droid RAZR HD along with various camera credentials that suggest it will be able to hold its own with other high-end camera phones. Stating its aperture as f2.4 this puts the Droid RAZR HD alongside that of the iPhone 4S, while the handset is also thought to be able to capture 13-megapixel snaps.
4G Wireless Can Be Faster Than Wired Internet
With those kinds of speeds, your mobile device can do everything your wired devices can do. Watch a video? No problem and no pauses as it streams to the phone. Download a big fat file? Don't give it a second thought. At least until the wireless bills come in. That's the rub with 4G wireless: While the performance is unprecedented, you have to be very careful how you use it. As those "unlimited" data plans bite the dust in favor of expensive pay-per-MB plans, truly taking advantage of 4G speed could end up costing you hundreds of dollars per month.
Google May Use Motorola Acquisition to Emulate Apple’s iPhone Strategy
Google’s $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility currently awaits regulatory approval in China and then it will be complete. When the Internet giant proposed the buyout last summer, it confirmed that it planned to protect its Android mobile operating system with Motorola’s extensive patent portfolio. The company also ensured partners that a “firewall” would be put in place between the development of Android and Motorola’s handset division. According to a recent report, however, Google may have originally wanted to buy Motorola for its patents, but it has come to realize that it would rather follow in Apple’s footsteps.
Verizon’s 4G LTE Network Coming To 27 New Markets This Week
America’s largest 4G network is getting a little larger this Thursday. Verizon has announced it will bring its 4G LTE network into 27 new markets this week, and will be expanding the service in 44 of its existing markets. The expansion makes Verizon’s 4G LTE network available in a total of 230 markets, which — according to Verizon — makes the service available to more than two thirds of the U.S. population.