Motorola

Huawei an unlikely, but intriguing Apple iPhone competitor

Chinese tech companies are going direct. Huawei Honor 6 Plus is another example of low-cost mobile device being sold without a U.S. partner.

Google turns to Motorola for Nexus 6 – Yes!

For the first time in the history of Google's flagship Android program, Motorola Mobility is tapped as the device partner for the Nexus smartphone. Nexus 6 ships November 2014.

Droid to rise up (again)

Verizon and Motorola Mobility are expected to release a new Droid phone this October. But will the five year old Droid brand still appeal to consumers?

The Wearable Wave: Apple, Asus, Motorola, Samsung, LG and HTC (Odds-on favorites)

Plus: When will Amazon jump into the wearables market?

Watch: LG G Smartwatch Video Teases Design, But Not Much Else

LG released another teaser video for its upcoming "G Watch," another wearable based on Google's Android Wear platform.

Moto X + 1 Android Smartphone, a name only an engineer could love

Lenovo/Motorola Mobility will likely position the X + 1 as a friendly mid-range device. It could launch alongside the Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch this summer.

Smartwatch Comparo: Moto 360 vs. Pebble

It's going to get really tough for Pebble, the company. LG, HTC, Samsung and Motorola are all charging into the wearables space.

Android Wear: Uphill battle for smartwatch start-up Pebble?

Fitbit is a good example of a smaller player surviving in a world of Googles and Samsungs. Can Pebble win in the new wearable world of Android Wear?

Moto 360 could be first elegant Android Wear smartwatch (Video)

Others expected to release Android Wear-powered smartwatches include LG, Asus, HTC and Samsung. The big question: Why is Apple not already leading this market?

Lenovo buys Motorola Mobility – Great move for all

Hopefully Google has learned its lesson: Don't do hardware.