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January 20, 2005

Sharpening the (somewhat dull) Razr edge

BusinessWeek reports on Motorola’s plans to produce a line of handsets based upon the Razr V3. In case you somehow missed it (I’m not sure how you could have if you’re in the US and watch television, because Cingular carpet bombed the airwaves with Razr ads over the holidays), the V3 is a new top […]

March 22, 2007

Moto woes

Motorola’s first quarter earnings aren’t looking good, and the market’s rewarding MOT with a big fat drop (stock closed down 6.62% for the day, at a new 52-week low). What happened? In a word, Razr. In a few words: Too much Razr, too little else. SeekingAlpha also notes: Zander said that the second quarter would […]

July 20, 2006

Nokia versus Motorola, by the numbers

Nokia Q2 numbers are out. In a nutshell: NOK shipped 78.4 million phones in Q2 2006 compared to 60.8 million units in Q2 2005 Smart phone (Nokia Multimedia unit) revenues rose 37% to 1.89 billion euros ($2.36 billion) Average selling price declined to 102 euros ($127) from 105 euros, due to large volumes of cheap […]

September 27, 2005

Nokia and Motorola 2MPix cellcam music machines

Everybody’s been blogging about the Palm+Microsoft lovefest so I thought I’d cover two other new devices that might be important and more widely used in the long run. Both Motorola and Nokia announced 2 megapixel cellcams yesterday. They both support memory cards and various digital audio formats, promising to be good cellpods as well as […]

February 8, 2005

Two months of LG L1400 use is enough

I’ve been using the LG L1400 for the last couple of months and I’m longing to have a Series 60 or at least MIDP 2 powerhouse back as my main mobile. Stacked against the L1400 for developers: You can’t test any ideas you might have for Nokia’s new Python implementation. No MIDP 2 support severely […]

February 6, 2005

Highlights from year one

It’s been a year today since I launched my WordPress powered blog on and started shifting my blogging attention here in lieu of my blog. 249 posts later, I feel like I’m finally catching my stride. Of course it helps to have plenty of time to spend reading and writing… 🙂 Many of […]

November 26, 2004

My new LG L1400

In leaving Nokia, I had to give up my company owned 7610. This was a sad day indeed because it is a truly fantastic device IMO, but on the other hand losing the 7610 also presented me with an opportunity to revisit which features are most important to me and which handsets on the US […]