Motorola has announced that the RAZR and RAZR MAXX will receive the upgrade to Android 4.1.
Motorola is preparing a soak test for Jelly Bean on the RAZR and RAZR MAXX, signaling a potential wide release soon.
The Apple vs. Samsung patent infringement trial is not exclusive to the two companies, but it has brought other tech companies involved.
In a move expected since August, Motorola Mobility declared Monday that they would be shutting down operations in South Korea by next year, laying off 500 workers and no longer marketing or selling phones in the country.
Despite school starting up again and the election campaign revving up, September 2012 will likely become remember as the month when Apple announced and released the iPhone 5.
But don't tell Nokia, Motorola, Amazon, Microsoft, or even Samsung that. Unless it is some sort of coincidence, all the aforementioned companies are holding their own conferences to show off their new toys before Apple gets a chance to take the spotlight. The emergence of these events is not clear, but could surely be a sign that these companies are panicking and feel the need to find any means possible to diminish Apple's attention.
Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, is alleging that Apple has infringed on seven of its patents.