Ubuntu and Android make for a mobile one-two punch

Canonical will turn Android phones into Ubuntu desktops, which could eliminate the need to carry a laptop. The idea of using a docked phone as a full-fledged desktop computer isn’t new — remember Motorola’s lapdock? — but Canonical is better suited to make the concept work.

Motorola and Sprint team up for Android Photon 4G

Motorola and Sprint, both in the midst of fighting bigger competition, have banded together with the Photon 4G, a new Android flagship device that supports international service. The Photon 4G provides a big punch for Sprint and Motorola and strengthens the relationship between the two.

Atrix 4G: Great Phone, Media Center; Sub-Par Laptop

The Motorola Atrix 4G is one of the first Android handsets with a dual core processor and super high resolution touchscreen. The device also works with a modular laptop dock and home entertainment dock. The phone is great and so are one of these two docks.

MobileTechRoundup Podcast 231

Join Matt and Kevin live for this week’s mobile tech podcast where they’ll discuss Nokia’s choice to use Windows Phone 7 for smartphones, the mobile chip wars and hands-on thoughts of the Atrix 4G and Inspire 4G. Participate in the show via the live chat room

Motorola Atrix 4G and Laptop Dock: A First Look Video

A Motorola Atrix 4G review kit arrived here from AT&T a few short hours ago, and I quickly set out to capture the unboxing on video, mainly because I received the full monty: the Atrix handset, standard dock, Laptop Dock, wireless keyboard, remote and mouse.

5 Reasons the $499 Atrix Laptop Dock Is a Tough Sell

The Motorola Atrix Laptop Dock was one of the most innovative devices shown off at last month’s Consumer Electronics Show. But with a $499 price tag, there are at least five reasons that this accessory is going to be a hard sell to most mainstream consumers.

Motorola at CES: Smartphones, Tablets and a Lapdoc?

Motorola debuted some products that were expected and one that wasn’t. We figured to see new dual-core smartphones for 4G networks, as well as an Android tablet, but now about a phone that docks into a laptop shell to be your full-fledged computer?