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Motorola unveils Cliq XT Android smartphone

Posted in Motorola by Shane McGlaun on February 15th, 2010

MWC is underway in Spain and that means we can expect all sorts of new announcements in the mobile phone world this week. Ranging from new hardware to new handsets, lots of stuff is seen for the first time at MWC each year.

Motorola has unveiled its latest Android handset at the show called the Quench with Motoblur. The handset will be sold as the Cliq XT here in America, but both handsets will be identical. The screen is a 3.1-inch unit that supports touch and gestures. An onscreen keyboard handles data entry.

Motorola CLIQ in T-Mobile USA stores today

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2009

Motorola CLIQ now available to T-Mobile customersMotorola’s CLIQ has been available to existing T-Mobile USA users for a bit now, but until today it hasn’t been widely available to all who may want it.

Sure the launch has suffered a bit thanks to the DROID, but it’s MOTOBLUR you want right? All you need to do is find your nearest T-Mobile retail location and have $199.99 ready. Should be easy enough. Go get it.

Motorola CLIQ now available to T-Mobile customers

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2009

Motorola CLIQ now available to T-Mobile customersT-Mobile is continuing its Android assault with the CLIQ. The MOTOBLUR-running, physical keyboard phone is now available for current T-Mobile customers for $199. New subscribers have no choice but to wait until November 2nd to get one.

What are you waiting for. Get one. Some users are saying that it outdoes the G1 in nearly every way. What think you Brick readers? Is this the Android phone you’ve been waiting for? Let us know.

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T-Mobile announces Motorola Cliq pre-order start date

Posted in Motorola by Shane McGlaun on September 29th, 2009

motorolacliqtmIf you are among the masses waiting for the new Motorola Cliq Android smartphone with Motorola’s new Motoblur interface to hit the market new details were offered today. T-Mobile has announced when the pre-orders for the phone will begin.

T-Mobile will begin offering the Cliq with Motoblur for pre-order on October 19. Customers interested in the Cliq can register for more information today. Existing T-Mobile customers can pre-order on the 19 and the pre-order period will end on November 1.

Motorola CLIQ headed to T-Mobile next month, $200 on contract

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2009

Motorola CLIQ headed to T-Mobile next month, $200 on contractIf you’ve been waiting with baited breath for T-Mobile’s pre-order page for Motorola’s first Android device, we have some news for you. The carrier has just announced plans that the CLIQ will be $199.99 on a two-year contract.

To refresh your memory, the handset features a QWERTY keyboard and a full touch screen display, along with integration with Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Gmail, and other email services.

T-Mobile gets Motorola Cliq with Motoblur and Android

Posted in Motorola by Shane McGlaun on September 10th, 2009

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There has been all sorts of anticipation built up around the Motorola event held on the 10th where the company debuted its new Android smartphones. Among the new phones was the Motorola Cliq with Motoblur.

The handset is powered by Android and will be a T-Mobile exclusive when it hits the U.S. this fall. The handset has a QWERTY keyboard that slides out and a full touch screen display as well. Motorola designed the phone for tight integration with Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Gmail, and other email sources. Motoblur provides access to these features without needing to open or close any applications.

Clique CliqueCam

Posted in Webcams by Nino Marchetti on August 2nd, 2007

cliquecam.jpgClique Communications thinks you might want to have a little fun with your Web cam besides prancing in front of it like an idiot. To that end the company is now making available the colorful, flexible CliqueCam.

The CliqueCam, which retails for around $100, comes in six colors. It has a goose neck design which allows you to position it in ways which some might find unsavory. You can also detach it from its base to take it with you. Power is supplied through USB and Clique claims this device can deliver “HD-like 1024×768 video at 30fps.”

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Walmart and T-Mobile to launch wireless service

Posted in T-Mobile by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

Walmart is all set to release their self-branded wireless service called Walmart Family Mobile. It will work with T-Mobile’s GSM network, here in the US. Data usage will be $40 per gigabyte. The advantage of this service over others is that the balance, unused data is carried over to the next month.

The best phone in the line will be the Motorola Cliq XT. Walmart will also sell pre-paid wireless options from Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel. It will be available starting next week.

RIM and Motorola sued for alleged patent infringement

Posted in Motorola,RIM by Shane McGlaun on November 24th, 2009

motorola-logoPatent infringement suits are very common and more and more they are being fought in courts in East Texas. The judge in the area is known to side with the patent holders and as a result, cases from all over the country are ending up in the rural Texas courts.

The latest such case is being filed by Klausner Technologies. The firm holds patents that have to do with visual voice mail features. Klausner alleges that the Blackberry bold 9700 and other Blackberry handsets infringe on its patents.

100,000 DROID smartphones sold in first weekend?

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2009

Motorola DROID official on Verizon: $199 November 6thLike a Jawa in the Tatooine sun, apparently Motorola managed to sell a whole bunch of DROIDs over the weekend. According to analyst Mark McKechnie at Broadpoint AmTech, they managed to move about 100,000 Droids during the opening weekend. Most stores moved at least half of their original shipments.

He also estimates that Motorola will sell one million Android-based phones in Q4 2009 alone (that includes the CLIQ). Looks like Motorola has something to celebrate.



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