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Motorola embraces direct-to-consumer model with new Moto G, Moto X phones

Lenovo's Motorola Mobility brand introduced a trio of new smartphones, including two intended for the U.S. market, and the company is embracing the direct-to-consumer route. Motorola is hoping its brand cachet and lower prices compared to flagship phones from Apple and Samsung Electronics that will give it a leg up over other OEMs that are also selling phones directly to consumers.

Carriers, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and others put anti-theft measures in place for smartphones

CTIA said that a group of wireless carriers and smartphone makers had implemented a set of voluntary principles aimed at stopping smartphone theft. The announcement came just as a California law requiring smartphones sold in the state to have a "kill switch" went into effect.  

Lenovo's mobile chief steps down amid slowdown in Chinese smartphone market

Lenovo's mobile chief is stepping down from his role amid a slowdown in the Chinese smartphone market and a push from Lenovo to expand its online sales presence.

Amid slowdown in China, Lenovo notches 18.7M global smartphone shipments in Q1

In reporting its most recent financial results, Lenovo said it will need to rework its smartphone strategy in its native China amid a slowing and saturating market there, but pointed to stronger sales through its Motorola Mobility brand.

Motorola's Osterloh calls Apple's prices 'outrageous' in response to criticism from Ive

Motorola Mobility President Rick Osterloh blasted Apple's prices as "outrageous" and said that Motorola and Apple have different design philosophies and strategies. The comments appear to be a slap back against Apple executive Jony Ive, who appears to have issued veiled insults against Motorola in a recent magazine article.

Lenovo's Motorola sells record 10M smartphones in Q4

Lenovo reported stronger-than-expected quarterly earnings and said that its Motorola Mobility unit is performing well. The company said it could grow its smartphone business to 30 percent of its total revenues.

Samsung loses top smartphone vendor title to Apple in Q4, according to analysts

Samsung Electronics lost its crown as the world's sole top smartphone vendor to Apple in the fourth quarter for the first time in three years, according to analysts, following Apple's record iPhone sales and another drop in sales and earnings for Samsung's mobile division.

Report: Apple likely sold more iPhones in China than in the U.S. last quarter

Apple likely sold more iPhone units in China in its most recent quarter than it did in the United States, according to a Financial Times report. If the report proves accurate, this would be the first time iPhone sales in China have outpaced those in the U.S. market.

Motorola to return to China with Moto X, G and X Pro

Lenovo's Motorola Mobility brand is coming back to China, as promised. The company said it will start selling LTE versions of the second-generation Moto X and second-generation Moto G, as well as a new phone called the Moto X Pro.

Lenovo warns of end of 'hypergrowth' in Chinese smartphone market as Q3 mobile sales dip

Lenovo, which recently assumed the mantle of No. 3 global smartphone maker with the closing of its $2.91 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, nevertheless saw its mobile revenue slip in the third quarter. Further, CEO Yang Yuanqing warned of the end of "hypergrowth" in the Chinese smartphone market.