Hello, Moto?

What a difference a trade show makes. Though Motorola dominated CES back in January, it didn’t even whimper at CTIA 2011 last week. Indeed, the company announced no new phones and its small booth was way at the back of the show floor. I had to look on the map to find it, actually, and once there I found just a small table showing its latest phones and tablets. Moto’s small CTIA presence was surprising, particularly for a company that had stormed into 2011 with a gallery of high-profile devices like the Atrix 4G, the Droid Bionic, and the Xoom tablet. I was okay with it taking a lower profile at Mobile World Congress–it still put together a shiny booth–but I fully expected all hands on deck at CTIA. If anything, the company had to prove my prediction right that it was back, and back in a big way. I’m trying to be patient, but I may have spoken too soon. It’s not a good time for Moto to be scarce, as we need a boost of renewed confidence about its celebrated CES products. Yes, I know expectations for those devices were huge, and I accept that Moto hasn’t been… Read full this story

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