Motorola’s Atrix and Xoom devices revenues

April 7, 2011
Motorola Xoom And Atrix Sales “Disappointing”
CrunchGear
John Biggs recaps Motorola’s Atrix and Xoom devices revenues.

“According to Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette, quoted in Forbes, sales of the Motorola Atrix and Xoom devices, darlings of the CES rodeo, have been ‘disappointing.’ Ironically, the very devices designed to bring Motorola out of its 2010 slump have added to its doldrums and Faucette believes that the company must ‘quickly adjust and refresh its product portfolio’ in order to remain competitive. He cited sales ‘cheaper’ smartphones like the the $49 iPhone 3GS as the primary reason for the lackluster performance.”

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Google Adds Malware Protection to Chrome 12
Webmonkey
Scott Gilbertson writes about a new malware protection tool coming in Chrome 12.

“The new feature will warn users whenever they download a Windows executable file that’s a known malware offender. Malware protection is already available to users of the Chrome dev channel, and Google hopes to roll it into Chrome 12 before Chrome 12 reaches the stable release channel.”

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Samsung’s 3D TV experience is getting cheaper: two pairs of glasses packed in, $50 for extras
MSPmentor
Richard Lawler writes about Samsung’s active shutter 3D glasses.

“As the battle between active and passive 3D glasses display technology heats up, Samsung has responded by announcing its cheapest pair of active shutter 3D glasses will cost $50 (previously $130) beginning May 1st. Additionally, all of its 3D-capable 2011 HDTVs will come with two pairs of glasses packed in, unless the purchase is eligible for the Megamind/Shrek starter kit that already comes with them. This move comes just as FPR-based displays from LG, Vizio, Toshiba and Philips hit the marketplace.”

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