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Motorola Mobility Webtop

Webtop software enabled Motorola phones like the Atrix 4G to act like small laptops when installed into a special dock. Motorola Mobility told CNET that it wasn’t investing any more resources into its self-described “revolutionary” technology, which didn’t work as well as touted and never drummed up enough demand. What’s more, Motorola says some of the functionality was increasingly showing up in other technologies, including the Android OS itself. Newer Android phones such as Photon Q and Droid Razr Maxx HD, won’t include Webtop software.

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