Sunday, October 2, 2011

Motorola gets 7 years after launch, in time for Droid RAZR

Seven years after Motorola launched the Motorola RAZR, called by some the ”iPod of Mobile Phones”, it has secured the rights to the domain name, through Corporation Service Company (CSC), a company that specializes in corporate identity protection, says
While the RAZR is one of Motorola’s brands, the timing of the acquisition could continue to strengthen rumors that Motorola is planning to combine two of its most recognizable brands into a new device called the “Droid RAZR“.
It doesn’t appear Motorola used legal means to acquire the domain, as no cases are found in the online databases of the National Arbitration Forum or WIPO.  However, it’s possible lawyers for Motorola sent the owner a cease-and-desist letter.
It’s also very possible that Motorola opened up its wallet and paid the previous owner a large sum of money to get the name quickly.  I’ve reached out to the previous owner of for more details, and will update this post if I hear back. was only recently registered in mid September, the same day rumors began to surface of a “Droid RAZR” smartphone.  However, Motorola doesn’t appear to be the owner.

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