Motorola is a bit later than the others in bringing an Android Wear smartwatch to the world, but seeing the general response towards the Moto 360 leaves me with no doubt in my mind that it’s the most anticipated Android Wear device that’s been announced. It’ll definitely ... Read More »
The successor to the Moto X, the Moto X+1, is one of the most anticipated devices of the summer. Per usual, the hypebeast is working to build up rumors regarding it. The latest leak comes courtesy of @evleaks, and it shows an alleged picture of the ... Read More »
Motorola’s Face-Off contest for the Moto 360 has gone really well and has received over 1,300 submissions. It must have been difficult narrowing it down to the top 10, but the company managed. The top 10 list has been revealed, and it looks pretty fantastic. Some of those watch faces are simply beautiful. I’ve chosen ... Read More »
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Right around a month after Motorola introduced us to an LTE-enabled version of the Moto G, that device has officially been put up for sale.
Motorola is now offering the Moto G 4G LTE on its website for $219 without a contract. The 4G-ified Moto G is available ... Read More »
Owning a Motorola device has been a fantastic experience lately. As the owner of a Moto X, I can say that update times have been fantastic. The Android 4.4 KitKat and Android 4.4.2 updates have come quicker than almost any ... Read More »
Motorola continues to be fantastic with providing timely updates: the next device to get the latest version of Android is the Moto G. Specifically, Moto G devices purchased in the US or Brazil. The update to Android 4.4.3 brings performance fixes, updated Phone and People apps and probably more (it’s not perfectly clear what 4.4.3 brings).
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Motorola’s “Try then Buy” promotion is all done, but if you’re still in search of a Moto X then Motorola has a new storage option to lure you in. The 64GB Moto X is now available for $449 through Moto Maker. Other than the extra storage that’s offered, the 64GB Moto X remains the same ... Read More »
In some very strange news, Motorola has announced on its homepage that it will allow people to try out the Moto X in a very unique way: you’ll be able to customize your own contract-free Moto X and use it for two weeks while only paying a single cent.
There are no details on this promotion ... Read More »
At this point it’s well established that most major phones are released in one year intervals. If Motorola follows the same path Samsung, HTC and Apple have, that means we’re right around the corner from a Moto X and Droid family refresh. Today, we’re getting our first look at a leak that might signal new ... Read More »
The Moto G has an issue that has annoyed many. The carrier is shown in the status bar at all times, taking up valuable space where notifications can go. That wouldn’t be a big deal, if some overseas carriers didn’t have ridiculously long names that took up the entirety of the space up there. It ... Read More »