Motorola has been tearing it up lately. The Moto X was the first big revolution in the smartphone industry in quite a while, with a very basic approach to software, minor modifications to AOSP to add incredibly useful and unique features and a fully-customizable chassis that you could make your own. The Moto G was ... Read More »
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Motorola Migrate is a useful app that comes pre-loaded on many new Motorola devices, like the Moto X, Moto G, Droid Maxx, Droid Ultra and Droid Mini. It lets you transfer your information, like contacts and calender events, from your old phone to your new one. This previously worked only with Android devices, where the ... Read More »
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Motorola announced three new wood finishes for the Moto X, due to come out January 21. These finishes look awesome, and I’m absolutely in love with the ebony backplate, ... Read More »
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When Motorola initially released the Moto X, the Moto Maker customization software was both a revolution and a bit disappointing at the same time. You could customize your phone, but where were the real wood options and availability for all carriers? Of course, Motorola eventually delivered on both requests, but it’s not done yet.
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The Moto X won our highly prestigious Editors’ Choice award for best smartphone of 2013 back in December, but one of the few downsides to the device is that it had to date only been available to buyers in the US, Canada and Latin America. Come February 1st that will finally end, with ... Read More »
The Moto X has an incredibly innovative feature called Active Display, which shows notifications using the AMOLED display and an orb in the center of the screen. This amazing feature is better than any notification LED, at least in my opinion. But a Moto X owner recently found an LED hidden on the Moto X. ... Read More »
Motorola has been slow to get the Moto X out and available in more than just the US. The device isn’t exclusive to the States anymore, but it’s hardly widely available. That could be changing soon, however, as Motorola has started handing out invites to a January 14 event that may point to a Moto ... Read More »
Motorola’s Touchless Control in the Moto X smartphone is a fantastic idea. It always listens for its keyword (OK Google Now), and even when the device is fast asleep, you can wake it up with that simple voice command and immediately tell it what to do. All this comes with minimal drain on the battery, ... Read More »
Motorola’s Cyber Monday deal was crazy. The website went down during the deal, so people couldn’t even take advantage of it. To make up for it, Motorola pushed the deal back a few days, but gave people two days to get a code for $150 off the full price of the device. And even then, ... Read More »
Advertising is everywhere. In this modern era, an ad has to be truly innovative or truly bizarre to catch our attention–especially when it comes to print. But an exceptionally unique phone such as the Moto X deserves an exceptionally unique ad. That’s exactly what Google and Motorola delivered between the pages of the January 2014 issue ... Read More »