We’re already expecting to see a new Moto X and Moto G along with some Moto 360 launch info at Motorola’s September 4 event, but now it looks like Moto might have a new accessory for us there as well.
The FCC has revealed a new version of the Read More »
Motorola seems really eager to get rid of its remaining stock of the Moto X. We know the phone hasn’t sold all that well, but the constant sales this summer have really given people the chance to pick one up cheap. And we’re not complaining; it’s an absolutely wonderful device and I’m ... Read More »
Right on the heels of the Android 4.4.4 soak test starting its rollout for the Sprint Moto X, AT&T has released the Android 4.4.4 update to its own model of the Moto X. But you don’t have to be a participant of the soak test ... Read More »
It appears that Motorola’s insanely quick update pace has slowed down as of late. While KitKat is abundant on the company’s more recent devices, updates to the very latest – and insignificantly different – versions of Android have slowed down. However, Sprint and Motorola have one for us now.
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No device is safe from Dan Rosenberg. Most famous for his earlier Motorola DROID exploits unlocking the bootloader of devices previously thought to be unhackable, the man has found another exploit that affects a staggering amount of devices.
At the Blackhat 2014 conference, Rosenberg demonstrated this exploit by unlocking the bootloader of a Moto X ... Read More »
When it comes to Motorola hardware, much of the recent news has been on the unannounced Moto X+1. Today it’s time to talk about the phone that actually exists, the Moto X, and share some news that ought to please existing X owners.
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Motorola has been pushing Android 4.4.4 to various devices for most of July, and today that rollout is continuing with the Verizon version of the Moto X.
Verizon today posted a changelog for the Moto X’s Android 4.4.4 update to its support ... Read More »
There have been a multitude of Moto X+1 leaks in recent months, but most of them have focused on the device’s name or its customization options. Today we’re finally getting a look at what may be the X+1 itself.
An Android Police source has shared ... Read More »
If you’re a Republic Wireless customer, or you’ve been looking to switch, here’s your incentive. The carrier is offering a new deal: with your purchase of a Moto X, you’ll receive a free Chromecast. This will save you $35 on the little streaming dongle, though you’ll have to shell out $299 for the Moto X ... Read More »
Moto Maker has slowly been rolling out to various countries of the world, bringing custom devices to those who want them. First available here in the US, Moto Maker allows you to customize a device (currently only the Moto X) by changing various aspects, like color and finish. The latest country to get Moto Maker is Germany.
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