In the last few years, Verizon and Motorola have been best buds. They had a deal to make some pretty nice exclusive devices for the carrier under the DROID line, which was fairly popular (especially around the original DROID days). One of these devices was the Maxx variant, which stood out due to its huge ... Read More »
With rumors flying about a new Nexus device, it’s time again to test the waters. Who really should create the next Nexus device? Signs are pointing to Motorola creating a whale of a phone, aptly named Shamu, that’s set to be branded as a Nexus device. If that’s the next Nexus device, then what’s happening ... Read More »
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.
Most Tweeted This Week
Last month, rumors suggested that HTC might contribute to Google’s Nexus program in 2014 with a new 9-inch tablet codenamed “Volantis.” Now the rumor mill claims that HTC may not be the only manufacturer building a Nexus this year.
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 ... 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 »
Despite there being very few differences between Android 4.4.2 and 4.4.4, Motorola is determined to keep its devices on the latest version of Android. Not only was there a limited rollout of Android 4.4.3 for a few devices, now some devices are getting Android 4.4.4. That’s the absolute latest version of Android available.
According ... Read More »
Motorola just brought the Moto X and Moto Maker to Germany, but now the company is facing some issues there. Due to a patent case filed by LPKF, Motorola is no longer allowed to sell the Moto X and Moto G in Germany. The patent in question covers Laser ... 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.
... Read More »