The Moto G is an amazing deal as it is, offering some serious hardware for an incredibly low price of $180. It features a 4.5-inch 720p display, a quad core Snapdragon 400 processor, 8GB of memory, 1GB of RAM, a 5MP camera and Android 4.4 KitKat. The only thing it’s really missing is LTE, but ... Read More »
Following Samsung’s announcement of its Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event on Feb. 24, Motorola has revealed that it, too, will be throwing an MWC 2014 shindig. The company has sent out invitations for an event that’s taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 25, in Barcelona.
Motorola didn’t share many ... Read More »
What exactly is going on inside Google right now? Just hours after announcing it would be selling Motorola to Lenovo, word got out that the Advanced Technology and Products group (responsible for the modular phone concept Project Ara) formed inside Motorola would be staying with Google. Hot on the heels of ... Read More »
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While Lenovo will take ownership of Motorola Mobility, Google has actually kept one of the most interesting pieces of Motorola in this deal. The Advanced Technology and Projects group, headed by former DARPA Director Regina Dugan, is going to stay with Google.
The most public-facing product from this division is the modular phone ... Read More »
While we can try and say that nothing really shocks us anymore, we don’t think that any of us saw this coming. After reports started coming in fast and thick this afternoon that Lenovo was planning to buy Motorola Mobility from Google, it’s been confirmed by El Goog itself. The going price for Motorola is ... Read More »
It’s Tuesday, and that means we’re currently prepping for the weekly Android and Me Podcast. The show will go live tonight at 9:30 EST. While most of you get your podcast fix once it hits the RSS feed, we have a bit of an incentive for you to listen in during the live broadcast – ... Read More »
Motorola has offered several discounts on the Moto X to date, but maybe you’ve skipped out on them because of the timing or the fact that you just weren’t feeling the device at the time. That’s fine, but that doesn’t mean that Motorola ... Read More »
What’s the point of having friends if they can’t give you discounts? Motorola thought of this (not really), and as a result it started the “Friends With Moto” program. This service allows Motorola employees to hand out some pretty big discounts on the Moto X and Moto G to friends, and the process all depends ... Read More »
Motorola has been on top of updating the core apps on its new devices. Instead of resorting to system updates, which would have to be tested by both Motorola and the carriers, the company is releasing its apps on the Play Store for anyone who owns the device to update freely and quickly. This makes ... Read More »
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 »