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David Schuster, Senior Director of SW Product Management at Motorola Mobility announced today that Android 5.1 Lollipop has begun rolling out to the Moto X.
During a recent interview, one Lenovo executive hinted at what consumers can expect to see this summer in regards to some new phones and wearables.
Following on the heels of the limited-time price drop from Motorola, Republic Wireless has slashed the cost of its Moto X (2014). Effective immediately, the Android smartphone can be purchased for
@upleaks posted via Twitter a supposed leaked image of Motorola’s upcoming 3rd generation Moto X. The image itself is quite small at about the size of a thumbnail and shows
As the release for the hugely anticipated successor to the Moto 360 smartwatch nears, more and more buzz is naturally surfacing. And why shouldn’t it be? The original 360 blew up
Motorola’s next-gen Moto X has been catching our eye for quite some time now with all the leaks and rumors that have been showing up recently. We had a report
For users out there who prefer stock Android to tweaked and twisted user interfaces any day, the Motorola Moto X 2014 would have been a dream device had its camera
You can lay off checking for updates on your Moto 360 for the time being. A tweet from Motorola Mobility has revealed that the long-awaited Android Wear 5.1.1 update isn’t yet
If you’re in the market for a new phone, and want to get a great deal on a phone with some great specs, check out this deal for a new Moto X 2014.
It’s that time of year again when the sun shines a little brighter, birds seem to chirp a bit louder and making plans to head for the beach quickly goes
It was October 2014, and I had just dumped Sprint as my carrier because it was time to cut down on expenses. My wife had just retired because of a
It’s almost June which means it’s time for this year’s run of “Dads & Grads” sales. Just in time for father’s day, Motorola has drastically cut the price of its
With the rate that mobile hardware is advancing, the specs of a device become less and less important. This is repeatedly shown by devices like the Moto E/G, our Moto E
Every time a new phone is announced it seems like the new generation has more features packed into it than the last model. This constant addition of new features to handsets has
The next-gen Motorola X could pack a 16-megapixel rear camera that offers optical image stabilization and slow-motion video capture. That is, of course, provided the recent rumors prove to be accurate.