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US Cellular is the latest wireless provider to carry the third generation Motorola Moto G smartphone. Available immediately, customers can pick the device up for a mere $130 without contract.
As the last week has proven, the majority of everyone cares more about those high-priced, powerful phones that dominate headlines for weeks. Not only do those devices dominate headlines, but
Motorola has been breaking ground with its phones the last few years, and one of the biggest ways its done this is by only adding useful features to the phone,
If you had your heart set on getting the 16GB version of the 2015 Moto G, you’ll have to wait a little bit longer. As of yesterday, the variant that
Motorola on Tuesday announced three new models of smartphone, each designed with a different demographic in mind. One is a successor to an existing line while the other two are
A Brazilian retailer, Americanas, decided that it would be cool to post their entire promotional video of the Moto G (3rd Gen) up on Youtube. The video quickly was picked up
We’re fast approaching the time of year when Motorola announces its Moto X and/or Moto G smartphones. With an event scheduled for July 28, it’s possible we get to see
The Moto G has been a successful venture for Motorola as it allows it to reach a wider range of consumers, mainly those that are cash-strapped and can’t afford the
The 28th is quickly approaching, and the Moto G leaks just won’t stop. The latest leak includes the informative film that is shipped attached to the front screen of most
Motorola is set for an event on July 28th. People are expecting a third generation Moto X and Moto G and are hoping for a second generation Moto 360. There
It’s been reported that Motorola could launch the Moto G (2015) as early as July 28. This latest iteration has been rumored and leaked a couple of times…
Chilean tech blog, Pisapapeles, recently obtained information from a reliable source within Chilean telecom, Entel, that leaks a new variant of the Moto X and the next generation Moto G.
In 2013, Motorola showed customers they were serious about system updates when the company updated its Moto X flagship to KitKat faster than some Nexus devices. However, Motorola has been
Motorola’s first generation Moto G now is receiving over-the-air updates to Android Lollipop. As with all devices that are updated to 5.1, Material Design and the notifications system seen in