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Motorola recently announced a trio of devices to update its lineup of devices: the Moto G (2015), the Moto X Pure (Style), and the Moto X Play. The Moto G
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
We’ve been bombarded with back-to-back flagship announcements in the past 24 hours. But now that the dust has settled, we can start asking ourselves, which OEM is offering a better
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
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.
Residents in France, Germany, and the UK can finally enjoy the functionality that the US have had for some time now and can now use the Moto Maker facility to
With the reported release date of the Moto X+1 rapidly approaching, the device has leaked yet again but this time showing off what appears to be rear customisation courtesy of
Moto X might not be the newest device but it is still quite powerful. Not only that but it is one of the first devices (after Nexus ones) to get
Motorola’s Moto Maker isn’t exactly a new service, but it’s an awesome one. Luckily for people in Germany, the service is now available there as well. Similar to what we
Motorola started as an American company and recently had a dream of bringing a product assembled in the USA to the masses when it opened its new facility last year,
Motorola on Friday announced that the Moto Maker experience has gotten even better. A post on the handset maker’s blog tells us that college students, alumni, and fans can now
Motorola isn’t showing off any new devices at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona this week, but the company made a few announcements in the form of a Q&A on
Ready for a bit of crazy talk from Motorola? No, not that crazy talk, but the talk of marking down the Moto X by $150 on Cyber Monday. By doing
The build-your-own Moto X smartphone experience is expected to break away from AT&T exclusivity any day now. As some may remember, we learned a few months ago that November would