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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
A quick trip to motorola.com/us/home leads you to some new banners and such, advertising the new Moto G (seeing as it’s the only phone of the aforementioned three available now).
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
Earlier today, we showed off how the Moto Hint was reduced in price from $149.99 down to $79.99 and asked if this was possibly a “hint” towards a new version coming out.
The Moto X 2014 is down to $299.99, the Moto 360 is down to $149.99, and now Motorola’s Bluetooth ear piece, the Moto Hint, is down to $79.99 from $149.99.
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
The wait is over for owners of the AT&T Moto X 2nd gen. as the network giant is now rolling out Android 5.1 to devices over the air. Users should
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.
New Flagships Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge I think we can all agree this iteration to Samsung’s flagship brought the biggest change to design and build. And it was about time!
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
Motorola is making an interesting move today, leveraging on the aging 2014 Moto X. They’re not only knocking down the starting price once again, by $50 (bringing it to $299), but allowing
@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