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If you’ve been eyeing a Moto device, your time to pounce may be fast approaching. Motorola has just revealed that its site will be holding a sale for Cyber Monday,
Motorola released notes on their plans for Android 6.0 Marshmallow today. David Schuster, Senior Director of SW Product Management at Motorola Mobility, announced on Google+ that they are starting the
It happened! After a good deal of churning the rumor mill, we finally get to know the full scoop on the new Droids. Today, Verizon and Motorola announced two successors
Carriers have long been a pain, not just for their customers, but also for the smartphone suppliers. While a device is all ready to get in customers’ hands, it first has
Motorola, taking the “less is more” line a little too literal, will not be updating the 2015 Moto E and the Verizon and AT&T variants of the 2014 Moto X
Many of us favor Motorola’s approach to smartphone software, not deviating too much from the true Android experience. One benefit to this is that you get more reliable OS updates. Being
We’re smack-dab in the middle of a heated smartphone release cycle which means consumers have some really great new devices to choose from. If you are in the market for
As hard as it is to believe, we’re at that time of year where we’re playing with another new flagship smartphone from Motorola. For 2015 we’re looking at the Moto
I have always enjoyed Motorola phones, I’ve just never really got any hands-on time with any of them. I remember when the Razr first came out, and it was the
We’re starting to see steady leaks come out of the Motorola camp recently. First it was the Moto 360, which has been leaked numerous times over the past few months.
We all know how it feels to want the new wallpapers that come out with devices. However, until the devices reach SOMEONE’S hands, it’s next to impossible. Well today we
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,
After the announcement last month of Motorola’s newest devices, there were questions surrounding the actual release date of the Moto X Pure Edition. All that we were told was that
Then, Motorola was purchased by Google. It is not quite clear exactly how much of a hand Google had in Motorola’s creation of their next smartphone: we’ve seen some reports
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