Motorola

  • Lenovo Brings Motorola Smartphones Back To China

    Lenovo Brings Motorola Smartphones Back To China

    Less than three months after completing its $2.91 billion acquisition of the phone manufacturer from Google, Lenovo announced today that it will bring back Motorola smartphones to China. Three devices—the Moto X, Moto X Pro, and Moto G with 4G LTE—will go on sale early this year. Read More

  • Motorola Starts Selling Moto 360s with Metal Bands For $50-$80 More

    Motorola Starts Selling Moto 360s with Metal Bands For $50-$80 More

    If the only thing keeping you from picking up a Moto 360 was that your only choice for the watch-band material was leather (and not that Android Wear is still a bit wonky) — good news! After quite a few leaks suggesting as much, Motorola is now officially selling the Moto 360 with metal bands. One thing to note: the metal bands hike the price up a bit, up to $300 from the $250 price that… Read More

  • Droid Turbo Review: Motorola’s Amped-Up Moto X Excels Where It Counts

    Droid Turbo Review: Motorola’s Amped-Up Moto X Excels Where It Counts

    Motorola barely let the 2014 Moto X sink in before announcing essentially a beefed-up version of the same. The Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo is a Moto X with a better battery and a better camera, but in a package that’s hard to describe as an “improvement” on the original. Where the Verizon phone excels, however, it really excels, which makes it a tempting proposition for… Read More

  • Lenovo Has Completed The $2.91 Billion Acquisition Of Motorola From Google

    Lenovo Has Completed The $2.91 Billion Acquisition Of Motorola From Google

    Lenovo has completed the $2.91 billion acquisition of Motorola from Google today. The deal, which was announced in January, comes just three years after Google itself shelled out $12.5 billion to buy the phone-maker. Read More

  • Hands On With The Motorola Droid Turbo From Verizon

    Hands On With The Motorola Droid Turbo From Verizon

    The latest Droid device is fully unveiled, and it’s truly a beast of a device. The most prominent and highlighted feature of the phone, it’s ability to charge quickly and last for up to 48 hours, is hard to test properly in a matter of hours. However, the look, feel, and general build of the device is already making an impression on me. Read More

  • Verizon Announces The Motorola Droid Turbo With Battery Super Powers

    Verizon Announces The Motorola Droid Turbo With Battery Super Powers

    Today Motorola and Verizon are announcing the Droid Turbo, a new Droid-branded smartphone with a focus on super fast charging capabilities. Verizon claims the phone can get eight hours of battery life in 15 just minutes by using a special turbo charger sold with the phone. And beyond that, a fully charged Droid Turbo promises 48 hours of battery life. Obviously, this is going to differ based… Read More

  • Moto Phones | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Motorola Moto X

    The Moto X (2nd gen) is a welcome addition in a world full of big phones. It’s relatively slim and compact and, just like its predecessor, comes with options for customization for the back panel. But going beyond that, the $500 phone comes unlocked and is spec’d to impress, with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Plus, it… Read More

  • The Manual For Verizon’s Next Flagship Droid Phone Just Leaked

    The Manual For Verizon’s Next Flagship Droid Phone Just Leaked

    Word around the ol’ phonegeek rumor mill was that Verizon and Motorola were prepping to release a new high-end Android phone to freshen up the Droid lineup — and whatdya know? The entire manual for just such a phone has leaked. Read More

  • The Nexus 6 Could Be A Giant-Sized Monster, But I Hope It Isn’t

    The Nexus 6 Could Be A Giant-Sized Monster, But I Hope It Isn’t

    Google has a new Nexus 6 in the works, also potentially dubbed the “Nexus X,” and rumors abound about its potential specs. But 9to5Google has what might be the clearest look yet at this next iteration of Google’s Android reference smartphone, and the good news is that it’s basically a new Moto X. There’s bad news, too, however, depending on your opinion… Read More

  • Motorola’s Moto X Should Be Your Next Android Phone

    Motorola’s Moto X Should Be Your Next Android Phone

    As we enter the era of the ubiquitous Big Phone, it’s refreshing to hold something like the slim and light second-generation Moto X. Priced at $500 unlocked and about $99 with a contract, this 5.2-inch phone with 1080p OLED screen and Gorilla Glass front is a step beyond the latest from LG and, while not as feature-rich as the Samsung Galaxy S5, well worth a look as an upgrade to… Read More

  • If You Want An Android Smartwatch, Get The Moto 360

    If You Want An Android Smartwatch, Get The Moto 360

    Like the serfs on the anarcho-syndicalist commune in Monty Python And The Holy Grail, fans of Android Wear and the $249 Moto 360 have been moaning under the oppressive noise regarding the yet-to-be-released Apple Watch. “You’re biased,” they scream as they swipe desperately at their Google Now cards. “You never cover the real winners.” Well here I am, covering… Read More

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