Motorola

  • Hell No Moto X

    Hell No Moto X

    Motorola unveiled its Motorola X smartphone last week, and our own Chris Velazco found the phone impressive enough. But the more I think about it, the less impressed I am by Motorola’s big brand relaunch under the Google banner. The Moto X never really excited me to begin with, and it’s likely not meant to, with a slew of options squarely aimed at shoppers who value… Read More

  • This Week On The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: Nexus 7, Moto X, And 3D Printing Gives You Cancer

    This Week On The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: Nexus 7, Moto X, And 3D Printing Gives You Cancer

    Here comes the Moto X, the fanciest phone out of Motorola in a long time and here already came the Nexus 7, a device that may beat out the iPad Mini. We talk about both of them. Then we move on to how 3D printing is killing us all and how that’s pretty terrible. Read More

  • The New Motorola Is Focusing On “Very Few” Devices, And A Low-Cost Phone May Be Next

    The New Motorola Is Focusing On “Very Few” Devices, And A Low-Cost Phone May Be Next

    Motorola has never been the most prolific smartphone maker, but there’s no question that they’ve churned out a lot of hardware over the years. Now that Motorola is flying under Google’s banner, though, you can expect to see some shifts in the company’s hardware strategy, and it looks like that scattershot approach to making phones is getting the ax. According to… Read More

  • Hands On With Motorola's Moto X Smartphone

    Hello Moto X

    After Google acquired Motorola Mobility last year, we wondered what was next for the smartphone company. It spent ages clearing out its pipeline of smartphones that were already in development before rumors of an X Phone made in America started making the rounds. In those early X Phone days, Rick Osterloh, Motorola’s SVP of Product Management said the team that worked on the device… Read More

  • Motorola Clears The Pipes With New Verizon Droids – Time For The Google Era To Begin In Earnest

    Motorola Clears The Pipes With New Verizon Droids – Time For The Google Era To Begin In Earnest

    Motorola released a trio of devices today at a special press event for its line of Verizon phones in New York City. The company showed off phones that in many ways resembled their Droid devices of the past, and these keep the Droid branding, too. They’re looking mostly like successors to Razr devices, but with tweaks that could signal what we’ll see now that Google is more… Read More

  • Verizon Reveals The $99 Motorola Droid Mini, $199 Droid Ultra, And The $299 Droid Maxx

    Verizon Reveals The $99 Motorola Droid Mini, $199 Droid Ultra, And The $299 Droid Maxx

    As if we didn’t already have enough Motorola phones to wait for, Verizon showed off a trio of new Motorola DROID smartphones at a (surprisingly cozy) event in New York City. The flagship of the three is the DROID Ultra, which Motorola’s Rick Osterloh refers to as the thinnest 4G LTE smartphone out there with its and 7.18mm thick chassis. Motorola’s fascination with Kevlar… Read More

  • This Is The Moto X

    This Is The Moto X

    Meet Motorola’s next flagship smartphone: The Moto X. Reportedly assembled in the great state of Texas, nearly every aspect of the phone has leaked prior to the phone’s official unveiling on August 1st. @evleaks and The Unlocker have steadily been releasing everything about the phone. The X’s case, its specs, and even its nearly-stock Android experience have hit the Internet… Read More

  • Motorola Will Officially Unveil The Moto X In New York On August 1

    Motorola Will Officially Unveil The Moto X In New York On August 1

    Well, here we go. After a considerable amount of teasing (not to mention cheerleading from Google execs during earnings calls), Motorola Mobility is finally ready to unveil its long-awaited Moto X smartphone to the world, and it’s going to do it at a special event in New York City on August 1. Actually, you know what? “Unveil” may not exactly be the right word — the… Read More

  • Job Listing Suggests Motorola Mobility Is Starting To Focus On Wearable Tech In Earnest

    Job Listing Suggests Motorola Mobility Is Starting To Focus On Wearable Tech In Earnest

    Heads up, wearable tech aficionados: Motorola Mobility is looking to produce some new wearable gadgets and it wants some help. The Google-owned company quietly posted a job listing yesterday looking for someone to fill the role of senior director of industrial design for wearables — according to the post, that person will “provide strategic leadership, champion innovation and… Read More

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