In an interview, Motorola’s CEO Dennis Woodside explained why the Moto X doesn’t run Android 4.3 yet, and addressed performance-related concerns.
When looking at two distinct tablet sales reports for Q2 2012 from competing companies, we noticed a significant difference of around 15 million Android tablets. Who’s right?
This week, we had some good news for owners of bogged down Nexus 7s (2012), Samsung got caught red-handed, MS Office hit Android, the Moto X has landed (finally), and Google has your back if you lose your phone. Let’s kick it!
In order to see how durable the device is, we put the new Nexus 7 (2013 model) through our drop test ritual. Check out the video here!
The leaks promised us the world, the launch left us a little flat, and the future is undecided. Read on as we take a look at all the Moto X will and won’t be.
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we talk about Motorola, the Moto X, the hype and the backlash. Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
It’s great to see a system where everyone wins, really. We all get a more approachable way to solve problems, which is what any program or app is really designed to do. The hardcore programmers get to work on deeper stuff, and the designers of the world can get working on a product themselves, at least on a entry-level basis.
Did you get a Chromecast before they rapidly sold out? Awesome! Then we’ve got a few tips and tricks to enhance your Chromecasting experience! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
The U.S. Cellular Moto X is available for pre-order right away, with the carrier offering a free Motorola headset during pre-orders, and a discount to new subscribers.
I think it’s safe to say that the vast majority of official news announced today surrounding the Moto X had already been leaked or speculated in one way or another over the past 5 months. Is this a good thing? At the time, I thought it was