In an interview, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside revealed some of Motorola’s plans for the future, talking about Moto X customization, Moto G prices, wearable devices and Moto Maker tablets.
Today seems to be an active day for Moto’s latest darling, the Moto G. Set to hit Boost mobile on January 20th at an aggressive price of $129 on Boost’s no-contract $55-a-month plan,... it could be a good option for some. Other goodies include 50GB of Google Drive space, and an Android 4.4 KitKat upgrade set to come ‘soon’. ...
Nexus devices aren’t exactly expensive, but with the new Moto G Google Play edition getting on the stock Android bandwagon becomes cheaper than ever.
An unofficial Cyanogenmod 11 ROM has now arrived for the Moto G. Even better, the ROM is compatible with the global GSM, U.S. GSM and Verizon versions of the handset.
Now that Motorola’s roll out of Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the Moto G is safely underway the company has published the kernel sources on the popular open source project site SourceForge.
The Moto G has now arrived to Verizon’s network as a prepaid option. Better yet, the handset is priced at just $99! Keep reading for more details.
Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now rolling out to Moto G owners in the United Kingdom and in Germany. Keep reading for more details!
The Verizon Moto G can be purchased in Best Buy stores for $99.99 off-contract, as previously rumored. Read on for more details!
The Verizon Moto G will reportedly sell for $100 off-contract, a Best Buy Mobile employee said on Google+, posting an image showing the phone’s retail packaging.
Earlier today Motorola started rolling out KitKat to the latest members of the Droid family, now Motorola has announced Android 4.4.2 for the Moto G is rolling out as well!