Interested in the Moto X, but holding off for the Developer Edition? The time has now arrived! Motorola is now selling developer editions of both the Moto X and Droid MAXX. Keep reading for more details!
Root access has been achieved for the Moto X (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular, and Rogers), and Motorola Droid Ultra, MAXX, and Mini.
A new spot in Lazy Phone ad campaign for the Moto X highlights the customization options that Motorola offers through Moto Maker.
Thanks to the efforts of @TeamandIRC, the Verizon Moto X has now been rooted, though the method has yet to be fully detailed or released just yet. Keeping reading to learn more!
Motorola has officially opened their Ft. Worth, Texas assembly facility for business, even though the building has been pumping out custom (and standard) Moto X’s for a few weeks now. In a blog post on the Motorola site, Dennis Woodside notes the challenges they faced in bringing assembly stateside.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside told the press that the Google-owned company is currently working on a tablet device, without providing further details.
How does the iPhone 5S fare when compared with some top Android devices including the Galaxy S4, LG G2, HTC One, Moto X and Xperia Z1? Check it out!
The Moto X is on its way to T-Mobile, but that’s not all. Motorola has released a new set of “Lazy Phone” advertisements to help build the brand.
Moto X units sold by Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Rogers and Latin American carriers can have their bootloaders unlocked on Moto’s website.
AT&T and Verizon have had the Moto X for a little while now. So when will the handset make its way over to Sprint and U.S. Cellular? Today actually! Keep reading for more details.