The Next Web Twitter user @evleaks apparently has morsels not just about a red HTC One (M8) but also about new Moto X+1 custom back covers. The said user has leaked a list naming wood and leather as additional upcoming back panel options for the second-generation Moto X rumored to be called the Moto X+1. The leaked list also named several other custom back panels classified as “Cool,” “Neutral,” and “Warm.” The list has a total of 5 categories offering 25 various back panel options, as shown below: Cool – Navy Turquoise Olive Royal Blue Dark Teal Neutral – Slate…
The successor to the Moto X could be called the “X+1″, and Motorola is preparing to offer leather as part of its customization program, claims @evleaks.
Starting tomorrow, Republic Wireless will offer Moto Maker support for customers interested in picking up a Moto X for use on their prepaid network.
The Motorola Moto X has now officially launched in Australia, priced at $549.
Motorola’s executives repeatedly asked for more support from Google, in form of technology and marketing funds, but Larry Page ultimately turned them down.
March Madness is coming, and Motorola wants you to show support for your college, preferably with a color-matched Moto X and an custom-decked case.
A new update to the Touchless Control app for the Moto X and other recent Motorola devices adds an incredibly useful new voice command that reads notifications out loud. Read on for more!
Guillaume Lesniak, the man behind the Focal camera app and one of the founders of the OmniROM project, is working on giving always-on listening capabilities to the Nexus 5.
This week we’re giving away a Moto X in our Sunday Giveaway! Stop by and check it out!
Motorola has extended their deal of $70 off the unlocked Moto X until February 22nd. This makes the 16GB model a very affordable $329. If you’ve been on the fence about buying the Moto X, now may be the time to go for it.