At Google I/O 2014 Josh managed to get his hands on a demo unit of the rounded Moto 360. Join us as he takes a look!
We may have been more interested in other details when it was announced, but the Moto 360 Design Face-off is concluding and you get to pick the winner!
Back at MWC, we learned Motorola had plans to expand its Moto Maker to Western Europe and Mexico. Now it looks like they will kick off this plans starting with Germany.
The Moto G 4G LTE has just become available for purchase from Motorola’s website. Is it worth your cash? We believe it may be the right phone for many!
It seems that Motorola will fix existing Moto E, G and X displays for free if broken accidentally, as long as the phone was purchased directly through Motorola or customized with the Moto Maker.
The price tag is still one of the big unknowns of the Moto 360, but, if one UK retailer is correct, we’ve finally got ourselves a solid clue.
While variants of the Moto X got first in queue for Android 4.4.3 earlier this week, the Moto G isn’t left behind. An incremental over the air update is heading towards US GSM versions of the phone.
Josh Topolsky demoed a Lytro camera and Sony’s new VR headset on Jimmy Fallon’s, but what really caught our eye was the Moto 360 that he was so casually sporting.
Motorola has announced plans for a “try before you buy” promotion, which will take place June 8th. Additionally, they have now unveiled a new 64GB storage option.
Using a smartphone can sometimes keep you too engaged that you won’t have time to do other things, like relax at home, spend time with loved ones or keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road while driving. To address this, some apps exist to make it easier to manage your communication needs when you’re preoccupied elsewhere. For instance, Motorola Assist was earlier updated with a driving mode, enabling the user to respond to text messages with voice commands and voice recognition. The app even reads out messages, so you won’t have to touch nor look at the device…