The CyanogenMod team has announced official support for eight new Android devices, six of which are Motorola handsets and two from Sammy. Read on to learn more!
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!
Since Moto X doesn’t come with Android 4.3, it raises the question, is Google trying too hard to keep Motorola at arm’s length? It paid $12.5 billion, surely it should get some value?
The announcement of the Moto X may have been marred by Motorola’s ridiculous sexual innuendos. Even though they’ve all been removed, their memory lives on.
The Moto X has already been branded as a midrange phone. However, the device actually did fairly well against the latest flagships in the specs department.
People who buy the Moto X won’t just get all the big features discussed today, but also 50GB of Google Drive storage free for 2 years.
Motorola has published the first two Moto X ads, which focus on the phone’s camera and its always-on voice-based hands-free Google Now features.
A Moto X Google Play edition version will be available from the Google Play Store “soon,” although pricing or launch details for it aren’t available at this time.
The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally come, the Moto X is now official! As expected, Motorola’s latest flagship brings with it quite a few unique customization options to the table. Read on to learn more about what to expect!
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