For a limited time, Motorola is offering $100 off on the 16GB Moto X, or $125 off on the 32 and 64GB variants.
Some say that knowing the cause of a problem is half of the battle. Looking at its letter to investors, it’s hard not to think that the tech giant has missed a major cause of its troubles.
Android 4.4.4 has been making its way to devices across the world for almost a month now, and now it’s time for the latest devices in the Motorola DROID lineup to join the party.
In the five months since Motorola re-launched in India, the brand has managed to sell 1 million units, a fairly good start and hopefully a sign of good thing to come.
As market saturation bites hard and the smartphone ASP falls ever lower, how are the big Android OEMs going to cope? Declining profits and a push for a more uniform experience from Google could present a real problem.
If you had to recommend an Android Wear device, which one would it be? What about if you had to use your own money? Which watch delivers the best bang for your 200 bucks?
According to a source who spoke to PhoneArena, the Moto 360 will be sold through the Moto Maker website, and will launch alongside the Moto X+1 smartphone.
According to the Facebook page for Motorola Germany, the Moto X and Moto G will see Android L in the fall of this year, likely around the same time as it makes its way to Nexus devices.
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!