Posts Tagged: "Motorola"

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Moto X vs Samsung Galaxy S5 vs HTC One M8 (comparison)

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Earlier this month, Motorola unveiled the new Moto X, a successor to their flagship device revealed last summer. Just like its predecessor, the new Moto X packs top-of-the-line specifications, with some exciting new features and customizations. The new Moto X comes with more customization options through Moto Maker with leather...

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The Moto Stream Brings Back An Old Google Idea

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Of all the results one expected out of Google’s brief time owning its own cellphone company, this is decidedly wasn’t one of them. One of Google’s early stabs at a physical product has been reshaped and is now being sold by the company it just abandoned. Now You’re Just Some...

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5 Things You Need To Know About the Gorgeous Moto 360 (list)

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Not too long ago, Google announced Android Wear, an operating system designed for wearable devices, with the initial push going towards smartwatches. Google also announced many OEMs are on board and will launch the smartwatches powered by Android Wear, including LG, Motorola, HTC and many more. If you don’t remember,...

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The Moto X Becomes A Bit More Affordable

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The Moto X, when it first debuted, had a lot in its favor; lots of customization, an up-to-date OS with new ideas, fancy magazine ads, and the fact that it was, de facto, the new Googlephone. One thing that didn’t do so well was the price; Google broke with the...

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Motorola’s Moto G: Kit-Kat At A Low Price (video)

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Motorola Mobility spent years under the radar after Google bought it out, working on secret projects. We got a load of the Moto X recently, and now there’s the Moto G, which is out to put Android in your pocket at a low, low price. G For Good First of...

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Moto X On Sale for $20 at Amazon

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Got plans to get a new smartphone this weekend?  Well, if you’re NOT on Sprint, you can nab the Moto X for just $20 on contract. That’s a pretty decent price drop from when the phone first launched.  For existing Sprint customers the cost will be $50. Of note, Amazon...

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Motorola Wants To Make Phonebloks A Reality

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One of the inherent problems with smartphones is that they are disposable and, thus, prisoner to trends. Few phones are designed to last more than two years, and technology moves so quickly that your phone becomes outdated in a year. Motorola Mobility would like to leapfrog that concept and instead...