Moto 360 to cost 249 euros according to report

The Moto 360 is definitely the most attractive smart watch to date. It has a circular design that makes it the only smartwatch to actually look like a traditional watch, and it's stylish use of a metal frame and replaceable bands make this a device better suited to project that this is more than just a watch that shows notifications for text messages. It's a premium product, and it will have a premium price, according to rumors....

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Verizon rolls out KitKat to Note 3 and DROIDs
May15

Verizon rolls out KitKat to Note 3 and DROIDs

Android KitKat 4.4 has been out in the wild since November 2013, but there are still a number of devices still not up to speed with the latest Google platform. Of course, much depends on manufacturers and carriers and often they tend to take their time updating. Verizon for example is known for taking an age to update devices to the latest and greatest versions of Android, but the carrier is finally moving through the gears on the...

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Motorola Alert helps you keep in touch during emergencies
May14

Motorola Alert helps you keep in touch during emergencies

Motorola is playing at being the mobile world’s software innovator again by including a feature that alerts relatives and friends if you are in an emergency. Sure, it's not the first to do this as Samsung offers a similar service on its Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 3, but Motorola is blazing a trail at the lower end of the market. Motorola Alert is a robust emergency feature that lets users send regular alerts and updates that relay...

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Moto G with LTE and microSD to land in coming weeks
May13

Moto G with LTE and microSD to land in coming weeks

Motorola has been busy today launching the Moto E, the company's fresh new take on the basement entry level. However, while the E sets its sights on the market in the coming weeks, the Moto handset that got the bang for your buck ball rolling has not been forgotten. Motorola today announced that its much admired Moto G is now getting microSD and LTE support. Motorola's re-emergence over the last year has come from generally bucking...

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Moto E hands-on and first impression

We've seen several smartphones in the midrange in recent times that have blurred the lines between middle of the road and top of the line. The Moto E is now trying to blur the opposite end by being a phone meant to offer a better entry-level service. It's still following the Moto X path, but it takes a noticeable detour in order to re-imagine that device as something that can convince feature phone buyers to spend an extra few bucks...

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Might this be the Moto E?

Motorola has penciled next Tuesday as the day that it will debut its next smartphone, rumored to be the Moto E. A user posted the above image to the Motorola Mexico Facebook page and claimed that's the phone we'll see debut next week. On izquierda (the left) is the Moto G, the primary budget smartphone released last year; a la derecha (on the right) is the Moto E, the new budget smartphone. The aim is to make the Moto E even more...

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