Moto X MotoMaker personalization tool may come to Sprint and Verizon next week

Motorola accomplished something rare when it managed to release the Moto X on all four major carriers, but it did so without one of its best features - the MotoMaker tool that lets users choose the colors for their phones. The MotoMaker website works only with AT&T phones, but the photo below shows that may change as early as next week. The photo above shows a leaked memo that claims Sprint should gain access to MotoMaker on...

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Motorola Says Go Ahead Build Your Own Device

Motorola has a new concept for your next mobile device instead of you buying a device with the specs they want to put on the phone you will pick them yourself. How you say? Motorola wants to sell modular phones where you buy a base and simply click in pieces. They call it Project Ara and it's idea whose time has come. Smartphones are evolving so fast these days by the time you purchase it your new device is outdated. Ara would let you...

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Motorola lowers the cost of Moto X Android smartphone $99 or $479

In what must be an effort to increase the sales of the Moto X smartphone, Motorola has decided to drop the price of the Moto X to $479 off contract or $99 when purchased with a two-year agreement at certain carriers.   The Moto X originally cost $199.99 on a two-year agreement, but the price has been lowered to just $99.99 at AT&T, Sprint, US Cellular, and MotoMaker.com, the website at which AT&T customers can personalize...

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LG G2 vs. Motorola Moto X – Video Comparison

Lisa over at MobileTechReview compares the latest flagship smartphones by LG and Motorola, the G2 vs. the Moto X. Check the comparison video after the break. What do you say guys? Which one would you choose?...

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Moto X vs. Nokia Lumia 1020 – Video Comparison

Andrew over at Mobile Burn compares the Motorola Moto X and the latest and greatest from Nokia, the Lumia 1020. Which one do you prefer, the "freedom" of Android or the "monster" camera and Windows Phone 8?...

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Motorola Moto X factory in Texas – Video Tour

The Motorola Moto X is the first smartphone designed and assembled in the USA. The factory that assembles the Moto X is owned by Flextronics (used to be a Nokia factory) and is located in Fort Worth, Texas. Check the video tour (after the break) of the facility and what Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Google's Chairman Eric Schmidt and Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside said at the tour event....

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