How Moto Tech and Pixar Brains Turn Phones Into Storytime

If you own a Moto X, chances are last autumn you noticed a small, red hat appear in your notification tray. You either assumed your phone had been hacked and set it on fire, or you boldly clicked the mysterious chapeau and were whisked off to a 3D world that was like being inside a Pixar movie. Read More >>

Can Motorola Still be Awesome Without Google?

You can make all kinds of guesses about why Google sold Motorola. Did it only want the patents all along? Is it making nice with Samsung? But a more pressing question has been weighing on our minds: "So uh... what about the Moto X?" Read More >>

Why Google Might Just Kill the Nexus

Since its inception, Google's Nexus line has been a showcase for pure, untouched Android in some of the finest hardware available. It's produced probably the best Android phone yet. And Google would be crazy not to kill it. Read More >>

Motorola Handsets Will Get Android Update Priority

An inevitability ever since Google acquired Motorola, Moto's CEO Dennis Woodside has confirmed that his company's handsets will be front of the line when it comes to the handing out of the latest Android updates. Read More >>

Motorola Moto X to Hit UK Stores on February 1st

Motorola's flagship Moto X smartphone looked for a while there to be destined to live out its days only in the States, especially after the international launch of the Moto G plugging the gaps for a Motorola phone in other territories. Read More >>

This Interactive Moto X Ad Isn't Online, It's In a Magazine

After a long day in front of the computer, the ads in a paper magazine can seem a little flat. Where's the interaction? Where's the content? Moto is filling that gap with this cool full page magazine advertisement that lets you pick your favourite Moto X colour with the push of a button. Just like the internet! Read More >>

"Moto G" -- Could This Be the Name for the Google Smartwatch?

The Google smartwatch -- awaited with almost as much breath-baiting as the rumoured iWatch -- might've just got a name, thanks to Motorola, Google's hardware division, registering the trademark "Moto G". Read More >>

Motorola Designing New Android Tablet to Erase Hideous Memories of Xoom

Google's Motorola hardware team is preparing a new Android tablet, and it might end up looking like the popular, customisable, US-only Moto X. The names Moto XL (phablet) and Moto XXL (tablet) spring to mind. Read More >>

Moto X Teardown: So This Is What Made in the USA Looks Like

If you're curious as to what the lovely Moto X looks like on the inside, the surgical team at iFixit has exposed its designed and assembled in the USA innards for all to see. Apparently, you can see right through the woven black case on the Moto X. iFixit also found some other unique choices inside the Moto X too: the camera flash is its own assembly, the vibrator motor is soldered onto the motherboard and what they call the most modular headphone jack iFixit has ever seen. Oh and there's a whole glob of glue too. Read More >>

The Motorola Moto X Looks Fantastic, But It's Not Coming to the UK

I feel like we've been cheated out of something really great here (as our US cousins can attest). It seems, for some strange reason, Motorola's decided to keep the gorgeous, innovative new Moto X confined to the US. That means the UK, Europe and everywhere else misses out on the first truly-great Google-Motorola innovation, and that just plain sucks. Read More >>

Here Are the Clearest Shots Yet of the Moto X

Motorola doesn't officially announce the X until this Thursday, but let's be honest, this has quickly become one of the worst kept secrets in tech. Here we have the clearest shots yet of Motorola and Google's long-awaited collaborative effort. Read More >>

Motorola X Rumoured Specs: Not the Droid You're Looking For

Android Police has gotten ahold of the alleged specs of Motorola's upcoming Moto X smartphone, and they're not very impressive. But at least that means you can afford it. Maybe it'll be Nexus 4-money. Read More >>

These Leaked Moto X Press Images Sure Look Familiar

Between leaked promo videos and Eric Schmidt's flaunting, we already know a fair bit about Motorola's upcoming Moto X. Now a couple of press images have leaked out, and they seem to confirm that familiar, unannounced design. Read More >>

The Moto X Might Have a 4.5-Inch Screen and a Back Made from Kevlar

Motorola and Google both don't even care about keeping the Moto X a secret, plastering it on its August 1st announcement invitation and letting Eric Schmidt bandy around with the thing, so hey, don't be surprised if a few details of the phone leaks. The Verge and @evleaks are reporting that the Moto X will have a 4.5-inch display, dual-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM and a 10-megapixel camera. Oh, and a back shell made from Kevlar. Read More >>

The Moto X Will Always Have Its Ears Peeled According To A Leaked Video

The Moto X, Google and Motorola's heavily advertised yet mysterious love child, has been out and about lately. And now a video from Rogers, a Canadian wireless provider, shows the Android phone's ambient listening feature, potentially called "Open Mic," which will allow users to give the phone voice commands without activating the screen. Read More >>


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