Google's Project Ara Lego-For-Phones System is Launching in January of 2015

Google has gone into more detail about its bonkers Project Ara modular mobile system, using a specific developers conference for the hardware format to update us on its plans for letting us clonk together our dream phones out of various components. Read More >>

The Pledge From the Smartphone Industry That Could Stop Your Phone Being Stolen

The likes of Apple, Google, Microsoft and other major figures in the smartphone industry have signed a pledge that will make it harder to steal mobile phones—from July 2015, at least. Read More >>

6-Inch Motorola Monster Rumoured for Q3 Launch

New owner Lenovo is set to continue flushing devices out through the Google-era product development pipeline, with reports suggesting the Motorola "phablet" is scheduled to appear in Q3 of 2014. The device, previously expected to have a 6.3-inch display, is now just referred to as being a six-incher, with a late-summer arrival expected. [GForGames] Read More >>

How Motorola's Stunning New Smartwatch Was Designed

Motorola wowed us earlier this week with its sleek and incredibly watch-like take on the smartwatch. Now, Moto's design chief Jim Wicks has explained the creative process that led to the new device. Read More >>

Moto 360: This is Motorola's Slick Android-Wear Powered Smartwatch

We just learned about Android Wear for the first time, and now we're already getting inundated in new hardware. Here's a hot piece of gear from Motorola, the Moto 360. Billed as a more contemporary smartwatch thank the clunky wrist-bricks we've seen before, the Moto 360 will supposedly be available this summer. Read More >>

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 >>

Motorola Smartwatch Coming This Year, and it Won't be Ugly Like the Rest

Motorola's come out with a rather ballsy claim about its future smartwatch, claiming the current examples of the format are "extremely ugly" and that it's working on building one that's more of of a "style item" than the clunkers built by Samsung, Sony and the rest. Read More >>

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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 >>

It's Official: Google is Selling Motorola to Lenovo

It's true: Google is really selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo. Here are some details shared by Lenovo, announcing the $2.91 billion deal: 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 >>

The Most Important Gadgets of 2013

Every year, we're hit by yet another wave of new gadgets. Some of them are good, a lot of them are bad, but a very select few manage to be important. Here are the gadgets that had the biggest impact on the technological landscape in 2013. Read More >>

​Moto G Review: The Best Cheap Phone, But Still a Cheap Phone

Cheap smartphones—we mean really cheap, off-contract smartphones—are terrible. They're tormented by horrid, pixilated screens, they're slower than your gran, and they feel like they're held together by Sellotape. The Moto G is none of those things. It definitely has significant shortcomings, but put simply, you can't get a better cheap phone.

Motorola's Moto G Offers Big Specs on an Itty-Bitty Budget (Updated With Hands-On)

Motorola has lifted the covers off its oft-leaked Moto G handset, the company’s first globally-available smartphone effort since snuggling under Google’s sizeable wing. Looking to court the many smartphone users that can't afford premium handsets, it's looking to push the boundaries of what a smartphone in the mid-tier price bracket can offer. And from our early hands-on play, it's looking promising, especially considering its sub-£140 price tag. Read More >>

Motorola Moto G Phone Caught on Camera Ahead of November 13th Launch

While there's still no sign of us getting the actually-rather-good Moto X phone, Motorola hasn't forgotten about dear old Blighty altogether. A launch event for the mid-range Moto G is planned for November 13th, and now tipster EvLeaks has laid the handset bare. Read More >>


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