Category: Motorola

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‘Moto X+1′ could be the name of Motorola’s next flagship

‘Moto X+1′could be the name of Motorola’s next flagship Motorola exclusively launched the Moto X in Canada last year via Rogers. This flagship device brought many unique characteristics to the smartphone game that includes deep integration with Google, but the main design element of Moto Maker — which allows the users to customize the device

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Videotron releases the Moto G

Another devices has found a home over on the shelves of Quebec-based Videotron. Last week it was Apple’s iPhone 5s and 5c, but this week it’s the entry-level Moto G. The Moto G comes with Android OS 4.4 KitKat, 1.2Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4.5-inch display (1280 x 720 resolution), 5MP

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MTS launches the Moto X for $29.99 on a 2-year term

After months as a Rogers exclusive (though it came to its Fido subsidiary later), the Moto X is now available on another Canadian carrier. Manitoba-based MTS has launched the 4.7-inch Android device for $29.99 on a 2-year term, making it reasonably affordable for one of the best all-rounded smartphones on the market. The company is

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WIND Mobile Moto G now available

As expected, the Moto G is now available at WIND Mobile for a $229. This is certainly not the most cost effective price to score the entry-level Android as rival carrier Koodo is selling this for $70 less, but WIND has the 16GB version available while the other have the 8GB model. Source: WIND

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WIND Mobile launching the Moto G on Thursday, March 27th for $229 outright

WIND Mobile is launching the excellent, low-cost Android device, the Moto G, this Thursday, March 27th. The company announced that it will make available Motorola’s entry-level Android device, which runs a quad-core 1.4Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an HSPA+ baseband, a 2070mAh battery, a 4.5-inch 720p display and Android

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Here’s what we know about Android Wear and the Moto 360 smartwatch

Now that we’ve all had a chance to catch our breath around the idea of an official Android version for wearables, and have glimpsed the first two of many iterations — a square from LG and a circle from Motorola — let’s drill down what we know, and what is still up in the air.

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Jawbone adds UP24 support to its Android app in version 3.0

Jawbone has finally updated its Android app to bring it, if not exactly, close to feature parity with its iPhone counterpart. The company released UP 3.0 for Android this week, adding support for its new wireless UP24 bracelet, which replaces the longer-lasting but plug in-only UP band from last year. Considering the Apple Store, one

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Touchless Control now reads out notifications to curious Moto X users

A small update to the ever-improving Touchless Control app on the Moto X now allows users to ask, “What’s up?” or say “Read Notifications” to have the Android voice engine read out the latest emails, tweets and messages. While it’s only optimized for US English, it should work fine if the system language is set

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Motorola updates Assist and Active Display for Moto X and Moto G

Motorola has issued a couple updates to its excellent Assist and Active Display apps for Moto X and Moto G, clearing up a few user-facing issues. Assist is the company’s context-aware organization tool meant to improve three areas of one’s life: driving, meeting and sleeping. Driving uses the accelerometer to detect when you’re moving quickly

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