Category: Motorola


Moto X+1 leaks online, shows what it will look like encased

Motorola’s successor to the Moto X is almost here. The device, which is rumoured to be called the Moto X+1, looks to sport a higher-resolution 1080p display and other improved specs over its 4.7-inch predecessor. A new leak by @evleaks shows the Moto X+1 inside a rugged protective case. The overall look seems to be the same as



Winner announced in our Moto G contest!

Update: This contest is now over and we’d like to give a big congratulations to Jessica Marrow who has won this Moto G contest! If this is not you then no worries, more contests are coming in the next few days. Motorola recently announced that the Moto G quickly became its most successful selling smartphone



Motorola updates its Moto boot animation with some football flare

It’s World Cup season, and even the handset manufacturers are getting in on the fun. Motorola recently updated its boot animation with some football flare, morphing the round Motorola logo into a series of three soccer fields. It’s a small update, and a great reminder that Motorola is still trying to delight its customer base



Moto E and Moto G LTE review

The story of compromise is really a narrative of degrees. How much are you willing to sacrifice to achieve something else? In the Android world, as the dwindling price of components outpaces the speed requirements of the software powered by those parts, such commoditization has created a market of capable, low-cost devices with Motorola at the forefront.



Motorola closing its Texas factory

While Canadians didn’t directly benefit from Motorola’s Texas-based manufacturing facility, we’re sad to hear that it will be closing its doors by the end of the year. Motorola confirmed to The Wall Street Journal today that it is not selling enough phones to warrant keeping it open, and has dropped its employee numbers from over 4,000



Apple and Google settle all current lawsuits, agree to work together for ‘patent reform’

When Google snatched up Motorola for a decent $12.5 billion they noted that “Our acquisition of Motorola will increase competition by strengthening Google’s patent portfolio, which will enable us to better protect Android from anti-competitive threats from Microsoft, Apple and other companies.” This acquisition also brought forward all active Motorola lawsuits, including the high profile