Category: Motorola


Motorola Skip for Moto X is a $20 clip that tries to do passwords better

When the Moto X was revealed earlier this month, one thing CEO Dennis Woodside was effusive about was a comprehensive and growing ecosystem of accessories for the flagship handset. Now that it’s close to launching, Motorola is unveiling a few interesting additions to a list that includes SOL REPUBLIC headphones, Bluetooth speakers and cases from



Rogers to sell the Moto X for $550 outright

Rogers will be the exclusive carrier in Canada to offer the upcoming Motorola Moto X. This new flagship Android can be heavily customized in the United States, but we’ll only be granted the basic white and black versions. There is hope as we’ve been hearing rumblings that the “Moto Maker” customization platform will expand to



Gift Guide: Flagship Smartphones

Welcome to the Gift Guide section, where we list our favourite smartphones, tablets, accessories and deals of the moment. In this section, some great flagship phones, usually priced between $150 and $300 on contract. Last updated: August 29th, 2013

Bell Motorola ATRIX HD LTE Review (Video)

Two years ago, if you’d have told me that Motorola would be owned by Google and be producing devices that rivalled the top offerings from Samsung and HTC, I’d have been pretty skeptical. Motorola’s pre-Gingerbread software was often riddled with bloat and bugs, overshadowing beautifully-made hardware and excellent call quality. But since the release of


Motorola RAZR V Review

What was once considered a fantastic device must be weighed against others recently released, and usually in the same price range. The Motorola RAZR V is in a very interesting position right now for those two reasons. Motorola hasn’t made too much noise since the release of the revamped Rogers-exclusive RAZR in November. Now, nine


Motorola MOTOACTV: A capital (letter) experience for fitness geeks

Motorola’s MOTOACTV is geek fitness chic. It’s a utilitarian square piece of metal and plastic, a low-powered ARM processor and 8GB of storage; some sensors and an accelerometer; a pair of headphones and some cloud sync capabilities. It’s not going to change your life unless you let it, and just like every fitness utility, you



The prepaid market is one that we don’t really broach too often, but it’s an essential component of everyday life for millions of Canadians. While the penetration rate for smartphones is nearly 40%, it’s still much more common to see someone with a cheap flip phone or aging candybar walking down the street. Smartphones are


Revisited: the Motorola Atrix

It’s been nearly a year since the Motorola Atrix was announced at CES, and ten months since it was released in Canada. At the time it was running Motoblur on top of Android 2.2 Froyo, and while the hardware blew us away, the software definitely did not. Since then, three things have happened: 1) It