Motorola is slashing $150 off the cost of the Moto X for Cyber Monday.
Google-owned Motorola is moving mighty fast with Android 4.4 updates, rolling out the chocolaty new KitKat OS to the Verizon Moto X as we speak and working out the kinks of the OTA for close to a dozen other handhelds.
The U.S. exclusivity of the Moto X is one of of its very few downsides, but that’s something that might change in the near future.
There are only two days left until Motorola will make its spanking new Moto G official and the low-cost version of the Moto X is pretty much an open book following previous spills of information and two fresh tidbits.
It looks like the Moto G launch and Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Moto X, Droid Maxx, Ultra and Mini are not the only neat little surprises Motorola has in store for its fans ahead of the holiday season.
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With the Moto X bombing early at the box-office (no one’s made sales numbers official yet, but it’s crystal clear the thing is anything but a hit), the newly owned Google company needs a miracle worker in order to get back on track financial-wise.
A new tweet from @evleaks states that Verizon will get the Moto Maker customization suite on November 11.
It may seem a little too early to call it, but it’s so obvious that there’s no point in waiting and keeping Motorola’s hopes up. Sorry, guys, the Moto X is a dud.
The promised Moto X Developer Editions are now available in two variants: one that will work with GSM Networks while the second one is for Verizon Wireless.
It’s become a sort of tradition for Apple’s competitors to try to detour media attention away from big iPhone or iPad unveilings through social media and commercials of all kinds. You can call it envy or you can call it solid PR. I like to call it humor.
It’s not a secret anymore that top-notch hardware and solid software support are not the only things that sell gadgets nowadays, with marketing and publicity playing a key role in convincing people to buy or pass a certain product.
A leaked screenshot on Tmonews suggests that the T-Mobile version of the Moto X will be available directly from Google’s Play Store.
Motorola’s Moto X has made its way to Verizon, and is available to buy online. The carrier has mentioned that the device will be available in-stores in the coming weeks.
Motorola has revealed on its website that the Developer Edition of the Moto X is coming soon, with an unlocked bootloader and 32 gigs of built-in storage.
Yesterday, Moto X was released along with the Moto Maker customization kit. Most of the customizations offered by Moto Maker are free, but if you are planning to get a back plate made of organic material, you may have to wait a little longer, and it may come with a premium price.
U.S. carrier AT&T has announced this morning that the Moto X will be available from August 23rd onward. The 16GB model will cost $199 on contract, with the 32 GB model costing $249.
We always assumed August was to be a hectic month for Verizon, with America’s number one wireless network receiving three new Droid family members, plus the Moto X and HTC One, but it turns out the final ten days of this month will be much more crowded than expected.
The Moto X will be arriving on all carriers at the same time, which is proof that Google’s hand in the matter involves more than just the Android OS.
The Moto X’ Active Display feature, which lights up the screen to display notifications, has been adapted in a third-party app called for Android 4.3 devices.
Some were a bit perplexed as to why Motorola isn’t shipping it’s Moto X handset with Android 4.3, but worry naught, because Motorola CEO, Dennis Woodside, has hinted that Google’s latest Jelly Bean will eventually grace the company’s new handset.