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It looks like folks sporting a Motorola handset may be only days away from an official Android 5.0 Lollipop update, as the support pages were published last night though quickly pulled later.
Just in time for football season, Verizon customers can purchase a new Moto X for only $119.99 with a 2-year contract and customize it with a genuine football leather back.
Thanks to a leaked internal test build we now know that the 2014 Moto X is likely to receive Lollipop in the near future. Alongside the OS improvements Motorola also did a bit of redesigning.
For those that missed the original launch of the Motorola Moto 360, you will be happy to know that Motorola will release a limited batch, this coming Tuesday. The Moto 360 retails for $249.99 USD.
After leaks and speculation, Motorola has finally unleashed its new line up of devices for 2014. The new devices will receive face lifts and internals updates, but will remain the Moto X and Moto G.
Motorola's next flagship rumoured to be launched on September 4, under the Moto X+1 name has been leaked through a press image, showing off its colours and custom back cover.
Motorola is reportedly working on eight new handsets - all of which could be launched before the end of the year - including the Moto X+1, a replacement for the G, and the long-awaited Nexus 6.
It looks like Motorola Moto X, G, and E users in India will start seeing a new update sometime this week. Motorola has announced that it will be releasing its Android 4.4.4 update to users in India.
Motorola has launched the Moto Maker customization platform for the Moto X smartphone in Germany, making it the only country other than the United States to get the customization tool.
For those who want the ultimate in convenience, VivaLnk has created a digital adhesive NFC tattoo that will enable you to unlock your phone. The tattoos are currently available for the Moto X.
Motorola will offer a new promotion on its flagship device starting June 9th. For a limited time, Motorola will allow you to trial the device for two weeks for $0.01 - but supplies will be limited.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Motorola Mobility will close its factory in Fort Worth, Texas, where it was making its Moto X smartphone, by the end of 2014.
A Brazilian retailer has leaked the upcoming Motorola Moto E device. Judging by the specifications, the handset seems aimed at budget-minded consumers. Motorola will hold a press event on May 13.
Specifications of an unannounced entry-level Motorola handset - allegedly called the Moto E - have leaked, suggesting that the device may launch soon, and could be the company's cheapest smartphone.
Motorola's rumored succesor to the highly customizable Moto X, the Moto X +1, will have the option for leather backplates that will come in four colors. The X + 1 has no official release date.
Motorola's CEO has revealed plans to launch a smartphone for just $50, while at the higher-end, the company will offer more customization on its devices, including screen sizes and functionality.
Motorola is sending out invites for a special launch event in the UK. It's very likely that this is the launch event for the company's customizable Moto X handset that previously launched in the US.
Motorola has announced it has cut the "no contract" cost of its Moto X smartphone down to $399 permanently, after previously offering the Android device for $349 as a temporary sale price.
2013 was a year that saw many tech-related failures, including a relaunch of a mobile OS that bombed, an attempt to sell a wearable device that did not go as expected and more.
Limited stock of Bamboo back plates for the Moto X smartphone are now available for purchase with January shipping from Motorola's official online store and can be customized using Moto Maker.
Motorola will offer a way for consumers to get its Moto X smartphone for $349 without a contract again after its Cyber Monday offer was marred by MotoMaker and online ordering issues.
A Fixya report shows the most common issues regarding the market's leading phones. Poor battery life and overheating were common issues surrounding the iPhone 5s, S4, HTC One and the Moto X.
Motorola has announced its recent Moto X Android smartphone is getting a price cut to $99 with a new two year contract and the Moto Maker customization feature is now available for all U.S. carriers.
The Moto X could see a major price reduction soon, with up-front contract fees potentially getting halved. Fans of the wooden back shown at launch could also be able to select one of four finishes.
AT&T has announced it will start selling its version of the Moto X smartphone from Motorola on August 23rd, and will offer the Moto Maker customization options on the same day.
Motorola and its parent company Google have officially announced the first details of its Moto X Android smartphone, which will go on sale in late August or early September in the US.
New leaked press images of the upcoming Moto X device from Motorola show the two color variants of the handset in all their glory: a black version which we've seen before and a new white version.
A new clean press render of the upcoming Moto X phone has now surfaced, and while it doesn't show anything surprising, it gives interested folks a very clear picture of the phone.
Google has sent out invites to members of the media inviting them to a press event in New York City on Aug. 1, where the company's Moto X smartphone from Motorola will be unveiled.
A leaked promotional video from a Canadian wireless carrier has formally revealed the Moto X as well as several custom features, such as always-on voice commands and camera gesture launching.
An image of the front of the upcoming Moto X smartphone has leaked, following photos of Google Chairman Eric Schmidt using the smartphone at an event earlier this week.
A new report claims that Motorola's upcoming Moto X smartphone will be sold by all four major US network operators and that the phone won't have as much pre-installed carrier "bloatware".
Motorola is holding press events next week for small groups of journalists on July 10th and 11th, but the event has nothing to do with its upcoming Moto X smartphone.
Google will run a large ad in several major US newspapers Wednesday hyping the upcoming Moto X from Motorola as "the first smartphone that you can design yourself."
Motorola's Dennis Woodside has revealed a few small details about their upcoming 'Moto X' flagship Android smartphone, which should arrive in October with "two processors" inside