According to a leaked image, Motorola and eBuyNow might be working on a new Moto 360 smartwatch, and according to the text printed on the image, it will include a Snapdragon Wear 4100.
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The new Moto 360 isn't made by Motorola, but it does have some callbacks to the iconic device. It also has a Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, 1GB RAM, and of course, a beautiful design.
The Moto 360 is back! The iconic smartwatch has upgraded internals with a Snapdragon Wear 3100 and 1GB RAM, along with a new design, but this one isn't made by Motorola like its predecessor.
The new Moto 360, which was announced in October and isn't actually made by Motorola, is now available for pre-order. The smartwatch starts at $349, and it will ship on January 10.
While Motorola got itself out of the smartwatch game years ago, the fan-favorite Moto 360 is back with a new model. The big difference is that it's being made by someone else this time.
After last year it planned to phase out the Motorola brand, Lenovo has now changed its mind. The Chinese company wants to bring back the iconic name, even ditching the ZUK brand in its home country.
Google announced details of its Android Wear 2.0 launch today, including a complete list of all of the existing devices that will be eligible to upgrade to the new version "in the coming weeks".
If you were planning to grab Motorola's last smartwatch, your time is running out. The listing for the second generation model of the company's Moto 360 is no longer in the Google Store.
According to a new report, Motorola is backing out of the smartwatch market, and the Lenovo-owned company will not include any wearable devices on its annual device roadmap going forward.
The first generation Moto 360 will not be receiving the recently announced major update to Android Wear 2.0, leaving the early adopters with an end-of-life device just two years after its release.
A lot has changed since Motorola released its first smartwatch nearly a year ago. Although the landscape has changed, it looks like Motorola is ready to challenge competitors in 2015.
After delaying the rollout of its Android 5.1.1 update for the Moto 360 earlier this month to work on its performance, Motorola has now released the latest Lollipop version for its popular smartwatch.
While the 5.1.1 update has been rolling out to some Android Wear devices in recent weeks, Motorola says it won't be released for the Moto 360 any time soon as "performance is not quite there yet".
Motorola is holding a 48 hour sale in the UK beginning at midnight on May 18th where the Moto X, Nexus 6 and Moto 360 will be available with these hefty discounts.
UK retailers and carriers are now accepting pre-orders for Google's Nexus 6, with prices starting at £499 off-contract, or free on a two-year plan priced around £35 a month, with delivery from Dec 1.
Motorola has updated their Motorola Connect application. The new update will bring a couple of new options to the watch and will also allow for the creation of custom watch faces.
From new Surface tablets and interesting experiments, to new Office, the end of the Icon and some 'inarticulate' comments, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
With smart watches growing in popularity and Microsoft wanting to have its software everywhere, the company has created a new keyboard for Android Wear devices that you can try out today.
It has been six months since Motorola teased the world with its Moto 360. For the past two weeks I have been using the device and while it might not be the perfect smartwatch, it is a great timepiece.
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.
Although the Moto 360 is yet to be released, it didn't take long for its first rival to emerge. LG announced its newest smartwatch, the LG G Watch R, emphasizing its round design.
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.
ASUS released a teaser indicating that they might be releasing a smartwatch at IFA 2014. As we reported earlier, the smartwatch could be a winner thanks to its rumored aggressive price point.
Although the Moto 360 is yet to be unveiled, a BestBuy listing accidentally revealed the specifications of the highly anticipated smartwatch, along with its price before being taken down.
It's finally here, Motorola's press event that will hopefully unveil its new flagship device and Moto 360 wearable. The event is scheduled for September 4th and will take place in Chicago.
A blogger has got his hands on a Motorola Moto 360 early and has shared his thoughts on the device. It also looks like the Moto 360 could have a few new features when officially released.
OnePlus might be working on a new wearable device that looks strangely familiar. The device looks to share a lot of similarities with the upcoming Motorola Moto 360 that will be released soon.
Google announced its latest wearables platform, Android Wear, at Google I/O. The team went into detail about Android Wear and even announced LG and Samsung wearables that would be available today.
An FCC filing has confirmed that the rumored Motorola Moto 360 will support wireless charging. This comes a day before Google is set to start its developers conference, Google I/O.
Google released a video that reviews some of the key things that will make Android Wear different from other platforms. It gives an in-depth look at how Android Wear will function once released.
Motorola Mobility is holding a contest to vote for a new watch face for its Android Wear device, the Moto 360. The Moto 360 is expected to see a release at Google I/O that starts on June 25th, 2014.
The US Patent Office has released details of a patent application by Microsoft for a "wearable personal information device" or, a smartwatch. Could this mean we'll see a smartwatch soon?