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Moto Maker Customization Coming to India

A couple of years ago, Motorola came out with the Moto Maker. It was a huge success, as many were able to demonstrate their artistic side in the form of a smartphone. For those who aren’t familiar with Moto Maker, you practically have the option to create your own Moto …

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Motorola’s Moto G: Updates and New Releases

So Motorola has kept itself busy. Some of their devices received the Android Lollipop 5.1 update, and the company is preparing for the next generation of the Moto G. As far as the news goes, the first and second generation of the Moto G have the current Android Lollipop update. …

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Moto X 2015 Details in Massive Leak

Flashback to the 2014 Moto X, which was a widely successful phone for Motorola. Having one of the best battery performances, compared to other smartphones, the 2014 Moto X was uniquely known for it’s customization. Like the review from Know Your Mobile said, “very few devices offer the ability to pick and choose …

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The Moto 360 vs Apple Watch – Battle for supremacy

The Moto 360 and the Apple Watch are the most talked about smartwatches in the world. These two smartwatches run on 2 different platforms and are not cross-platform compatible. However there are some rumors about the Moto 360 support coming to iOS. So just to get the specs out of …

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Motorola is planning something exciting for us


Motorola is prepping for something exciting, as the company has announced that it would be sending out mystery boxes on February 25th to members of the press. 9to5Google got hold of the announcement which contains a short quote from Motorola saying that members of the press should be prepared on …

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Motorola tells Ive how it is: Apple is outrageous


Motorola has found the criticism coming from designer Jony Ive as offensive and came through with a comeback that tells Apple and Ive how it is: Apple products are outrageously expensive. If you don’t know what we’re referring to here, you should read the extensive profile The New Yorker published …

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