Just yesterday the Moto G (2015) was officially announced. For US customers, it was revealed that they could buy the phone from either Motorola’s website or from Best Buy, but for those who would much rather buy it from another channel, perhaps a carrier who will offer it at a discount on contract, you’re in luck. Show More Summary
DxOMark has put Motorola's brand new Moto X Style to the test. With a 1/2.3" 21MP BSI CMOS sensor, F2.0 lens and dual-LED flash it's no slouch in the camera department. See where it lands in DxOMark's mobile rankings. Read more
Chicago-based Motorola Mobility has invited the media - and anyone who wants to tune into its livestream - to a mystery announcement Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. CT.
We've got some big mobile events coming up next week, so we preview what we expect to see from OnePlus and Motorola. Other big news this week includes a rumor that Apple and Samsung are working together to eliminate SIM cards, and m...
Google Spotlight Stories, a mobile app featuring immersive, 360 degree animated films originally developed by Motorola ahead of its 2011 Google acquisition, has now made its way to iOS devices. The app had been available on Android phones since fall 2013, when Google first introduced the new mobile storytelling format to consumers. Show More Summary
In less than a decade, the mobile market has been completely upended. Companies like Nokia and Motorola that once dominated the space have yielded to newcomers Samsung and Apple.
This week everyone is partying over the final release of Android 5.1 for the Droid Turbo. That doesn't sound like a very big deal on the face of it, but remember that until a few days ago the Turbo was still running Android 4.4 — it needed this update, bad. Show More Summary
If Motorola Mobility's recent tweet is any indication, you can expect Android 5.1 Lollipop to be hitting your Motorola DROID Turbo any minute/day now.
It looks like if you happen to be rocking with Verizon Wireless as your mobile carrier of choice, you would be able to pick up a brand new handset from the folks over at Verizon soon – where it will be known as the Motorola Droid Kinzie, where it will carry the model number XT1585. Show More Summary
Android is a popular operating system for smartphones and tablets. The Google-owned mobile platform is used by popular phone manufacturers, such as Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony Ericson and other tech giants. Presently, Android is the most used mobile operating system with over 78% of its share in the Smartphone market in 2015. Show More Summary
Every year, Google releases a new Nexus phone in collaboration with one of the biggest names from the mobile market. Last year, Motorola was Google’s partner and the Nexus 6 had many visual characteristics of the Moto X 2015 model, and...Show More Summary
The Motorola Moto G as long been one of the best deals in mobile (arguably the best until the OnePlus One recently dropped to $250). So what is Motorola planning for the follow up? A new leak could reveal some new details...
According to a recent tweet sent out by Motorola Mobility in response to a curious owner, the big Android Wear 5.1.1 update still isn't ready for the Moto 360 because of performance issues.
Early last year, Lenovo announced that they would be buying Motorola Mobility from Google. The deal was officially completed in late October 2014 which means that Motorola phones released before then, such as the 2014 Moto X was technically still a Google product, but that could change this year. Show More Summary
The move comes less than a year after the Chinese technology giant bought Motorola Mobility to beef up its smartphone offerings.
How does the new LG G4 compare to the latest Nexus device, the Motorola/Google Nexus 6? Read on, for Gizmag's features and specs comparison... Continue Reading LG G4 vs. Nexus 6 Section: Mobile Technology Tags: Smartphones LG G4 Google Nexus 6 Product Comparison LG Related Articles: Moto X (2014) vs. Show More Summary
If you're the owner of a Moto X (1st Gen. or 2nd Gen.) or Moto E (2nd Gen.) and happen to live in the United States, you're in luck. By the looks of it, Motorola is preparing to roll out Android 5.1 to your mobile devices any day no...
A US jury ordered Motorola Mobility on Monday to pay Fujifilm $10.2 million as they ruled that Motorola infringed on one of Fujifilm's patents. The jury claimed that Motorola violated a Fujifilm patent related to converting color images to monochrome in its smartphones.
Can’t put down the smartphone while driving? Hyundai has a patent for technology that can render it as dumb as a Motorola DynaTAC. Autoblog reports the patent shows technology that “limits or disables the use of some of mobile device...Show More Summary
Phones with big screens seem to be a big trend in mobile lately, with companies like Motorola, Samsung, LG, and more all launching handsets with screens that range in size from 5.5 to 5.9 inches. Well today a newcomer topped them by announcing a phone with a 6.33-inch screen. LeTV has