With Motorola’s new Moto G, the “G” stands for “global.”
Motorola’s cheaper, slower take on the Moto X is a little over a week from seeing the light of day.
Would you pay $200 on-contract for a great phone that technically had mid-range hardware?
The Moto X’s biggest flaw could soon be a thing of the past.
Motorola may have a mixed history when it comes to tablets, but the company isn’t giving up on the form factor just yet.
By keeping component costs low, Google is making a bit more cost-effective to assemble the Moto X at home.
Among the many things the Moto X has going for it, you can now add ease of repair.
Editor’s Pick “Tim just doesn’t hit me as a guy who’s excited about the future.”
Editor’s Pick The Moto X proves you can still make a great phone even if it’s not the fastest one around.
Motorola has even more tricks up its sleeve for the Moto X.
“Why let the Motorola Moto X have all the fun, when you can launch your camera with gestures for free today?” say the developers.
Don’t call the Moto X a mid-range phone.
Editor’s Pick That the Moto X doesn’t feature the absolute fastest mobile processor doesn’t matter much. It’s all about simplicity, comfort, and some forward-thinking features.
Motorola thinks current smartphones are actually pretty dumb. Enter, the Moto X, Motorola’s not-so-secret, made in America, sensor-laden flagship smartphone.
The Moto X, Motorola’s first smartphone designed under Google, isn’t shying away from minimalist interfaces.
Just a day after Google invited media to attend the unveiling of the Moto X Android smartphone on Aug. 1, more pictures of the hyped device have been leaked to the web.
Motorola’s not-so-secret Moto X, its first Android smartphone developed under Google, will officially be unveiled in a few weeks.
While the Moto X is still weeks away from being officially unveiled, we already know quite a bit about Google’s first Motorola device
Thanks to Eric Shcmidt, we finally have our best look yet at how Motorola’s upcoming Moto X will look.
Languishing at 1 percent of a global phone market it helped create, Google subsidiary Motorola is planning to unveil the Moto X, a customizable phone, this summer. And to support its launch, Google is planning to spend as much as $500 million.
Motorola is following in Microsoft’s footsteps.
Motorola has unveiled its first ad for its upcoming Moto X smartphone — but, unsurprisingly, it raises more questions than it answers.
Motorola’s chief executive Dennis Woodside confirmed that the company’s next phone will be called the “Moto X” today — and added that it will be manufactured in the U.S.