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How Google's Giant Nexus 6 Stacks Up To The Big-Phone Competition

Finally, the long-rumoured six inches of pure, unfiltered Android (Lollipop!) just the way Google always intended. So how does Google’s new Motorola-made flagship stack up to the other big dogs in phablet land? Let’s take a look.


Moto G (2014) Review: A Phone This Cheap Shouldn't Be This Good

You are now entering the world of inexpensive smartphones. You’re in the bargain bin, the bottom end, the cheapest of the cheap. Dispense with your expectations of blistering fast processors, pixel-heavy cameras, premium metal bodies, or 2K screens. Also, while you’re at it, do away with the notion that “cheap” means “bad.” I just tested the new Moto G, and it’s surprisingly excellent.


Leaked Droid Turbo Manual Shows A Super-Powered Motorola Smartphone

We’re anticipating a giant-sized, Moto X-inspired Nexus 6 any day from Google’s camp, but new leaks appear to confirm the new Droid Turbo with an impressive amount of smartphone engineering from Motorola.


The Moto 360's Battery Life Has Gotten Way Better

The Moto 360 is the best Android Wear watch, and it just got better. A recent update has done wonders for its battery life, which had been the biggest knock against it.


A Clear Shot Of What Could Be Motorola's Mammoth Nexus Phone

For months we’ve been hearing rumours that the next Nexus phone will be a big ol’ phablet from Motorola. 5.92 inches! Now a picture from the XDA forums seems to show off codename “Shamu” in its natural habit: Looking enormous next to other phones.


Report: Nexus 6 Is Made By Motorola, Terrifyingly Massive

According to 9to5Google, this is the next Nexus device: a Motorola-made, 5.92-inch behemoth. In other words, the next Nexus could be the mother of all phablets.


Is This The Next Motorola Droid?

Well, well, well, look who’s back? After all the Motorola-Google drama,it looks like a new Droid is on the way. The usually reliable Hellomotohk has shots of a brand-new Motorola handset, and it doesn’t appear to be a China-exclusive phone.


Moto X (2014) Review: Still The Android Phone For Everyone

The original Moto X, which debuted last year, was a different breed of smartphone. Rather than trying to build a beast with the best screen and the most horsepower, Motorola focused on the user experience above all else. The result was a phone that was so intelligent and comfortable to use that it almost didn’t matter that it was out-gunned in a lot of ways. Well, the 2014 model is here. Not only does it retain that same sublime user experience, it comes out guns blazing.


Moto 360 Smartwatch Review: The Best Might Not Be Enough

Early this year when Google first announced Android Wear, it teased us with the Moto 360. It was by far the best-looking smartwatch we’d ever seen. Many months later it’s here at last. It’s the best Android Wear device yet, but with the Apple Watch looming on the horizon, it’s no longer clear if that’s good enough.


Moto 360 Battery Life Test: So Far, Not As Bad As You Heard

Battery life is generally the slowest thing to test on a gadget, and it’s almost always the toughest to get right. There’s just no way to rush it, and there are just so many variables regarding how people use a particular gadget that it’s always one of those “your mileage may vary” type of situations. Last week, some very early reviews of the Moto 360 smartwatch lambasted its weak battery performance. It’s possible they may have jumped the gun.


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