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Moto X Style Hands-On: Great Smartphone, Great Price

The Moto X Style is in every way a successor to last year’s Moto X. It’s got all the requisite upgrades you’d expect: the better quad HD display, the better 21 megapixel rear camera with a front-facing selfie flash, and just an all around better look and feel. And somehow, it only costs $US400 across the pond (no word on local pricing yet).


The New Moto G May Be The Best Budget Phone... Again

Motorola just released a hardware Kraken the likes of which we’ve never seen. The new Moto X Style! The battery-conscious Moto X Play! And then there’s the Moto G. Only a few years ago, no one would care about the lesser budget sibling alongside these two powerhouses — but the Moto G is Motorola’s real smartphone champion.


Motorola's Budget Moto G Brings A 13MP Camera And A 5-Inch HD Display

Ahead of an event in New York City today, Motorola has finally revealed its new budget-minded Moto G at an event in India, and the specs seem to mirror what was leaked about a week ago on the company’s site.


The New Moto X Play And Moto X Style Are All About Looks And Battery

When looking for the next great phone to ride shotgun through your life, there are a few things it needs to do well. It needs to have a great display, look neat, and not have garbage battery life. With the third-generation Moto X, Motorola is laser focused on all three.


Here's Every Detail About Motorola's New Budget Moto G

Motorola won’t be officially launching the new version of its venerable budget smartphone until next week, but it might as well cancel the event: thanks to an accidental leak on Moto’s site, we already have all the details.


The Guy Who Invented Mobile Phones Thinks Apps Suck 

The inventor of the first mobile phone thinks that someday we’ll all have tiny computers implanted behind our ears instead of phones. He also thinks apps are terrible.


Motorola's 'Roll-Your-Own' Smartphone Service Coming To Australia

Lenovo and Motorola’s build-a-phone service, dubbed “Moto Maker”, will soon be rolling into Australia. It’s essentially a website that allows you to custom-order your smartphone’s appearance and specifications, much like you would when purchasing a laptop. (There’s a small catch with the local release, however.)


The Moto X Just Got A Fun New Gesture That Turns On The Torch

Briefly: An Android 5.1 update is rolling out to the 2014 Moto X. It adds a new gesture that turns the torch on and off. To do it, simply “chop twice”. That sounds weird, but makes more sense when you look at this GIF.


Top 5: The Best Android Smartphones

Chart: Looking for a new phone? Here are the best Android smartphones available in Australia as of April 28, 2015.


Moto Maker For The Moto 360 Hands-On: Pretty Watch Gets Prettier

The last time we played around with Motorola’s Moto Maker it was for the original Moto X. You could change the colour of the back, the front, the metal accents, and even add a custom engraving to the back. Well, Moto is back at it but this time with the Moto 360 smartwatch. Let’s check it out.


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