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Motorola Moto E Australian Hands-On

Motorola wants back into your life. It wants to be what the Nexus phones can’t be, while simultaneously wanting to build the last word in cheap, utilitarian Android for the masses. The Moto E is the company’s attempt at the latter, and after an initial hands-on, it goes down a treat.


Motorola Adds LTE To The Moto G And Launches Budget Moto E

The Moto G is Motorola’s best-selling smartphone ever, and it just got a little bit better: there’s now an LTE version available, as well as budget version called the Moto E.


This Is Possibly, Probably The Moto E

The first handset out of Motorola’s stable since it snuggled up with Lenovo, the expected launch of this week’s Moto E handset is a big deal for the company. So it will probably be a bit miffed that serial leaker EvLeaks has popped the first images of the handset online already, ahead of any meticulously planned launch.


The Smartphone Industry Pledge That Could Stop Your Phone Being Stolen

The likes of Apple, Google, Microsoft and other major figures in the smartphone industry have signed a pledge that will make it harder to steal mobile phones — from July 2015, at least. The pledge sees the companies promise to enable every smartphone user with the ability to remotely brick and wipe their phones when they’re stolen.


How Motorola's Stunning New Smartwatch Was Designed

Motorola wowed us earlier this week with its sleek and incredibly watch-like take on the smartwatch. Now, Moto’s design chief Jim Wicks has spoken out about the creative process that led to the new device.


Moto 360: This Is Motorola's Slick Android Wear Powered Smartwatch

We just learned about Android Wear for the first time , and now we’re already getting inundated in new hardware. Here’s a hot piece of gear from Motorola, the Moto 360. Billed as a more contemporary smartwatch thank the clunky wrist-bricks we’ve seen before, the Moto 360 will supposedly be available this summer.


Moto X Review: Now With Australian Pricing & Availability

When we first got our hands on the Moto X, we were way more impressed than we thought we’d be. We’ve been using and abusing it since then, and we’re happy to say that the good first impression has held up. Forget specs. This is a phone that punches above its weight, and it’s finally coming to Australia.


The 1961 House Of The Future

The 1961 house of the future, as imagined by artist Charles Schridde for a Motorola print ad campaign. To many of us here in the year 2014, the midcentury modern style looks like it could’ve been pulled straight from the world of The Jetsons.


How Moto Tech And Pixar Brains Turn Phones Into Storytime

If you own a Moto X, chances are you noticed a small, red hat appear in your notification tray. You either assumed your phone had been hacked and set it on fire, or you boldly clicked the mysterious chapeau and were whisked off to a 3D world that was like being inside a Pixar movie.


Can Motorola Still Be Awesome Without Google?

You can make all kinds of guesses about why Google sold Motorola. Did it only want the patents all along? Is it making nice with Samsung? But a more pressing question has been weighing on our minds: “So uh… what about the Moto X?”