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The Motorola Gallery and Camera apps have received a new update which introduces Material Design elements. Since both apps are available from the Google Play Store for Motorola devices, the update should arrive rather swiftly if you own a Moto X, Moto G or the Moto E. The UI is seeing the biggest change with these updates along with some neat functionality based additions to the Gallery app. The camera app now lets you conveniently switch to the front camera with a twist gesture, which should make it easier to snap selfies quickly. Motorola...

AT&T received a lot of flak from its customers for having branded its Nexus 6 with a variety of customizations ranging from logos on the device to bloatware apps. And T-Mobile has decided to make full use of this particular disadvantage by posting a detailed statement on Google+ explaining how their variant of the Nexus 6 comes with no such painful additions. T-Mobile’s trusted official and senior product manager, Des Smith had the following to say – No Corporate Logo, No Bloatware, no crap you don’t want on the #Nexus6...

Customers can now walk into a Best Buy outlet to secure a unit of the Motorola Nexus 6 from Sprint. Although the AT&T model is expected to be available today as well, software issues might force Best Buy to send back units to the carrier or Motorola. But since the issue is only limited to AT&T’s variant, the Sprint model should be freely available should you walk over to a Best Buy outlet today. Stocks might differ depending on the region, so make sure you check with the local outlet beforehand. Some stores are reportedly...

AT&T only recently started selling the Nexus 6 to customers who pre-ordered the device and we’re hearing of a potential issue already. According to internal AT&T messages, the carrier is sending out existing stock of the Nexus 6 smartphone due to some software related issues. This software bug reportedly leads to trouble with gaining proper connection as well as a black screen issue while the device is turned out, thus forcing AT&T to return all units of the smartphone. Right on cue, the smartphone has gone out of...

Motorola has just announced the extended warranty service for the Nexus 6, dubbed Moto Care. This has been available for the Moto X as well, so it’s not new to us. The Motorola Nexus 6 went on sale only recently, so the timing of its arrival is spot on. This increases the coverage of your smartphone to two years from the date of purchase. However, there’s a catch. The deal applies to Nexus 6 units bought only through Motorola’s website. We’re hoping it’s applicable for Play Store purchases too, but there’s...

According to a new revelation, Motorola could be prepping the launch of the second gen Moto 360 for early 2015. The report stems from comments made by Gleb Mishin who leads Motorola’s Eastern European division. He has apparently claimed to the Russian media that the upcoming Moto 360 successor will be more “beautiful” and feature a design which is more like a watch. Since his words could have been taken out of context, we suggest you take this with a pinch of salt for the time being. Perhaps Motorola will have something...

Sprint started taking pre-orders for the Motorola Nexus 6 last week with a contract pricing of $299.99. This seemed a little too much and it’s clear that the carrier felt the same as it has now slashed the pricing to $249.99 when bought with a two year agreement. But what about customers who paid the full amount since the pre-orders began a few days ago? Well, Sprint has them covered as well, with a promise of refunding the $50 to customers. Fans have clearly not been impressed by Sprint’s pricing of the Nexus 6, which is...

It wasn’t too long ago when it was discovered that the AT&T branded Nexus 6 would feature plenty of bloatware apps and a custom carrier logo on the back. Today we’re hearing that the device has some more carrier specific customization in tow with a new boot animation, different from the regular version of the Nexus 6. The new images accessed of the AT&T Nexus 6 also show the carrier’s logo on the back as we saw in a leak last week, so it seems like customers will have to make do with another inconvenience while...