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We have already kept you posted on Motorola’s Moto X deal which is offering up to $125 in discount on select variants of the handset. And now you can save up to 10% on accessories too, thanks to the company’s latest promotion. This will be possible by using the coupon code JUSTBECAUSE10. However, some accessories such as the Chromecast, JBL Micro Wireless Speakers, Motorola Buds, Motorola Shells and Decks/Tracks Air by Sol Republic headphones are not covered under this promo. Further, customers can get a 50% off on cases...

An artistic rendering of the upcoming Nexus smartphone Yesterday, we spoke about Google and Motorola potentially launching a 5.9 inch Nexus smartphone codenamed Shamu. And today, The Information is coming out with word on this rumored handset. According to the source, the smartphone is indeed real and well on its way later this year. It is said that Google was eager to launch the smartphone much earlier, but wasn’t able to since it owned Motorola back then and there would be calls of conflict of interest. But with Motorola belonging...

The Verizon branded Moto X has just started receiving the Android 4.4.4 update today, almost a month after Google originally began the rollout. But considering the carrier’s history with updates, that’s not the longest the customers have been made to wait. Verizon started seeding the update to soak test invitees a few days ago, so this was along expected lines. As seen with other stock Android devices, the update will bring along the same changes. The changelog mentions that there will be a new graphical layout on the dialer...

Even though Motorola and Google are no longer part of a union, there have been reports of the two companies working closely for the development of future products. One such rumor is now hinting that the next Nexus smartphone could be made by Motorola, carrying a 5.9 inch display. Other aspects of the device remain a secret at the moment, but it is said that the handset will have the codename ‘Shamu‘. The codename was reportedly spotted on a build number over at Google’s issue tracker. It appears to be coming from...

The Moto X+1 appears to be nearing launch with leaks increasing in frequency. And a series of new images sent to the folks over at Android Police has revealed what could possibly be an early pre production prototype of the handset. It’s clear that Motorola has drastically changed the design from the Moto X with the aluminum chassis being used in favor of plastic. The rest appears to be the same as the predecessor, including the custom wooden back panel. It is said that Motorola will also have leather options this time around. Interestingly,...

Motorola has just announced its Back to School promo on the Moto X, with the smartphone getting a discount of up to $125 on the 32 and 64GB model while the 16GB variant is getting a flat $100 discount, effectively bringing the price under $300. The deal should be applicable until July 31, assuming the stocks don’t run out by then. The 16GB Moto X now costs $299.99, the 32GB variant is priced at $324.99 while the 64GB model will set you back by $374.99. It’s quite a massive discount on the smartphone, even though it’s...

We know that the Moto 360 can do a lot of things, but did you know that it also packs an ambient light sensor? While it’s not as eye catching as some of its other features, the availability of an ambient light sensor could roughly translate to improved screen visibility and considerably better battery life. The light sensor adjusts the brightness of the display based on the surroundings, which is something that the current crop of Android Wear smartwatches cannot do. This is certainly going to be a crucial feature on the smartwatch,...

Users looking to buy a Moto X from Republic Wireless will be pleased to know that the carrier is also offering a Google Chromecast for free along with it. A customer can purchase up to four units of the Moto X and Chromecast under this deal. The carrier charges $300 for the Moto X, which is what most retailers and carriers are asking for at the moment. The Chromecast retails for close to $30 through most retailers, so this isn’t exactly a massive discount, but customers will find it an attractive proposition to have it bundled...