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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...

The Verizon variant of the Moto G is now getting the Android 4.4.4 update almost a month after Google started rolling it out to its Nexus and GPE devices. The update to Android 4.4.4 brings the customary changes from Google as well as software specific tweaks for features such as the camera. Since the Moto G runs a relatively stock version of Android, users will see the smartphone getting the all new dialer which was a feature introduced with Android 4.4.3. Also new is the ability to pause video recordings and resume whenever necessary,...

Motorola seems to be on a roll of late with the Moto X+1 preparing launch along with the Moto 360 smartwatch. And a new leak today has revealed yet another smartphone from the manufacturer, which is apparently the second generation Moto G. The Moto G was launched late last year, so it’s not completely unexpected that the successor would be on its way already. The image reveals that it’s indeed a new smartphone and there appears to be front facing stereo speakers, similar to what we saw on the Moto E recently. The source claims...

The Moto X could now technically be considered a mid-tier device, but for last year’s flagship it’s still a great buy. And from today until July 23rd, Motorola is offering up to $125 off on an unlocked model, depending on the storage. If you use the coupon code MBXISMOT on Moto Maker, the 16 GB model will drop to $299, down $100 from $399. And if you buy a 32 or 64 GB model, you will save $125, with the prices being $324.99 and $374.99 respectively. This is a great price and it puts the Moto X’s price well below that...

  According to Android Central, some users of the Moto X on Verizon are getting emails for a new soak test. Since Motorola recently said that their Android 4.4.4 upgrade is “well under way,” we can presume that this is most likely part of the soak test. If the soak test is successful, it’s presumable that Verizon and Motorola will push out the 4.4.4 update to all Moto X users. This comes after the release of a similar soak test of KitKat 4.4.4 for the Droid Ultra, Maxx, and Mini. If you’ve gotten an email...

We all know that Motorola is hard at work bringing the Moto X successor to the world. But a new leak from Hong Kong has revealed something for fans of Verizon’s Motorola DROID lineup. According to the source of the leak, what you see in the image above is a back casing of this upcoming DROID smartphone. It’s certainly got the makings of a Motorola device as the Kevlar pattern is quite prominent here. And it’s clearly not a device we’ve seen before, so it could very well be the real deal. Motorola launched the...

Motorola started sending out Android 4.4.4 through a soak test to the Verizon Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx and Droid Mini smartphones a few days ago. And starting yesterday, the update is now being sent out to all devices with the complete changelog available as well. The update will be rolled out through an OTA over the coming days, although customers can manually navigate to the settings and download it as well. The three handsets are updating directly from Android 4.4.2, so things will be noticeably different with Android 4.4.4. Since Motorola...

We’ve been hearing reports about the Moto X+1 and some of its hardware features. But this new video leak might be our best look of the device yet, as it is caught posing next to the Nexus 5. This handset can be considered a phablet as it is visibly larger than any Motorola smartphone we’ve seen so far. The comparison next to the Nexus 5 tells us that it has a display bigger than 5 inches. Motorola employees have reportedly confirmed that the device shown here is legitimate, although they haven’t clarified if this is...