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With the Motorola Droid Turbo leaking out extensively over the past few days, a new revelation is giving us a better idea of what to expect from the device. Fortunately, the leak also reveals the design of the smartphone and provides confirmation on the hardware too. One of the images shows the hardware information of the smartphone which reveals the Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s still some uncertainty over the size of the display, but it has been said that it sports a 5.2 inch display, making...

The Moto 360 smartwatch is widely popular with the masses. And while the device is supplied with a Qi wireless charging dock, users willing to buy another unit can now go ahead and get it via the Play Store. The charging dock was previously listed on Google’s dedicated store but wasn’t available for purchase up until now. Users can also get the charger from Best Buy if they choose to pick it up personally from the nearest outlet. The Play Store pricing has been set at $39.99 which is pretty expensive for a charging cradle,...

An update to the Moto 360 smartwatch is now bringing along some nifty changes. This comes a day after Google started rolling out the Android Wear 4.4W.2  update to its range of smartwatches such as the LG G Watch. Motorola’s update however also brings along some other changes to the fore. Most importantly, customers will see battery life enhancements post the update which will automatically turn off the Ambient Display feature on the device when the battery dips below 15%. Further, the update brings the ability to temporarily...

It’s not new information that the Nexus 6 comes with the Ambient Display feature. But until now, we had very little understanding of what this feature brings to the device. But thanks to a new leaked screenshot, we’re getting a good look of what Ambient Display brings to the Nexus 6. In theory, this is nothing but a rebranded version of Moto Display, which allows users to interact with the device better. The official Play Store listing for the Nexus 6 mentions that the standby time of the device is about 250 hours with Ambient...

The Motorola Nexus 6 was revealed to be going up on pre-order sometime in late October. But now, the American Play Store page is showing the smartphone with a pre-order date of October 29, clarifying once and for all that the device will be up for grabs soon. Once the pre-order is placed, the handset is expected to go on sale starting mid-November, so there will still be some waiting to do. Although the October 29 date has been mentioned before, it’s finally good to have some concrete confirmation coming straight from the horse’s...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is already available in the U.S. through a multitude of carriers. And it’s only natural for us to compare the smartphone with Google’s latest offering, the Nexus 6 which was launched last week. And now, courtesy of UK retailer Carphone Warehouse, we have a better idea of how the two smartphones compare in terms of size and features. What’s instantly evident from the video is the fact that even though the Nexus 6 is significantly larger than the Galaxy Note 4 on paper, the size difference isn’t...

If the new Nexus 6 isn’t attractive to you because of the larger screen size or any other reason, Verizon has a great deal for you. Starting today and lasting until October 20, the new Moto X is half off. With the ability to customize the design of your phone to your liking at $50, this is a great deal. If you want a Natural or Leather back though, the cost will be $25 more at $75. That is still cheaper than $125 for the normal price though. If you want a new Moto X on Verizon, now is a great time to buy one. Hopefully this deal...

The Nexus 6 is one beast of a device with its 6 inch QHD display, the Snapdragon 805 chipset and the 13-megapixel camera on the back with optical image stabilization. For the first time in as far as we can remember, Google has utilized a very capable (but still not the best) sensor on a Nexus smartphone. This is completely understandable given the price it’s going to sell for. And to give you a better idea of what the camera can do, a Google+ user with a demo unit has decided to post some sample images taken from the smartphone...