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With most Motorola handsets already receiving the Android 5.1 update, the company has now started sending out the update to its Pure Edition model of the Moto X (2014). The update will bring changes related to stock Android, so if it’s already on Lollipop, there won’t be any notable differences, at least in terms of the general UI. Although it’s said to be running a “pure” version of Android, the update brings the popular chop gesture to toggle the flashlight on or off. There are some other updates to Motorola...

We came across a deal yesterday where the Moto 360 was being offered with a $100 discount courtesy of Best Buy. And now, Motorola.com has also announced the same deal on the smartwatch which will be available until the 9th of June. Getting the Moto 360 through Motorola has its own perks as users can make use of the Moto Maker tool to personally pick the bands and the body color according to their liking. Visiting the Moto 360 page now greets you with a large banner saying that the Moto 360 now starts from $149.99, so it’s hard...

T-Mobile was expected to rollout the Android 5.1.1 update for the Nexus 6 carrying the WiFi calling feature. Interested users can now manually download this update, either through the OTA download link or a factory image link. Both have been signed by Google officially, so you can download them without worry. The factory image file is a hefty 896MB in size, which is understandable given what it brings to the table. The OTA zip file on the other hand is a meager 126MB in size. For those wondering, the update changes the build number to...

The first generation Moto G is now receiving the update to Android 5.0.2, according to the company’s official site. The smartphone was already running Android 5.0, so this update won’t bring along any major changes to the fore. But Motorola makes it a point to list out all the Material Design related changes as well as other features that are expected from Lollipop. It is likely that the new flashlight gesture feature has also been added on the device. This essentially turns on the flashlight on your smartphone every time...

Motorola’s smartphones are usually well supported as far as updates are concerned. But sadly, that’s not been the case with the Verizon Droid Turbo, which is still running on Android 4.4 KitKat, despite launching way back in October. However, the carrier and Motorola gave away some good news to the customers by mentioning that it will directly rollout the Android 5.1 update, leapfrogging over Android 5.0 in the process. And now, Jose Arturo, who is one of the device test engineers over at Verizon, has mentioned that the Motorola...

You can now get the Moto 360 smartwatch as well as the 2014 Moto G for just $299.99, thanks to a new deal over at Motorola. This bundle would usually set you back by $429.98, which makes this a savings of up to $130. The only caveat here is that the deal is only available until 3PM CT, so there’s not much time left. If you’ve been lucky enough to read this post by then, make sure you head over to the link below and purchase the two devices for a touch under $299.99. If you’ve been on the fence about getting a smartwatch,...

The Motorola Droid Turbo was announced late last year just before the Nexus 6 was launched by Google. It features amazing internal hardware with a 2K resolution display, a 21-megapixel camera and a mammoth 3,900 mAh battery pack. However, the smartphone has failed to make an impact on the market. And it seems like Verizon and Motorola are keen on changing that, as they have announced three new metallic colors of the smartphone. You’re essentially getting the same smartphone but with trims in Metallic Blue, Metallic Orange and Metallic...

Motorola unveiled the second generation Moto G in September last year. But it seems like the company won’t wait a year to launch the successor as a new leak has already revealed the existence of the smartphone. Even better is the fact that this revelation was made by an Indian retailer named Flipkart. The smartphone is clearly mentioned to be the third generation Moto G, so it seems like a classic case of the retailer jumping the gun. Does this mean that the new Moto G is right around the corner? That’s very likely as retailers...