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The leather and black resin models of the 2014 Moto X are now selling for $0 and $1 via Amazon. The latter is also available via Best Buy at the same price. Off contract, the smartphone will still you back by under $550, so nothing’s changed there. The AT&T model is available in both black leather and black resin models while the Verizon branded Moto X is only available in the black resin variant under this price. It’s a nice discount to have on a flagship product like the Moto X which went official only recently. The...

Always at the forefront of innovation when it comes to mobile autonomy, Motorola has done it again, just as Lenovo was closing the device manufacturer’s purchase. They’ve taken the wraps off and commercially released the Droid Turbo, which grabs the battery powerhouse baton right from the hands of the dying Droid Maxx. Not all about juice, the 5.2 incher offers top-shelf specifications through and through, including a blazing fast quad-core 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 SoC, 3 GB RAM, 21 MP dual-LED flash camera and Quad HD Super AMOLED...

The much hyped Angry Birds Transformers game has officially hit the Google Play Store earlier today, letting Android users in on some of the robotic bird slinging action. This is a free app obviously and follows the same gameplay as preceding Angry Birds titles. The only difference here is that the birds transform into “AUTOBIRDS” when slinging towards the piggy territory. Playable characters include Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and the rest of the crew from the Transformers franchise. Understandably, Angry Birds Transformers...

One of the founders of Android, Andy Rubin, has official announced his departure from the company. It is said that after leaving Google, he will focus on developing and helping out tech startups in the industry. Having been part of Android since 2005 and more recently with the robotics division at Google, this marks a significant exit for the company. He hasn’t detailed his roadmap for the future, but it is believed that Rubin will start his own company which will aid startups, probably related to robotics which has been a fascination...

Samsung has finally put an end to the months of leaks about its metal clad A series of smartphones by finally unveiling the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A5. Interestingly, there’s no mention of the Galaxy A7 yet, so it’s likely that Samsung is reserving that for the holiday season. Both the A5 and the A3 are midrange offerings with the A5 being the more powerful of the two. The Galaxy A5 comes with a 5 inch 720p display, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, a 5-megapixel portrait camera, 16GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM, a 1.2...

Most customers in the U.S. who tried to pre-order the Nexus 6 yesterday might have experienced plenty of trouble in trying to get the handset. And within a matter of few minutes, the device was mentioned as out of inventory and the Play Store listing reflected the changes asking users to check back shortly. While this has been very frustrating for hopeful buyers, there might be a reason for this ordeal. First and foremost, the Nexus 6 will soon be available through all major carriers of the U.S, which is a first for a Nexus handset....

The Samsung Gear S smartwatch will be up for grabs through all four major carriers of the U.S. by early November according to a new release issued by Samsung. The likes of Sprint and T-Mobile have already confirmed the availability of the smartwatch starting November 7 and 9 respectively, while Verizon and AT&T are yet to offer any word on the launch dates. Interestingly, AT&T was expected to be the first in the U.S. to offer the smartwatch, but it seems like the carrier has postponed its plans. The smartwatch has been priced...

Sony has been struggling to keep up with the rapidly changing landscape of the mobile industry. And evidence to the fact is the company’s poor showing over the past few quarters despite having stellar devices to sell. Part of the company’s downfall has been the lack of proper consumer awareness, which is where the likes of LG and Samsung shine. And as the company gears up to announce Q3 results tomorrow, it has decided to replace the head of its mobile division. Kunimasa Suzuki has been at the helm as the CEO of Sony Mobile...