With only a second-gen $120 Moto E launch and limited second-gen G 4G dispatch to its name in 2015 so far, it’s crystal clear the year is barely starting for Lenovo’s new daughter company. And boy, will things get crazy on the Motorola-branded product introduction front over the next couple of months, if rampant rumors
Adrian has an insatiable passion for writing ever since he was in school and found himself writing philosophical essays about the meaning of life and the differences between light and dark beer. Later, he realized this was pretty much his only marketable skill, so he first created a personal blog and then discovered his true calling, which is writing about technology and gadgets in general and Android in particular.Adrian has written 375 articles so far, you can find them below.
Rest? We know not the meaning of the word, as every spare second is spent searching high and low for the best mobile deals to bring you week after week and save you hundreds, hopefully thousands of bucks in the long run. We’re tireless, always with at least a browser tab open on Amazon, and
The rumor is not new. In some shape or form, we’ve been expecting BlackBerry to reach to the dark Google side for salvation for several years now. It seems to be the Canadians’ only shot at a hardware business revival of sorts, and by extension, the company’s survival as a whole. Granted, John Chen could
Typically, we’d wait a little more than nine months to bring an old listicle up to date. But Android device release cycles in general have shortened lately, and when it comes to trendy smartphones endowed with skillful front-facing cameras, a year changes everything. Even six months flip over selfie hierarchies, which is proven by the
Inclined to wait and see what the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, Note 5 and LG G4 Pro are all about before committing to a new daily driver device? Perhaps interested more in the looming third-gen Motorola Moto G? Still convinced Android tablets have a thriving future, despite all the signs suggesting the exact opposite?
Call us rash, call our efforts premature and the venture into speculation territory pointless, with so many unknowns to the Galaxy Note 5 vs LG G4 Pro equation. Nothing to argue there, given one phone’s ETA remains up in the air, while another’s very identity and existence can’t be authenticated at the moment. But someone
Browsing the web, social media activities, taking the occasional selfie, playing mostly rudimentary but highly addictive games, loading up on YouTube cat videos and catching up on one’s favorite TV shows while away from a larger screen. For many of us, those are the essential purposes of a smartphone, and if it can adequately tick
A certain device manufacturer with a stellar past but shaky future is said to be looking for a buyout. Another one is only getting started in a bold quest for tech world domination, flaunting unexpectedly robust low-cost wearable sales numbers. Big change is upon Motorola as well, heartened by Lenovo’s cash flow, while Sony continues
It’s high time Motorola stepped up its game and stopped catering merely to cash-strapped audiences or power users on Verizon. That’s not only our view, and everyone else’s in love with the company’s unique designs, dedication to customization or stock, clean as a whistle Android. Lenovo’s big cats, including CEO Yang Yuanqing himself, have recently
Some say 4 GB RAM is overkill for today’s smartphones. Others feel they don’t even need 3 gigs. After all, Android Lollipop was specifically optimized to work smoothly on 1 GB memory systems, right? Yeah, well, that didn’t quite go as planned, based on rampant recent reports of 5.0-induced memory bleeds, but nonetheless, you’ll hear
No better way to start off a new, long, tedious work week on the right foot than finding the perfect distraction at the best possible price. Be honest, you all like to clear a few Candy Crush levels when the boss man isn’t watching, catch up on your favorite TV shows during lunch break on
Oh, how rumors can distort the truth sometimes. Remember what “credible” insiders said about LG G4’s prospective valuation on the eve of the superb smartphone’s announcement? Shame on us for believing for a second Korea’s first manufacturer runner-up would ever think of topping Samsung’s prices. Still, nobody could have predicted LG’s extreme generosity, as the
There hasn’t been a lot of movement on the children-focused gadget release front this past year, between the time we rounded up the top tablet choices for your little ones and now. But maybe it’s a false sense of quiet we’re picking up, and device manufacturers simply opted to reduce their marketing efforts in the
After unveiling a couple of then odd-looking Chromebooks at I/O 2011, the road-opening first-gen Nexus 7 a year later and short-lived Google Play Edition device program pioneer Galaxy S4 during the 2013 developer-centric San Francisco conference, El Goog turned the page in 2014 and kept the event’s focus on software. Similarly, day one of Google