Motorola announced on Friday it will close its Fort Worth, Texas manufacturing plant by the end of the year. The factory opened in September 2013.
Motorola announced the Moto E, a handset aimed at the low-cost market that costs just $129 without a contract.
Following in the footsteps of three other carriers, AT&T is ready to get Android 4.4.2 on the Moto X. A software change log is now live showing a few fixes and one new printing feature in the Android update.
The Moto X morphs again. This time it has nine new colors to create up to 40 combinations of colleges, just in time for March Madness. Samsung’s Galaxy S5 gets a close-up on video and HTC makes good on its promise of mid-range phones.
Think you’ll have the best March Madness bracket this year? That’s a tough one but it’s easier to support your team now: Motorola introduced new college colors for the Moto X along with custom cases for dozens of universities.
Motorola’s Touchless Control software gained a new trick on the Moto X and Verizon Droid phones: You can now say “OK Google Now, what’s up?” to hear a quick summary of your unread notifications.
Motorola revealed that it is working on a smartwatch and follow up to the Moto X, and bringing Moto Maker to Western Europe and Mexico.
Did Lenovo make a good deal in spending $2.91 billion on Motorola Mobility? Perhaps the financials don’t look good yet but add together smartphone sales of Lenovo and Motorola and you get the new no. 3 smartphone vendor in the world.
Considering switch from iOS to Android? The newest Motorola phones are solid choices and Motorola makes it easy to get your contacts and calendar events migrated from iCloud to your new handset.
Leaks are flowing during the run-up to a Galaxy S5 launch, with some suggesting two different models. Nokia’s Normandy looks to be based on Android but not for Google’s benefit while the Moto X has three more wood options cut down to $25.