Lenovo isn’t a big player in the US smartphone market, but it’s one of the top makers of Android devices by volume worldwide. The 2016 Tech World event was a turning point for Lenovo […]
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Fans of Motorola have been wondering what the company would look like under Lenovo’s leadership, and today we’re getting a better idea. Motorola has announced the new budget-friendly Moto G family, the first […]
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Some of you might have a Motorola Lapdock laying around from your days as an Atrix or Droid Bionic user. It might be time to dust it off, because it turns out it’s […]
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That slight dimple on the back of the Nexus 6? It wasn’t just meant as a place to stick the Motorola logo. It was supposed to host a fingerprint reader. So why isn’t […]
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This last year has been a big one for Android. Displays have started moving beyond 1080p, devices keep getting bigger, and Android 5.0 brings the most fundamental change the platform has seen in […]
With a quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and a massive 5.96-inch display, Motorola’s Nexus 6 is a fantastic smartphone. That said, with a flagship smartphone comes a whopping price tag. Buying […]
Instead of unique experiences across the user spectrum, Motorola's smartphones are all slight variants of one another.
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On paper, the Droid Turbo is a powerhouse that outclasses the Moto X in several critical areas, but they're actually pretty much the same.
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As of today, Motorola is a Lenovo company. Fortunately for Motorola fans, it appears that this is not a bad thing.
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Android 5.0 Lollipop is here, along with a massive phone, a metal tablet, and a set-top box.
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For years, smartphone fans have railed against the concept of carrier-based exclusives. We live in a world where these exclusives happen significantly less often, and most of the launches we’ve seen in the […]