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Motorola Moto G Google Play Edition

well, what do you know? Motorola Moto G (sadly, not the X though) has join the likes of HTC, Samsung, Sony, to fill up another spot in the growing Google Play edition stable. and lucky for budget-conscious Android purists, the Motorola Moto G Google Play Edition won’t be any pricer than the Motorola factory item, which means a price tag of $179 for the 8GB and $199 for the 16GB. the real deal sweetener here is of course, the pure, untainted Android KitKat OS. similar to any ‘pure’ Google devices, the main perks include a stock Android UI and of course, software updates direct from the Mountain View folks. Continue reading Motorola Moto G Google Play Edition

Motorola Moto G Smartphone

while the new Motorola Moto G Smartphone may not tout personalization and look as brilliant as the Moto X, it could be a win-win product for both the Google-own company and consumers. the Moto G is billed as a smartphone that offers a premium experience “for a third of the price of current high end phones.” however, affordability is not only what Motorola is touting; it will be the first smartphone made since Google ownership, to be widely available outside of the United States. it will go on sale this week, starting with Brazil and parts of Europe, with roll out in Latin America, Europe, Canada and parts of Asia in the next few weeks. the rest of the countries/regions, such as the US, India, the Middle East and more of Asia can expect to see the Moto G in early January. all told, Moto G will be available in over 30 countries with 60 partners by 2014. Continue reading Motorola Moto G Smartphone

Motorola Project Ara Modular Smartphone

lets not kid ourselves; we never wished for a phone upgrade cos’ being geeks, we are all in for new gadgets and hence, an endeavor like the Motorola Project Ara Modular Smartphone which touts upgradability may not be the cuppa for us and some folks. i am not saying everyone is like us, but most of us, though not explicitly expressed, could benefit from a jolt of excitement into our tech-laden life, and getting a brand new phone kind of does that. however, if you look at Motorola Project Ara Modular Smartphone from another perspective, it is like a hardware version of the Android, where the community decides how the phone should look, what it is made of (or where it is made, even) and basically, customize the phone to your specific needs. Continue reading Motorola Project Ara Modular Smartphone

Motorola Skip for Moto X

according to Motorola, on average a person unlocks his/her smartphone thirty-nine times a day. based to our rough calculation, this means we would each spend about 156 seconds or 2.6 minutes each day unlocking our phones. that doesn’t seem to be an awful lot of time, doesn’t it? however, time is not the main issue here – the issue here is the hassle of hitting the power and keying the security code or pattern, if you have one. honestly, we didn’t think this unlocking routine is a biggie for us, but if you do, Motorola has just the perfect solution to your “woe” and that solution is a little accessory called Motorola Skip for Moto X. this thumb-sized clip pairs with your Moto X and unlocks it with just a simple tap. it can worn on your shirt’s sleeve, shirt’s hem, belt loop or wherever that most convenient for you and your phone. Continue reading Motorola Skip for Moto X

DECK Wireless Speaker by SOL REPUBLIC x Motorola

there was a little “side announcement” when Motorola unveiled the Moto X last week and it was a collaboration speaker by SOL REPUBLIC and Motorola, dubbed as the DECK Wireless Speaker. honestly, we are not digging its look, but on paper, it has pretty impressive stuff going under the fancy hued, thin wireless speaker. powered by the R2 Sound Engines, bolstered by a bass port and a high-watt amplifier, the DECK Wireless Speaker features a 360-degree Full Sound ensuring that the music reaches out in all direction and an Outdoor Mode, activated at a press of a button, enables the sound to travel even further. the Outdoor Mode is a much needed feature as this little guy here has a Super Power Wireless range of an incredible 300 feet or about 91 meters which is about the length of a standard soccer field. Continue reading DECK Wireless Speaker by SOL REPUBLIC x Motorola

Motorola Moto X Smartphone

up to this point, smartphones are offered “as is”, which means out-of-the-box, each model looks the same. customization is an afterthought and usually, from third-party makers of cases, decals and the likes. with the much anticipated Motorola Moto X Smartphone that “as is” doesn’t exist. it is the first smartphone that actually lets you dictate the look (not the form, though). you are empowered to decide what color and details that goes to front, back, accent and you even get to chose the memory, wallpapers, and add a name or a short message to it. in short, when it rolls out of the factory in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, it would be your kind of phone. there are over 2,000 possible combinations – from real wood to woven backs, Google-owned Motorola is confident that there is something for everyone and if you changed your mind, you can even redesign it or return the phone within 14 days. we hate to say this, but this little customization ‘gimmick’ might just revolutionize the smartphone industry. Continue reading Motorola Moto X Smartphone

Motorola S11-FLEX HD Wireless Headphones

Motorola S11-FLEX HD Wireless Headphones
Motorola S11-FLEX HD Wireless Headphones | US$129.99 | www.motorola.com

the problem with wireless headsets are, most of them follows the mantra of ‘one size, fits all’ which means that it will not be a ‘comfortable fit’ for all users. no kidding. some people actually have really bad abrasion after long hours of using headphones but then, it is a seemingly minute problem that we have learned to live with. however, Motorola begs to differ and in fact, it thinks that a good headset should have five points of adjustability for that ‘custom fit’ that will see through your rigorous workouts or whatever you might be doing without the strain or insecurity Continue reading Motorola S11-FLEX HD Wireless Headphones

Motorola Intel-powered RAZR i

Motorola Intel-powered RAZR i
Motorola Intel-powered RAZR i | US$tba | www.motorola.com

among the current slew of smartphones, Qualcomm is perhaps the most used processor but the tide might be changing as Intel have just stepped up in the smartphone territory with a couple of phone announced this year and now, Motorola RAZR i. actually, we prefer to call it Motorola Intel-powered RAZR i. anyway, the RAZR i is equipped with a 2.0 GHz Intel Atom processor (albeit, being just a single-core item) that promised to offer transition from game to texting to whatever – all without missing a beat Continue reading Motorola Intel-powered RAZR i

Motorola HMC3260 Cloud Computer

Motorola HMC3260 Cloud Computer
Motorola HMC3260 Cloud Computer | US$na | www.motorola.com

tired of the typical Mac or Windows-flavored computers? then lets hope that this Motorola HMC3260 Cloud Computer made specifically for WASU Digital Group, a China telecommunications service provider, becomes a commercial reality for the rest of the world. however, the HMC3260 is not a desktop computer per say but it is designed to allow WASU’s customers to enjoy a range of cloud-based services provided by WASU, including games, high-definition television programs and movies, web surfing et cetera. Continue reading Motorola HMC3260 Cloud Computer

Three New Motorola RAZR Smartphones

Three New Motorola RAZR Smartphones: RAZR HD; RAZR M; & DROID RAZR MAXX HD
it may not be the hottest selling cake in the smartphone arena but the almost unpronounceable RAZR smartphone from Motorola is certainly one of the best in the look department and well, the best seller for this pioneer of the cellular phone. Motorola has added another three smartphones to its RAZR family: the RAZR M, RAZR HD and the DROID RAZR MAXX HD. the main draw for the M is its edge-to-edge Super AMOLED Advanced 4.3-inch display. despite being just 4.3-inch, it still have the real estate for a comfortable viewing Continue reading Three New Motorola RAZR Smartphones