A few Nexus 6 devices suffering a build-quality failure where either the back-plate loses adhesion to the chassis of the device, or the back-plate is pushed off due to an expanding battery, depending on whose account you read.
While Motorola already updated a few of its handsets to Android 5.0 Lollipop, there remains a lot of work to be done, as most Motorola users are still waiting for their devices to get the latest version of Google's OS.
Qualcomm celebrates CES 2015 by kicking off a sweepstakes that allows folks in the US (age 18 or older) to win cool prizes for four days - starting today, January 6, and until January 9 (when CES ends).
A tweet from Motorola sent out on Wednesday, revealed that the manufacturer has added a 64GB variant of the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition.
Motorola has a Moto G (2014) with 4G LTE connectivity coming our way. The yet to be revealed successor of Moto G 4G appeared on Motorola's official website in Brazil.
The Nexus 6 is hard to find. Even in the Google Play Store, the shelves where the stock Android phablet would normally be stored, are barren. But Motorola has an advantage over all others selling the phone.
You can pick up a Motorola Droid Turbo, a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, or a Sony Xperia Z3v for half the price on contract.
Released in the US in September, the second-generation Motorola Moto X brought many improvements over the original model, including in the camera department.
From now through December 23rd, Motorola is offering $50 savings on orders of $350 or more placed on its website. If your order amounts to $500 or more, Motorola will give you a discount of $100.
Google began rolling out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop for all Android Wear devices, last week.Android faithfuls such as yourselves have been mashing their "check update" button on their smartwatches.
Owners of the original Moto G are now receiving their much-anticipated Lollipop upgrade. The release makes Motorola's most popular smartphone one of just a small few handsets released in 2013 that are already running Google's latest Android software.
There's already a second generation Moto G out there, so you might be expecting a successor for the even lower-priced Moto E to emerge any moment now. And you wouldn't be wrong, as it turns out.