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Moto Maker is now live in the UK: Design your custom Moto X (2014) today

Moto Maker is now live in the UK: Design your custom Moto X (2014) today

By 16 September 2014

We reported just yesterday that Motorola's UK website is now offering direct sales of Motorola's devices. Now Moto Maker has opened up through the same website. This means that you can settle down and design your second-gen Moto X today. Just head over... >>

Should I wait for Nexus 6 (Nexus X) or buy the Moto X now?

Should I wait for Nexus 6 (Nexus X) or buy the Moto X now?

By 5 September 2014

Motorola has announced a new flagship handset in the Moto X. It was previously an affordable well-specced smartphone, much like Google's Nexus. This time it's shot up to £430, more of a flagship offering on the spec sheet, but still offering an experience... >>

Motorola Moto X (2014) vs Moto X (2013): What's the difference?

Motorola Moto X (2014) vs Moto X (2013): What's the difference?

By 5 September 2014

Motorola has just announced new versions of its Moto X and Moto G smartphones for 2014. Both handsets have undergone design and spec upgrades to make them as impressive as they were when they launched last year. In fact these are more impressive, with prices... >>

Unlock your Moto X with wrist-worn digital tattoos, now available in US

Unlock your Moto X with wrist-worn digital tattoos, now available in US

By 23 July 2014

Motorola has taken wearable technology to a whole new level, thanks to a new digital tattoo that you wear on your wrist to unlock your phone. The average person spends two or three seconds unlocking their phone, and that means they can spend several minutes... >>

Motorola Moto X+1 could be unveiled later today, is this an early render?

Motorola Moto X+1 could be unveiled later today, is this an early render?

By 25 June 2014

Ahead of Google I/O later today the latest flagship Motorola phone, Moto X+1, has leaked again. This time it's a render of the device showing off its design, as previously described in leaks. The promotional render was sent to 9to5mac by its sources revealing... >>

Motorola Moto Maker adds Moto X college colours and lowers price during March Madness in US

Motorola Moto Maker adds Moto X college colours and lowers price during March Madness in US

By 7 March 2014

Motorola has updated Moto Maker in the US with a new College Collection in celebration of NCAA March Madness. The NCAA Basketball Championship is a single-elimination tournament organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association and played each... >>

Motorola Moto X review (UK edition)
4.5 out of 5

Motorola Moto X review (UK edition)

By 31 January 2014

No, your eyes are not deceiving you, this is the second time we've reviewed the Motorola Moto X. This is not something we're going to make a habit of, but in this case we think there's a real need to look at the device as it launches in the UK. Not because... >>

Lenovo said to buy Motorola from Google for up to $3 billion, announcement expected in hours

Lenovo said to buy Motorola from Google for up to $3 billion, announcement expected in hours

By 29 January 2014

Lenovo has plans to buy Motorola Mobility from Google for roughly $2 billion, according to China Daily. Reuters adds to the report, saying the deal will be worth $3 billion. TechCrunch and the New York Times confirm it too.  UPDATE: It's official:... >>

Moto X wood back covers now available in Walnut, Teak, and Ebony via Moto Maker for $25 extra

Moto X wood back covers now available in Walnut, Teak, and Ebony via Moto Maker for $25 extra

By 17 January 2014

Motorola recently added a Bamboo back cover for the Moto X to Moto Maker, and now the company has created additional wood finishes for the flagship smartphone. The new finishes are called Walnut, Teak, and Ebony. You can convert the plasticky Moto X... >>

Motorola: Moto X is not competing with the Nexus 5

Motorola: Moto X is not competing with the Nexus 5

By 17 January 2014

"How is the Moto X different to the cheaper Nexus 5?" is the question that we found ourselves asking as soon as we heard Motorola's flagship phone was coming to the UK. It was, therefore, something we put to Motorola's James Soames our our interview with... >>