You can pre-order the 32GB Moto X Pure Edition with a Jonathan Adler design for just $475, shipping starts December 15

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You can customize your Moto X Pure Edition smartphone to your heart’s content via Moto Maker, but if you prefer, you can also pre-order one of three limited edition designs created by the Jonathan Adler. In case you are wondering who Jonathan Adler is (I know I was), he is a potter, designer, and author who seems to be big in ceramics and home furnishings.  Read more

Motorola’s Cyber Monday sale saves on last year’s phones and smartwatches


Motorola seems to be clearing out its stock of old hardware for Cyber Monday this year. The company is discounting last year’s Moto X, Moto G, and Moto 360 models rather than the updated versions. But, know knows, Motorola could always surprise consumers with flash deals on this year’s round of phones and smartwatches. And we sure hope they do. Very few people will be inclined to get last year’s Moto X when they could just spend $100 more to get the Moto X Pure Edition. The same thing goes for Motorola’s smartwatch. All of Motorola’s Cyber Monday deals aren’t that big of a savings when you look at the current models’ prices.

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Motorola starts sending out invites to an event it’s holding in India on December 1


Earlier today, Motorola sent out its first batch of invitations to an exclusive press event it’s holding in New Delhi on Tuesday, December 1. Unfortunately, the Lenovo-owned company hasn’t disclosed what exactly it’s planning to unveil at the conference, but there are some hints being subtly dropped by the firm that suggest we could see the release of the second-generation Moto 360 in India.

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Verizon offering up to $500 on select Black Friday deals


Verizon has largely resisted a lot of the changes going on in the wireless carrier industry, but resistance is futile when it comes to Black Friday. If you are interested in switching to the carrier and are willing to get a phone from a small selection of options, this Friday could be the day to do it. Verizon will be offering deals totaling up to $500 in credits and gift cards. Read more

[Deal] The Moto X Play is on sale for just £199 from Amazon UK today


If you are in the market for a new smartphone, or perhaps thinking of giving one as a present to a loved one (it is getting to that time of year, you know), choosing the right phone at the right price can be somewhat taxing. But what would you say if I told you that the black Moto X Play can be found for just £199 from Amazon UK today, saving £70 on the usual price? Read more

The Moto G 2014 begins receiving Marshmallow update as part of Motorola’s Soak Test


Motorola often releases builds of the latest version of Android for their devices via its ‘Soak Testing’ program, which allows device owners to enjoy the latest software features while finding and reporting any bugs with the firmware. There’s some good news if you’ve previously registered your Moto G 2014 (reviewed here) for a Soak Test as it seems that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is headed your way.  Read more

New Motorola ad campaign explores your PhoneLove


Motorola is launching a new ad campaign for their smartphones, including the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition and Motorola DROID Turbo 2, based on the premise people really love their phones. As part of the campaign, Motorola has enlisted the help of Ashton Kutcher to conduct a series of experiments to see just how far people will go in their relationship with their mobile device. Read more

Moto X Pure Edition to gain T-Mobile band 12 support with upcoming Marshmallow update


Last Thursday, we reported that Motorola had entered the initial development stages of the much-anticipated Android 6.0 update for a handful of its latest devices. Today, however, David Schuster, VP of Product Sales and Operations at Motorola, revealed that this upgrade is more than just a standard factory one. It will, in fact, transport compatibility for a new LTE band to one of the Lenovo-owned company’s smartphones.

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