Motorola has unveiled its seventh generation of G-series phones, comprising four individual models, ranging from £149 to £269 in the UK. Since the first Moto
The biggest event in the mobile industry calendar kicks off next month. What can we expect to see launched?
So as MWC 2017 ended, I got to summarise my three-day trip and detail some of the highlights, some of the gimmicks and some opinion.
One week from now, everyone in the mobile biz will be heading off to Barcelona to see a huge number of new phone releases for
Yesterday, a new company hit the scene and launched two new handsets – one of which almost identically matches the Moto G on specs. But
Today Motorola launched a new Moto G that finally comes with an upgraded chipset, improved camera and, for the first time, water proofing. At the same
Having now got every single budget Motorola smartphone (bar one) since the first Moto G hit the shelves in November 2013, with the Moto E marking its
After a release of the 4G version of Motorola’s second generation Moto G in some markets late last year, the company has today announced its UK
Besides the awesome Moto G family, Motorola last year introduced an even cheaper entry-level model, the Moto E. And today comes the even faster and more
No you haven’t stumbled upon an old article. It’s very much September 2014, even if Motorola has opted to announce two new handsets today with
Moto 360 Smartwatch: More pics and specifications Even as a very happy Pebble user, I am really excited about this forthcoming smartwatch and can’t wait
Pitting the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 against each other, alongside the humble Motorola Moto E.
Motorola has one again come up with something that is sure to help grow its market share even further in 2014, after the huge success of
I list the things that most interest me at MWC, taking place next week.
First Samsung and Google announce a pact, and now Motorola has been sold off to Chinese manufacturer Lenovo. What a week!
Google has launched Google Play editions of the Motorola G, but I really can’t see the point whatsoever.
The Motorola X, first announced in the US last August, is now coming to the UK from February 1st.
Motorola has today announced that Android 4.4 (KitKat) is now rolling out to UK and European users of the Moto G, one day before it is due to make another announcement that could see the launch of the flagship Moto X in the UK.