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Holiday price shavings: Moto X 2nd Gen, Amazon Fire Phone [UPDATE]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching, and so are the crazy sales, discounts, and promos. In the spirit of the holiday, Motorola and Amazon have both done a little trimming of their flagship smartphones. But while Motorola is only doing a seasonal pass at the new Moto X, Amazon has seemingly gone all out and dropped the price of the Fire Phone by a considerable amount, hopefully for good.

Motorola Spotlight Player releases 3rd interactive animated story

For Moto X users who have the Motorola Spotlight Player, a video app exclusive to them, waiting for the newest featured animated film has been tedious, but maybe some would say worth it. The third feature has finally arrived on the device and is a beautiful coming-of-age short animated film that hearkens back to the age of hand-drawn animation, but with an interactive element that is possible through Motorola's technological advances on its flagship device.

Moto X Pure Edition, Moto G gets Android 5.0 Lollipop

Just a day after we found out that Motorola has sweetly unleashed the brand new Android 5.0 Lollipop on the 2014 edition of their Moto G, the OEM has also confirmed that their Moto X Pure Edition has also started rolling out the latest major Google upgrade to the platform. Everyone was surprised that the Moto G was the first device to officially get Lollipop-ized, even ahead of the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, or the LG G3 which previously announced it was rolling out in Poland this week.

Moto X (2014) Review

A natural upgrade to the 2013 version, the new Moto X definitely picks up where the former iteration left off. It’s a bit bigger, a touch bolder, and has a hint of class this time around — but does it do justice to the darling of the Android world, or try to hard? We find out in our review.

Verizon DROID Turbo gets detailed in leaked manual

We've heard and seen leaks about Motorola's new DROID device heading for Verizon and so far it has painted a rather surprising picture of a smartphone that could very well have been Motorola's flagship. Now a leaked manual supposedly for the Verizon DROID Turbo has popped up that seemingly confirms that more than premium image of the device. But despite being a carrier-exclusive (at least as far as we know), it seems that the DROID Turbo still offers that same "vanilla" Android experience as the Moto X.

Elliptic Labs pushes for better gesture controls in devices

It’s a different kind of evolution, the way we interact with our devices – call it “reverse evolution” maybe, as the more we delve into better technology for our gadgets, the less physical interaction we demand from them. So device manufacturers come up with gestures, but most of those still require physical interaction through touchscreen or any other part of the device. Elliptic Labs has a viable solution called “multi-layer interaction”.

Motorola’s new DROID Turbo appears at GFX Bench

One of those things we love about smartphone manufacturers is when they need their egos stroked (or destroyed) in wanting to see how their new unlaunched, super-secret phones stack up against others – hence the need to use benchmarking software. It practically gives us a full look into the innards of their new phones, like this new Motorola DROID Turbo, which recently made an appearance at GFX Bench.

The new Moto X, Moto Maker now at Verizon starting Sept. 26 [Update: Available Now!]

The new Moto X – the spanking new flagship smartphone from Motorola – was one of the most leaked, most hyped devices in the build up to the recent IFA 2014 in Berlin. The very stylish phone is now making its way to Verizon customers, with the mobile carrier saying that the device – along with its familiar customizer the Moto Maker – will be available starting September 26.
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