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Moto 360: equally happy on the left or right wrist

Motorola, and lead designer of Moto 360 Jim Wicks, have recently wrapped the Meet Moto 360 event. This hangout covered a wide range of topics ranging from battery life, to charging, to whether the watch would work with all Android device and more. To that last point, Wicks did confirm the Moto 360 would work with all devices running Android 4.3 or later. The event also touched on whether the Moto 360 would be good for lefties.

Moto 360 smartwatch rumors suggest limited availability

Google announced Android Wear yesterday, and following shortly after we saw word about the Moto 360 coming from Motorola. The Moto 360 will be a smartwatch powered by Android Wear, however many of the specifics have yet to be revealed. Motorola mentioned how it would be available in the summer months, but pricing and anything more specific in terms of availability remains a mystery.

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside says departure “was not an easy decision”

News of Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside leaving for Dropbox arrived earlier this morning. Given the original report came courtesy of The Wall Street Journal there wasn't much room for doubt, but with that in mind, it is still good to see the confirmation direct from the source. Dennis Woodside recently posted a departure notice on the Motorola blog, calling this a difficult decision.

Verizon Moto G Android 4.4.2 rollout begins

Verizon released the Moto G back on January 9th. And while the handset arrived as a solid pre-paid option for Big Red customers, there was a slight bit of disappointment from some as it shipped with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Verizon did say the Kit Kat update would come in the "near future" however a specific timeline remained a mystery. But in a bit of good news, user reports are beginning to detail the Android 4.4.2 rollout.
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