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Moto 360 leather, metal bands now available individually

Smartwatches have become the accessory du jour for gadget fans the past few years or so. But one criticism (well, if you're the fashionable type at least) about the wearable is that the variant designs are limited and you get stuck with the same watch strap once you buy your smartwatch. Moto 360 is now offering separate watch bands that will give you a bit of limited variety for your smartwatch.

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.

OnePlus ‘Two’ details, launch date leaked, sort of

There were a lot of surprising moves in the smartphone industry in 2014, with Motorola as exhibit A – launching not one, not two, but three flagship level phones. There was also that thing where Apple reneged on Steve Jobs’ promise to never ever build a big phone. And then the OnePlus One happened – a flagship level phone that cost only USD$350 without contract subsidy. Today we’re hearing some whispers about what to expect from the next phone OnePlus will be putting out.

Moto 360 in slim gold and silver can now be yours

As promised to arrive in time for holiday cheer, Motorola has made available two new variants of the highly popular circular Moto 360 smartwatch. Now coming not just in gold and silver palettes but also in a slightly slimmer physique, expanding the appeal and target audience of this otherwise rather geeky timepiece. Naturally, it will come with a higher price to pay.

Motorola updates Camera and Gallery apps with Material Design

Motorola is one of the first OEMs to release their proprietary apps into the Google Play Store for better access for users and it also makes it easier for them to update the apps. Two of those apps are the Motorola Camera and Motorola Gallery, and now they are getting Material Design updates, as Android Lollipop continues to make its way slowly to devices.

T-Mobile hypes virtually pristine version of the Nexus 6

With all the problems AT&T is facing right now with its Nexus 6 phones, it seems timely that T-Mobile is taking time to talk in social media platforms about just how different it is treating its stock of Nexus 6 from other carriers. No branding on the boxes, no branding on the unit itself – a couple of things that T-Mobile did to show just how willing they were for users to have an almost pristine version of the Nexus 6.

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.

Motorola intros Keylink, lets you find your missing smartphone

Motorola has introduced a new way for you to find your missing phone: the Keylink. It's a small device that you can attach to your keychain. This works with a compatible Motorola Connect app installed on your smartphone. So whenever you misplace your phone, you can just click on the Keylink at it will locate your device.