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Motorola phones’ damaged screens can be replaced for free

For people who are constantly mobile and always traveling with their precious devices in tow, chances are, eventually some damage to their gadget would happen. So those who anticipate a broken keypad or a damaged screen sometimes choose their phones based on the post-purchase customer service or warranty. Without fanfare or public announcements, Motorola has apparently that kind of great service if you buy your mobile phones directly from them.

Moto X enticing buyers with trial gimmick, 64GB model

During times like this when the mobile market is overcrowded and constantly changing, you sometimes need to shout out loud to be heard. Moto X, the flagship smartphone of Motorola, is doing just that with a “too good to be true but it’s real” penny trial offer and the release of the 64GB option for the smartphone.

Motorola Assist update brings talk-to-me home

Motorola has just pushed a new update to their exclusive Assist app, now hosted on Google Play Store, with an interesting highlight. Aside from bug fixes and improved driving detection, the update releases the talk-to-me feature from the confines of the car and brings it to your living room.

Moto Stream social Bluetooth speaker lets anyone take over

If you already have a rocking sound system but want to add some wireless streaming into the mix, then Motorola might just have the solution for you. Moto Stream is a funky looking Bluetooth-enabled audio receiver that can effortlessly play your tunes streamed from almost any device, and at a price tag that won't cost you an arm, a leg, or any other body part.