can pair to multiple devices at once. If you’ve ever encountered a problem with needing to hear multiple things at once, these are the headphones for you.
Motorola's research arm, however, might just have the answer to that with Project Ara.
price drop last week, though, at the time that only included the on-contract pricing. That meant the handset dropped to $99.99 on a two-year agreement, while the full retail price remained at $579 and $629 for the 16GB and 32GB models respectively. And well, similar to the $100 drop for on-contact purchases, the off-contract price has dropped by $100.
Moto X has gotten solid reviews, which in many cases -- brings talk of how the software is solid and feature rich. But that being said, we suspect some Moto X users want a choice to run something else. For that crowd, it looks like those rocking an AT&T, T-Mobile or Verizon Moto X can now get going with CyanogenMod.
working with Pixar to bring something fresh to the device, but it may be more than a one-off collaboration.
Moto X price drop from even before the handset officially launched. And well, it looks like that drop is currently going into effect. There has yet to be any official announcement from Motorola, however they have done the next best thing -- dropped the price on the website. Those checking the Moto X page on the Motorola website will see a price that has been cut in half.
Motorola trademark filing was discovered earlier in the week. At the time there was little more than how Motorola had trademarked the name Moto G. As we often see on the web, when the details are light, the speculation goes into overdrive. In this case there was talk of everything from the Moto G being a Google Edition Moto X to the possibility of something headed towards Verizon Wireless.
stellar reviews, it’s really been one of the best smartphones of 2013. With Motorola having filed for a new trademark recently, we’re left to wonder if they’re planning a refresh for the device, or something else entirely.
Verizon Wireless is just about ready to begin rolling out the Moto X software update. This is the one often referred to as the camera update, though there are quite a few other items listed in the changelog -- including a Google Drive promotion. Anyway, at this time Verizon has yet to publicly post the changelog, but we can say the update will be arriving as software version 139.15.1.