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Google Nexus Two spotted in shape of QWERTY Motorola Shadow?

Google Nexus Two spotted in shape of QWERTY Motorola Shadow?

Salt at the ready?  According to the latest rumors out of China, you're looking at the Motorola Shadow and the device that may just end up the Google Nexus Two.  Bearing a marked resemblance to the Motorola DROID, all that's known about the Android smartphone is pretty much what we can see from the renders; that is, that it has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, large touchscreen and distinctive lanyard loop.

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Moto 360 and Android Wear: Motorola talks Wearables

Moto 360 and Android Wear: Motorola talks Wearables

Google's Android Wear may not be about any one smartwatch, but it's clear that Motorola's Moto 360 with its circular face and classical wristwatch styling has become the early poster child of the project. SlashGear caught up with an excited Lior Ron, corporate vice president of product management at Motorola and one of the driving forces behind the Moto 360, to find out why designing the unexpected is in Motorola's DNA, how the smartwatch borrows from the Moto X, and why he thinks the company will have the edge over other Android Wear partners like HTC, LG, Samsung, and ASUS.

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Motorola DROID RAZR Review

Motorola DROID RAZR Review

Motorola's DROID RAZR has a lot to live up to - and a clear warning around how to drop the ball in mobile strategy. Named after the slimline clamshell handset that changed Motorola's fortunes in 2004, this new dual-core Android promises to be the world's thinnest smartphone with power and performance to match. Thing is, Motorola quickly milked the original RAZR to death, pushing out special edition variant after variant while the market left its underwhelming specifications behind. Is this new DROID worthy of the RAZR name? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Ice Cream Sandwich allows you to hide apps – but so does the Motorola RAZR

Ice Cream Sandwich allows you to hide apps – but so does the Motorola RAZR

There's a new feature in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich that has quite a few people having a heard attack with glee - the ability to "hide" applications that you'd otherwise not be able to get rid of. These apps are generally calls bloatware because they're added to the basic build of the device and cannot be deleted by the user (unless of course they hack the device.) What this new function will bring is the ability to shut these apps out of your device ALMOST entirely - save for the amount of space they take up in a very rudimentary sense. What you might not know is that both the Motorola DROID RAZR and the DROID BIONIC both have this ability already - no Ice Cream Sandwich required!

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