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Lenovo’s Glass rival just hit the patent office

Lenovo’s Glass rival just hit the patent office

Lenovo has been working on its own Glass-style wearable, patenting a head-mounted display with twin transparent screens that could capture audio and video. Billed somewhat vaguely as an "Electronic device and sound capturing method" the unnamed wearable uses bond-conduction to record audio and what look to be a set of Lumus displays to give feedback to the user, allowing for true augmented reality rather than just the floating notifications Google's Glass offers.

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Moto 360 design contest finalists revealed

Moto 360 design contest finalists revealed

Android Wear is open source, and Motorola wants design to be as well. The company recently held a contest to discover who could come up with the best face design for their new wearable. The ten finalists have been revealed, and we have to say — deciding a winner won’t be easy.

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Leaked Moto X+1 images, specs note 1080p screen

Leaked Moto X+1 images, specs note 1080p screen

Ready for a new Motorola flagship? The Moto X is still a favorite, but it’s high time for a refresh. A new batch of leaked images show what’s believed to be the followup, unofficially dubbed the X+1. In addition to the video, we’re also getting details on what the potential specs will be.

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Motorola Moto E Review: Flawed Affordability

Motorola Moto E Review: Flawed Affordability

A smartphone for the cost-conscious. Going SIM-free and eschewing carrier subsidies has been slow to catch on in the US, but with T-Mobile USA’s “Uncarrier” movement gaining pace, perhaps the time is right for handsets that bear their true sticker price. Motorola is aiming big with the Moto E, but it’s walking a cautious and tricky balance between specs and savings.

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Motorola wants to trade you the Moto X for a penny

Motorola wants to trade you the Moto X for a penny

As they gear up to refresh their flagship Moto X, Motorola hasn’t given up on their current model. This Monday, you’ll be able to customize your Moto X, have it shipped to you, and try it out for 14 days — all for a penny. For one day only, Motorola will let you customize and try a Moto X nearly free of charge.

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