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Motorola teams with SOL Tracks Air headphones for dual-device connection

Motorola teams with SOL Tracks Air headphones for dual-device connection

This week Motorola has announced that they're teaming up with SOL Republic for a pair of bluetooth headphones by the name of SOL Tracks Air. What you've got here is a pair of headphones that's able to concurrently connect to two different devices at once. In other words - if you've been worried about receiving a phone call while you've had your Bluetooth headphones attached to your gaming PC in the past, you're not alone.

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Motorola’s Project Ara joins Phonebloks in modular smartphone ambitions

Motorola’s Project Ara joins Phonebloks in modular smartphone ambitions

We've discussed the relatively new initiative Phonebloks a couple times this year, a project kicked off by creator Dave Hakkens that has taken to social media to garner mass support for its mission. As it turns out, Motorola has had a similar project in mind -- a modular mobile phone with removable parts -- which it announced today as Project Ara, a sort of update to its Sticky endeavors that have taken place over the last few months.

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Moto X price drop makes way for 2014 hero

Moto X price drop makes way for 2014 hero

There's nothing like pushing a prediction for a price drop on a smartphone one day only to see that price drop take effect the next. That's what's happened today (with an article posted yesterday) on the Motorola Moto X, a smartphone that'd cost $199.99 on-contract just 24 hours ago, now going for a cool $99.99 (also on-contract). This device works with 16GB of internal storage while a 32GB edition is available on-contract for $149.99 USD.

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Moto G release on low-end, Motorola flagship in 2014

Moto G release on low-end, Motorola flagship in 2014

The Motorola Moto X is out on the market across the United States, and only weeks after launch we're being set up for a lower-cost option with the device known as Moto G. This device has appeared in the United States Trademark registration archive with word only of the possibility of it being a smartphone. Rumor has it that this is one of two Motorola smartphones being revealed in the span of the next several months, with a new flagship smartphone appearing for sale in early 2014. UPDATE: The Moto G is now officially out and detailed.

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Google Q3 buoyant despite Motorola stumbles as Page talks smartwatches

Google Q3 buoyant despite Motorola stumbles as Page talks smartwatches

Google made $14.9bn in revenue in Q3 2013 despite Motorola Mobility sales continuing to shrink, with CEO Larry Page making one final earnings call to praise the Chromecast and namecheck smartwatches as one of the next big things in digital. Overall, revenues were up 12-percent versus the same quarter last year, with cash or cash-equivalents on hand amounting to $56.52bn. Speaking on the investor webcast, Page highlighted the speed at which the multi-screen world had developed, pointing to wearables like Glass and smartwatches as examples, and saying he no longer need feel guilty about spending time visiting the Android team.

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Motorola Moto DVX set for sub-Nexus price and low-end specs

Motorola Moto DVX set for sub-Nexus price and low-end specs

There's a device out there in the wild called the Motorola Moto DVX, and it's being prepared by the folks at Motorola to do battle with the likes of the least expensive phones on the market. This device looks and feels rather similar to the Moto X, but it wont be delivered with the same near-high-end specifications. Instead it'll be cut down to the bare minimum, delivered with the ability to take on the Motorola quality and abilities delivered with the Moto X with modifications made to cut the price right out from under it.

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AT&T: Moto X camera update today, HTC One Android 4.3 next week

AT&T: Moto X camera update today, HTC One Android 4.3 next week

Two flagship Android phones on AT&T are in line for some software attention, beginning with the carrier pushing out the camera and touchless controls update to the Moto X from today. The firmware, which was released to T-Mobile Moto X owners back in September, improves auto-white balance and color accuracy, as well as exposure particularly in low-light situations. Meanwhile, there's a much-anticipated update to the HTC One on AT&T's horizon, too.

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