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Cricket Wireless offering free smartphones, heavy discounts in Back-to-School promotion


Regional carrier Cricket Wireless has some amazing deals coming just in time for the back to school madness. Beginning tomorrow, July 11th, Cricket will begin offering deep discounts on select Android and Windows Phone smartphones from Samsung, Motorola, ZTE and Nokia. Here’s a look at Cricket’s Back-to-School deals: Device Promotion Price Nokia Lumia 630 4G …

Video: Hands-On Demo of Motorola’s Moto 360 Smartwatch


Android Wear was a huge part of Google’s I/O Developer Conference yesterday, with Samsung and LG announcing smartwatches powered by Android Wear. Motorola’s got a smartwatch on the way too, and they don’t want us to forget it. Motorola released an official demo video of the Moto 360, the company’s upcoming smartwatch. The Moto 360…

Here’s the Moto X+1 sitting inside a case

Moto X+1

The rumored Moto X+1 has been caught in the wild again, compliments to EVLeaks. This time round, we get to see the phone sitting inside a case. We still can’t say with great certainty what this device will be all about; chances are it will build on top of the current Moto X and include…

Motorola Droid phones to go straight to Android 4.4.3


Motorola has no plans to release Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates for Verizon’s Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini smartphones. Instead, the handset maker will go straight to Android 4.4.3, which as you know, brings few tweaks and security enhancements. The information, in case you wonder, comes directly from horse’s mouth, Motorola’s own David Schuster who happens…

Motorola unveils Moto Stream Bluetooth hub; Wants us to believe it’s much better than competing products

Moto Stream

Motorola unveiled a fancy (and retro) lookin’ Bluetooth hub called Moto Stream which, like similar devices, can turn any speaker into its wireless counterpart. Borrowing design cues from Rubik’s Cube, the Stream costs $50 and promises connectivity of up to 300ft, as well as seamless one-touch NFC pairing with Android and Windows Phone devices. The…

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