Popular Motorola Articles for 2014
Great screen? Fast phone? Low price? It could be a market-changing device - if it's any good. Let's take a look.
The Motorola Droid Turbo is a super-sized beast. It's bulkier and heavier than most other flagship phones, but for good reason: It has a battery that lasts for days. Is[...]
In a stunning move, Lenovo is acquiring the Motorola smartphone division from Google in a deal reportedly worth between $2 and $3 billion.
Lots and lots of smartphones will see significant discounts over the next few days, so to help you sort through the madness, here are the best Black Friday deals we[...]
Just after we reported on the Moto G dropping down to just $99 off-contract, Motorola has decided to bring the Moto X down to $399 - not shabby for a[...]
Motorola has brought the price of a customized Moto X down by another $75; making your smartphone classy has never been cheaper.
School is back in session, which means that lots of students are looking to refresh their tech. Since every dollar is precious on campus, we've rounded up a few of[...]
Motorola's aggressively attacking the low-end phone market with its $130 Moto E, but is such an ultra-budget device too cheap for comfort? A few of you shared your thoughts.
Motorola continues its quest to make the feature phone obsolete with the Moto E, its latest entry-level Android handset.
Motorola has taken the wraps off the new Moto G, the follow-up to its budget-priced hit from a year ago. The new model costs $180 unlocked, just like the old[...]
The debut of the new Motorola Moto X, with its wide array of upgrades and relatively friendly price, sparked plenty of discussion among Brighthand readers. Here's what you said.
Verizon and Motorola have formally announced the Droid Turbo, which looks to blend Motorola's recent successes with the Droid family's love of high-powered hardware.
The Moto 360 is now available in all its round smartwatch glory, sitting alongside the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live to complete the trio of Android Wear debut[...]
Google has formally introduced the latest entry in the Nexus smartphone family, the Nexus 6. It's a behemoth. Here are the details.
Wearable technology was all the rage this year, at least in terms of chatter. Many manufacturers produced, or at least announced, smartwatches, and now with the holidays upon us everyone[...]
Brighthand checks out the Moto G, a budget smartphone that stacks up well against most of the competition.
Motorola has formally taken the wraps off its latest Android flagship, the Moto X. Yes, it’s using the same name as before. Read on to see what's different this time[...]