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Motorola Moto E vs. Samsung Galaxy S6: Here's what that high-end premium gets you

If you’re currently in the market for the best smartphone going around, the $550 Samsung Galaxy S6 should be close to the top of your list. On the other end of the spectrum sits the Moto E (2015), a great entry-level handset from Motorola that can readily be found for $100. But what does that price gap get you? Is the 2015 Moto E just as usable in day to day activities as the Galaxy S6, or is the extra cost of Samsung’s leading smartphone more than justified?

Watch Motorola's Moto X live stream here

Motorola is set to reveal a bunch of new devices today at their "Choose a Better Relationship" event in London and NYC. Follow the live stream here to get a first look at the Moto X, possibly a Moto X…

Motorola's Droid Turbo detailed in leaked user guide

Motorola’s upcoming Droid Turbo has been exposed. The smartphone will indeed ship with the rumored 5.2-inch “ultra high-definition” display (more than likely QHD) and a sizable 21-megapixel rear camera with dual flashes if information found in this 69-page user guide (PDF) is…

Neowin: Motorola Moto 360 review

The Moto 360 is by far the classiest wearable out right now. Although looks are always a matter of opinion, I think that this smart watch generates a certain intrigue by the wearer when viewed by onlookers. The Moto 360 is stylish,…

Motorola Moto G (2014) Review: Still the Budget Phone to Beat

The first-generation Moto G was a fantastic Android smartphone that cost just $179 unlocked and outright. It was Motorola’s first major push into the entry-level market under the guidance of Google, and it was quite a successful one. The new 2014 model keeps the same low price point, packs a larger 5-inch display and addresses some of its predecessors shortcomings with a much improved camera and a microSD slot for expandable storage.