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Neowin: Moto G (2nd gen) review, the ultimate low-cost smartphone

The smartphone industry is constantly advancing; everyday we see newer smartphone technology emerging in every part of the devices, starting from their chipsets, through to their displays, battery life and even their size (with smartphones progressively becoming thinner).

Moto 360 teardown reveals old OMAP 3 SoC, small battery inside

The folks over at iFixit have performed one of their usual teardowns on the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, revealing a whole slew of components. Nothing about the device's construction should come as a huge surprise: everything is compact and layered,…

Motorola Moto E Review: Entry-level that doesn't suck

Having just three phones on the market has allowed Motorola to give each the time and polish needed for success. The Moto X's innovative contextual processing features made it a compelling flagship option, while the Moto G is arguably the best sub-$200 device you can buy. Motorola's budget model, the Moto E, aims to be the best option for $130, unlocked and off-contract. Better yet, you get stock Android, which means no bloatware and timely updates.

Lenovo aiming for further acquisitions to boost growth

Lenovo on Tuesday vowed to continue to acquire more companies in an effort to ramp up growth. After purchasing Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion from Google and IBM’s low-end server business for $2.3 billion earlier this year, the Chinese PC…

Motorola Moto G Review: Budget Android smartphone done right

The Moto G is Motorola’s biggest and best effort yet in conquering Android's entry-level market. It’s not a handset meant to break records, but the 4.5-inch 720p display, Snapdragon 400 SoC and dual-SIM support (in certain models) will please the right crowds. Plus, at $179 for the 8 GB model and $199 for 16 GB, unlocked and off-contract, it certainly fits the definition of what an affordable smartphone should be.

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