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Digital Tattoo

Motorola and VivaLnk Release a Digital Tattoo to Unlock Your Smartphone

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Hate unlocking your Android smartphone so much that even Face Unlock or Skip feels like too much of a hassle? Motorola just came to your rescue. The company has partnered with VivaLnk to launch the previously teased Digital Tattoo, an NFC-based skin tag that unlocks your phone (currently limited to the Moto X) with a […]

Motorola Moto Stream

Motorola’s Moto Stream Makes Any Speaker a Social Jukebox

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Motorola on Tuesday unveiled some new hardware, but it’s not a smartphone or smartwatch. Called the Moto Stream, it’s a low-cost Bluetooth accessory that gives any external speaker wireless capabilities for social music streaming. The hardware gives the speaker up to 300 feet of “roam range” and supports up to five Bluetooth-enabled devices, including smartphones, […]

Moto 360

The Moto 360 Smartwatch May Have an Always-On OLED Screen

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On the heels of the announcement of Google’s Android Wear, the company’s smartwatch-centric wearables OS, Motorola announced the Moto 360, one of the first Android Wear devices. The Moto 360 is the first smartwatch that actually looks like a normal watch, with a round display and body. It looks like it’s going to be built […]

Moto Maker for College

Moto Maker Gets College Logos as Moto X Gets Cheaper for Students

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Motorola on Friday announced it is offering yet another discount for the Moto X: students can now grab an off-contract device for just $339 (compared to $399 off-contract or $49 with a new two year contract). Furthermore, the Moto Maker customization tool now has a College Collection design gallery, featuring pre-configured color combinations as well […]

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Motorola to Launch Smartwatch, New Moto X in 2014

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Motorola didn’t show off any new devices, but it did have a lot to say about its plans for the future at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week. Moto Maker, which until now has been available exclusively to U.S. customers, will open shop in Western Europe and Mexico next quarter, according to Rick Osterloh, […]