Motorola UK spring sale kicks off – huge discounts on the Moto X, Nexus 6, and Moto 360

Motorola fans and bargain hunters, we have got great news for you. Motorola’s spring sale has kicked off in the UK, offering huge discounts on the Moto X, Nexus 6, and Moto 360. AndroidPit reports that the 16 GB version of the Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen costs £299, while the 32 GB variant of the handset costs £339. […]

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 Google Nexus 6 owners report network connectivity issues

According to a report from AndroidPolice, some Google Nexus 6 owners are experiencing network connectivity issues. The problem affects units of the said smartphone running various Android versions and customers of various network operators across the globe. According to the report, “a considerable number of users are reporting a total failure of their phone’s mobile data connection,” […]

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 Motorola rolls out fix to Moto X and Nexus 6 emergency call bug

A few units of the Moto X, Moto X (2nd Gen), and the Google Nexus 6 are suffering from an emergency call bug. So what’s this glitch? It happens when someone starts to make an emergency call before the PIN is entered. The emergency call is made before the handsets get a chance to completely boot up. […]

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 HTC One (M9) to sport same wireless module as Google Nexus 6 and 20-megapixel camera by Toshiba

According to two separate tweets from leakster @LlabTooFeR (1 & 2), the HTC One (M9) (code named HTC Hima) will sport the same wireless module as the Google Nexus 6 and a 20-megapixel rear-facing camera made by Toshiba. In @LlabTooFeR’s first tweet, he says, “HTC Hima will use BCM4356 wireless module. It supports 2×2 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and […]

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 Former Motorola exec reveals Google Nexus 6 was supposed to sport a fingerprint sensor

Did you know that the Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 phablet was supposed to sport a fingerprint sensor, but the Lonovo-owned smartphone maker decided to omit the feature in the last minute? This was revealed by Dennis Woodman, former Motorola CEO, in an interview with The Telegraph. He said, “The secret behind that is that it […]

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 Defective units of the Google Nexus 6 suffering from detaching rear shell – Motorola to replace defective units

It looks like a few units of the Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 are defective, with their rear shells detaching from the smartphone’s body. The Good news is Motorola will be replacing these defective units. A Google Nexus 6 owner took to Twitter and asked Motorola what needs to be done about his defective smartphone. It’s […]

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 Samsung Galaxy S6 to be the first to come with trimmed down TouchWiz UI?

According to a report, Samsung is planning to trim down its TouchWiz UI, and the first to feature this trimmed down TouchWiz is the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Korean tech giant’s next flagship. The news comes to us courtesy of BusinessKorea. According to the site, “Samsung Electronics is expected to make an extensive change of […]

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 Memory Leak on Android 5.0.1 (Lollipop) discovered – fix coming

Android 5.0 (Lollipop) is the most advanced version of Android we’ve ever seen. The visuals have been overhauled – Material Design; it is more stable; it runs smoother, and performance has been enhanced. Sadly, like all new versions of operating systems, it has had its fair share of bugs, and one of them has been […]

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 Google Nexus 6 now available via Motorola website

One of the hottest-selling smartphones this 2014 is the Google Nexus 6 made by Motorola. This said, the handset can hardly be found on the Google Play Store. The good news is, you can get your hands on the Nexus 6 via Motorola’s online store (it did make handset after all). It will ship in […]

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 Apple iPhone 6 is the most searched consumer electronics on Google – Samsung Galaxy S5 comes in at second

Google has released charts showing the most searched topics for this year. In the “Consumer Electronics” category, the Apple iPhone 6 turned out to be the most searched. The Cupertino firm’s flagship is followed by the Korean tech giant’s flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S5. On the top of the list is the Apple iPhone 6. […]

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