News by Luke Jones on Thursday September 04, 2014.
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You may have been wondering why there was no news regarding Motorola today, with the company due to launch its Moto 360, Moto X+1, and Moto G2. The simple fact is, the American brand has decided to keep its Chicago event under wraps, keeping the press event private to those who attend the company's launch in Motorola headquarters.Not to worry, the news will creep out anyway right? Well, maybe it will, but it is likely that Motorola has embargoed those in attendance, stopping them from writing about or reporting on the device on show. That is the word I am getting from a colleague. Luckily the embargo only lasts for one day as Motorola will be live streaming a full launch event to the masses tomorrow (Spet 5th). You can catch the live stream below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1ne0Li7hvs
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