One of the interesting tidbits in a new TIME magazine article says that Google aims to release Project Ara "a year or so from now," and the target price for the phone is only $50.
When Motorola first introduced Project Ara, it was pitched as a concept that would take time to flesh out with help from the development community, and Google is now seeking to encourage that help by hosting an online developer conference.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear temporarily costs half as much as it normally does. BestBuy.com has a 50 percent off sale for the Android-powered smart watch that lowers the price to $149.99 with free shipping included. This does not appear to be in connection with recent reports of a permanent price drop for the Gear. A price drop to make the Gear more appealing is rumored to be on the way; however, Best Buy has it listed as part of its Daily Deals, so if this interests you, make the purchase now rather than later.
If you have ever wanted to ask a question of the people who make HTC smartphones, today's your chance. HTC is hosting a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session at reddit.com/r/Android. However, they probably won't answer the questions that matter most to you.
The Moto G is many things - colorful, cheap, surprisingly useful - but waterproof is not one of its characteristics. Yet it somehow survived being submerged under water for 30 minutes. How does that work?
Google has just made a shocking announcement that it has agreed to sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. what does this mean for the famous makers of the Moto X and DROID smartphones?
Various subjective attributes affect how someone might rank the best Android smartphones. However, when it comes to the best phone for network connectivity, there's one clear winner - the Moto X.
Motorola has added three new wood finishes that someone can select for a Moto X. Best of all, the company has subtracted 75 percent of the costs associated with wood finishes selected through its Motomaker website.
Motorola and its carrier partners have lowered the price of the Moto X because of special promotions that began in November. Today the price drop becomes permanent thanks to Motorola's decision to lower the price to $399. From now on, all Moto X purchases at carriers or through MotoMaker.com will cost $399 without contract. The company is also offering an optional financing program on its website that will sell the phones for $0 down with payments spread out between 6, 12, or 18 months.
Motorola spent four years selling its phones by making the argument that power trumps everything else. Then it did a swift about face with the Moto X, a phone that said power is good but effectiveness is great. The Moto G takes that plan to the extreme.