Motorola has released two new accessories – Mods, they are called, for “Modular” – for its Moto Z range of phones, expanding the range that
It wasn’t very long ago when we reviewed the Moto G5 Plus, a lowish cost but rather fine phone from Motorola. But now it has
I know, I know, everyone’s oohing and ahhing over the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. As they should. But what if you’ve only got $399
I guess there’ll be people wandering the streets today feeling lost, having reluctantly surrendered their new phones as fire hazards, considering switching companies at least
It’s almost the middle of the year, but almost every phone that could have come out this year is out. So if you had to buy one today, which one should you buy?
Some people live in their home, and others maintain control of a world outside it. Specifically their backyard and the outdoors. If you know someone like that, here are a few top choices.
Waterproof gadgets are now a thing, as phones and tablets are beginning to be less afraid of getting wet. But what does this mean, and can a waterproof gadget still drown?
Sick of seeing broken phones everywhere you go? Motorola is as well, and has come up with a phone it says has a screen that won’t break when you drop it.
In case the last two years weren’t an indication, the next big gadget the world wants you to buy isn’t a phone, but rather a smartwatch, and the creator of the first circular smartwatch has a few more it’ll be showing off this year.
With the amount of phone news this week, you’d be excused for thinking this week is mobile madness, and Motorola is adding to it, letting GadgetGuy go hands on with three upcoming models.
Finding a smartphone is hard enough these days, and companies don’t make it easier with the ridiculous amount of choices offered, but if you need a flagship and are thinking of going for Motorola this year, you’ll only have to choose between two.
The phones going for big bucks tend to get the ruggedised features like resistance to water and the odd spillage of beer, but what about phones that don’t cost an arm and a leg?
A question we’re asked more regularly than anything else is “what phone should I buy”? Seeing as it’s July, the half-way mark for the year, we should probably answer that.
Mobile World Congress earlier in the year revealed a few new phones heading our way, one of which was a newbie from Motorola offering 4G without resorting to spending too much. Unfortunately it’s more than we expected.
When Motorola returned to Australia last year, it did so with a budget offering, the Moto E, which we liked but admitted that it needed 4G desperately. Good news, though, because Motorola has apparently been listening.
For some of us, phone upgrades are a constant exercise, with a new product landing in our hands every year, or two, or three. But a project from Google could mean updates are quick, frequent, and easy.