Some things about Motorola's Moto X are unconventional, like its funky curved back and assembled-in-America customization. But the rollout of the Moto X, which began with AT&T and slowly spread to other carriers, has been painfully conventional.
Finally this week, tinkerers got their wish as two developer editions of the Moto X and another for Motorola's Droid Maxx went on sale, all with unlocked bootloaders.
There must have been some pent-up demand for digging into the digital guts of Motorola's latest offerings. The Droid Maxx Developer Edition and CDMA version of the Moto X Developer Edition that comes with a Verizon SIM card are both already out of stock on Motorola's Web site.… Read more