Moto X phone flaunted by Google chairman

The mysterious Motorola phone gets spotted with Google's Eric Schmidt, Sprint launches new unlimited plans that cost less, and Yahoo gives users until Sunday to save inactive accounts.

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In this episode of Update:

- Get a glimpse of the mysterious Moto X, spotted being used by Google's executive chairman. Recent reports suggest this customizable phone will go on sale next month.

- See if it's worth switching to Sprint's new unlimited plans.

- Learn about ultra HD now that more 4K televisions are rolling out to stores.

- Sign in to your inactive Yahoo account by Sunday, or else lose your username.

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