The regional US carrier picks up Motorola's budget Android phone.
The potential launch date for a 5-inch version of the low-cost smartphone comes via the GSM Arena tech site, citing a retailer.
Just days after AT&T confirms it will carry LG's smartwatch, a rep tells CNET that Verizon also will gain custody of the G Watch.
The carrier joins Verizon in offering the wallet-friendly plus-sized smartphone later this month.
Recently discovered benchmarks suggest that the next-gen Moto G experience could have a bigger screen and better camera.
A tablet for a dollar? AT&T's latest bundled offer makes it so.
The Android Wear-powered smartwatch will be sold in the UK and Australia (among many other countries) at the Google Play Store and at retailers.
Buy a new Moto X or Moto G phone, send Motorola your old phone, and you'll receive a Visa prepaid card in return.
How do you go about turning on a smartwatch that lacks physical buttons?
The first few details purportedly emerge for the successor to Motorola's low-cost smartphone experience.