Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt proclaims that an Android phone would make a great Christmas gift for an iPhone user.
Motorola has struck a deal to pare back on its manufacturing facilities, allowing Flextronics to take them over.
The Flextronics plant in Texas could crank out "tens of millions" of phones per year, CEO says. At the moment, 100,000 Moto X units are leaving the plant each week.
Motorola and Google have teamed with contract manufacturer Flextronics on the first smartphone ever to be assembled in the United States. Crave's Eric Mack took a tour of the factory, and met the neighbors, too.
The first big phone from Google's Motorola is made in America, but not in the same quantities as the iPhone or Galaxy S4 (so far). Crave's Eric Mack swings by the Moto X factory in Fort Worth.
Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says he was worried that the NSA spying scandal could "split" the Internet.
CEO Tim Cook's remark that Apple will invest $100 million in manufacturing Macs in the states will mean the creation of 200 jobs, some industry watchers say.
Justice Department unveils charges against five more, including an employee of an Apple supplier who's accused of leaking information about an unannounced iPhone as well as the internal name and details of the project that became the iPad.
Startup Heapsylon is launching a crowdfunding campaign to kick-start its washable computerized socks that track everything from activity type and calories burned to altitude gains and overpronation.
Feds arrest four people in an insider trading probe. The Holy Grail for traders looking to game the system were details about Apple's plans via Flextronics.