The G4 packs everything you need from an everyday phone into a water-resistant body. And it charges a rock-bottom price for the total package.
Both the "modular" Moto Z and G5 have swappable accessories. Here's where the G5 gets it wrong.
With snap-on accessories that latch on easily and quickly, the Moto Z and Z Force are the most polished execution of modular phones yet.
If you want to knock $50 off our Editors' Choice phone for budget buyers, you'll have to tune out a few ads.
With handy accessories and powerful specs, Motorola's pair of Moto Z phones take the right steps toward modularity.
Both phones and a handful of Moto Mod accessories are available now for preorder, or in Verizon stores on July 28.
Motorola Moto Z Force's beefier design and higher price take the fun out of its modular ways.
Halfway between Google's ambitious Project Ara and LG's clunky G5 emerges a modular phone with an approach we can get behind.
If you're on the fence about letting Amazon show you ads in exchange for $50 off your phone, don't be. You'll hardly even notice them.
The Republican National Convention starts this week, but without the backing of many tech companies. Also on today's show: SoftBank's deal for ARM, and Kanye versus Taylor on social media.
Amazon Prime members can slash $50 off the G4's already low price by ignoring ads on the lock screen. The catch? It's for life.
Welcome to Verizon's way to carry around the Moto Z and its mods.
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