As a GSM version of the recently launched Motorola Droid Turbo, the smartphone promises 48 hours of battery life and super-fast charging.
The next few days will be a busy for AT&T as the carrier start selling the selfie-centered HTC Desire Eye, round smartwatches from LG and Motorola, and more.
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The Microsoft Band goes beyond fitness tracking and works with Android and iPhones, and Nintendo reveals plans to track your sleep with a bedside gadget.
The transfer of Motorola from Google marks the end of a short chapter for the storied handset vendor -- and brings Lenovo badly needed credibility in the smartphone business.
Google tells CNET about its choice to go with a more traditional distribution approach as it pushes its flagship smartphone to mainstream consumers.
The Droid franchise stands out as a carrier exclusive that works, thanks to the work put in on both sides.
YouTube looks into new ways to make money, Motorola packs a mega battery into the Droid Turbo, and Taco Bell's new app lets you skip the line.
Rick Osterloh, president and chief operating officer, compares Motorola Mobility's recent attempt at a turnaround to Apple's own situation in the late '90s.
A very peculiar, very James Franco ad for Motorola's new phone, featuring the man himself, appears online. Has Franco switched?
The smartphone, built by Motorola Mobility, will feature a battery that can last up to 48 hours and a Turbo Charger that can provide 8 hours of use on a 15-minute charge.
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