Moto 360 Gets a $100 Price Cut to $149

Moto 360 Gets a $100 Price Cut to $149

By Rich W Woods Currently, I’m wearing an Apple Watch Sport, a Microsoft Band, and an LG G Watch R. With a combined $900 worth of wearables on my wrist, damn, even I want to buy this Moto 360 for $149. Let’s face it, the Moto 360 is the Android Wear watch. It’s the most beautiful and stylish by far. Of course, this likely means that Motorola is gearing up to release a new Moto…

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Moto X Review: The Best Android Phone of 2014

Moto X Review: The Best Android Phone of 2014

By Rich W Woods Calling a phone the best Android phone of 2014 is a bold statement. There have been some fantastic phones released this year. The HTC One M8 came out in the spring. It has a beautiful aluminum body and a powerful processor. The OnePlus One has top of the line specs across the board for just $349 unlocked. The Moto X does all sorts of things that these phones just don’t. Aside…

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How to take a Screenshot with the Moto 360 or any Android Wear Watch

How to take a Screenshot with the Moto 360 or any Android Wear Watch

By Rich W Woods In writing my review of the Moto 360, I knew I would need to take some screenshots. Unfortunately, there is no way to do that with Android Wear. After doing a little Binging, I found some tutorials that say to connect it through USB. This would work great with a Samsung Gear Live or an LG G Watch, but the Moto 360 is wireless. Luckily, it’s very easy to do it…

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Moto 360 Review

Moto 360 Review

By Rich W Woods I have been lucky enough to spend some time with the Moto 360 for the last few weeks. I was a bit skeptical at first, hearing that the battery life was sub par and that the TI OMAP 3 processor didn’t perform as well as the Snapdragon 400 in the Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch. I was wrong, and I’ll get to why in a minute.

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Moto 360 or Other? Which Android Wear Watch should you Choose?

Moto 360 or Other? Which Android Wear Watch should you Choose?

By Rich W Woods After Google IO, two Android Wear watches were immediately released: the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live. Motorola had announced the Moto 360 and they told us that it would come later this summer. Back then, if someone asked if you were going to get the Samsung Gear Live or the LG G Watch, most would have responded that they were waiting for the Moto 360. After all, it’s…

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Moto 360: On Changing the Band

Moto 360: On Changing the Band

By Rich W Woods Motorola sells to different variants of the new Moto 360: Black with a black band and silver with a grey band. There are no accessories sold at the moment. You cannot buy the silver model and buy the black band separately. At least you can’t at the moment. Motorola will start selling the metal band in about a month for $79.99. It is likely they will sell the others separately as…

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Moto 360: Is the battery good enough?

Moto 360: Is the battery good enough?

By Rich W Woods I’ve been spending a lot of time with the Moto 360 lately. In fact, it’s the first smart watch that I’ve owned that I really like. At first, it looks big and bulky with the leather strap that it ships with, but after switching to a metal band, it really looks nice. Unfortunately, the Moto 360 does not come without its caveats.

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Moto 360: First Impressions and Specs

Moto 360: First Impressions and Specs

By Rich W Woods This is not going to be a popular smart watch. After Motorola announced the Moto 360 back in March, they promised it would be available in the Summer. Then, Google showed it off at Google IO on June 25. Finally, after a long and enthusiastic wait, it was revealed and available on September 4, 2014. So many people passed up on the original Android Wear watches – the LG G Watch…

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The New Moto X has been Announced and it’s Amazing

By Rich W Woods I never actually got my hands on the original Moto X although I heard it was great. While it had a mid-range processor, it had other sensors that used a minimal amount of power. I was always told that it “simply does things that other phones don’t”.

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