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Moto X (2nd Gen) now available from Verizon Wireless

Verizon told us their version of the Moto X was going on sale today, but in case you weren’t around to hear the news here it is: you can buy it right now! The device begins at $99.99 with a two-year contract.

Moto X available tomorrow at Verizon, shipping begins for Pure Edition pre-orders

Looks like the Motorola Moto X is launching a lot sooner than expected. Verizon has announced that their version of Motorola’s 2014 flagship will be launching tomorrow.

T-Mobile Moto X gets Android 4.4.4 update

It took an unseemly amount of time, but the T-Mobile variant of last year’s Moto X has finally received an upgrade to Android 4.4. Check inside to find out what’s new.

The unlocked, unbranded new Moto X could come as the “Pure” edition

Motorola has yet to release any specific details about availability of their Moto X as it has yet to even get an official release date, but one interesting detail has risen ahead of availability. According to The Verge, Motorola will look to offer the unbranded, unlocked version of the Moto X as the “Moto X Pure Edition.”

Motorola Migrate update now lets you import contacts from dumbphones

We’re not sure how many people will be upgrading from a dumbphone to one of Motorola’s latest smartphones (including the Moto G and Moto X 2014), but if you are then we have some good news for you: Motorola Migrate now supports your phone!

New Moto X (2014) vs Galaxy S5 vs HTC One M8 vs LG G3 [CHART]

Motorola has had a weird history with Android. Now they are hoping to keep the momentum growing with the new Moto X. Let’s take a look at how it stacks up against other top flagship devices.

Leather Moto X colors compared: which one is best? [PHOTOS]

By now you’ve heard all about the Moto X, know it’s specs, price and availability, and have seen it in action. What you haven’t been able to decipher, though, is how those sexy leather backs look in real life, how they compare, how they feel, if they’re durable, and which one looks best. Allow us to help.

Hands-on: Moto X (2nd gen) with pictures and video

Love the look of the new Moto X? We do too… and you probably want to see more, right? Luckily we’ve piled on thick pile of Moto X 2nd gen pictures and a hands-on video that’ll hook you up with all the basics you need to know.

The new Moto X (2nd Gen) specs, pricing, and availability now official [VIDEO]

Check out the new Moto X Forums! It’s official, folks — the follow up to last year’s Moto X is here. Still simply called the “Moto X,” the 2014 device brings major upgrades in every facet of smartphone technology. Processor, display, battery, camera and more are all seeing significant bumps. We’ve also gotten early word […]

Deal: get a free wooden back upgrade when you buy a Moto X through August 21st

Motorola’s giving folks another great reason to buy a Moto X. Their latest deal gives you the option to upgrade to a wooden back cover at no additional cost, a $25 value over its typical retail price tag.

Leaked Moto X+1 size comparison shows a phone only slightly bigger than current Moto X

This leaked Moto X+1 vs Moto X size comparison is helping ease our concerns that the phone would turn out to be significantly larger than the original. Doesn’t look too bad at all.

AT&T Moto X now receiving Android 4.4.4, Sprint model receives 4.4.4 soak test

Android 4.4.4 is now officially arriving for the AT&T Moto X. This now leaves Sprint as the last of the big 4 to update, although we’re hearing reports a soak test is now underway. Expect Sprint to push out 4.4.4 in the coming days.

Moto X $299 back to school sale is extended through tomorrow

Quick heads-up for those of you who weren’t able to get in on the latest Moto X deal that went up last week — you now have until tomorrow to grab an off-contract customized Moto X for as little as $299.

Motorola’s Punit Soni confirms the Moto X will receive Android L (as if there was any doubt)

Will the Moto X receive Android L? According to Motorola, “Yup.”

Man responsible for Moto G now oversees all Motorola products in latest management shuffle

To say Motorola is in one of the longest transitional periods we’ve ever seen is an understatement. That’s what happens when ownership of the company changes hands twice within two years. The latest changes put some very interesting people in charge.