Motorola has been on something of a hot streak with updates for their phones, bringing new meaning to the word Timely, at least when it comes to delivering software (Let’s not talk about delivering hardware). So it’s no surprise that Motorola is looking like they will be first to deliver the Android 5.0 update to their phones, with the Moto[Read More…]
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Harvey Norman reporting stock shortages on Moto X and Moto 360 – but JB Hifi apparently have limited Moto 360 stock.
It’s safe to say that the launch of the Moto 360 or even the impending launch of the Moto X Gen 2, hasn’t been a smooth one. The inital launch date for the Moto 360 came and went without stock appearing and even with legal issues over warranty cleared up, it’s been a hard slog for customers wanting to get[Read More…]
If you’re keenly waiting for the Moto 360 or new Moto X to launch in Australia, you’re probably scratching your heads. Just like us. Where’s the Moto 360? You see, the Moto 360 was announced just shy of eight months ago, on 18 March 2014. Motorola first talked about releasing an Android Wear at MWC, and then the announcement came. And[Read More…]
While the Moto 360 isn’t yet available in Australia… yet… it seems that Motorola isn’t resting on its laurels elsewhere, releasing new metal bands, interchangeable leather bands, new watch face options and more. The Moto 360 is now available with metal band options, as shown above. Made from aircraft-grade stainless steel, the metal bands are available in both light and dark[Read More…]
After launching the LG G Watch R on Google Play this morning, Google has also put the listing for the Nexus 6 up on the Australian Google Play Store. Unfortunately the phone is not up for pre-order as yet, with both the 32GB and 64GB models listed as ‘Coming Soon’. Both the Midnight Blue and Lunar White colour options are[Read More…]
In a day of disappointment for Aussie when it comes to Motorola products this evening has ended in a small amount of good news. While earlier the Moto 360 changed to pre-order on the Harvey Norman website the Moto X 2nd Gen phone has done the opposite and has shown up as a product that can be purchased now. The[Read More…]
The long wait on the Australian launch of the Moto 360 has been a bit hit and miss, last week we found an issue with warranty documentation had held up initial stock delivery but stock should have been heading to stores this week. But it appears that retailers still haven’t received stock and today, Harvey Norman has added the watch[Read More…]
As expected, Motorola has this morning announced the international version of the Motorola Droid Turbo at their event in Brazil. Motorola confirmed the leaked Moto Maxx name, announcing the specs and availability. The Moto Maxx is pretty much identical to what we’ve seen for the Motorola Droid Turbo, meaning that the phone will come with a 5.2″ QuadHD (2560×1440) resolution[Read More…]
The November 5th event in Brazil is rumoured to be the event which will launch the international version of the Droid Turbo, currently thought to be called the Moto Maxx, a phone which turned many heads with its large battery and high-end specs. The Moto Maxx has popped up on Google+ overnight showing off a screen protector with the Moto[Read More…]
Nexus phones have always had a problem with cameras, they’ve been getting better but they’re still not there. Back in February 2013, Vic Gundotra, then Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google, advised that ‘We are committed to making Nexus phones insanely great cameras’. The Nexus 5 was a good start, but ultimately only works after you get to know[Read More…]