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Moto 360 (2nd Gen) — Australian Review

Before we even talk review, we need to acknowledge the elephant in the room; the second-generation Moto 360 Android Wear watch was released around this time last year; that's right, this is 2015 hardware, which was only just released in Australia...

Moto G4 Plus — Australian Review

It's been a little while since we've seen a new Motorola handset in Australia; the last major entries into the Australian market were about twelve months ago now, in the form of the Moto G (3rd Gen), followed closely...

Moto 360 Sport — Australian Review

The world of Android Wear devices is very different to that of Android on phones. With the vast majority of the user interface and the user interaction model locked down by Google, Android Wear makers are left to differentiate...

Moto X Play — Follow-up review

Since I first laid eyes on the Moto X Play back in August, I knew I was excited; for the first time in what felt like ages we had the beautiful industrial design of Motorola, paired with stock Android...

Moto X Style — Australian First Impressions

The Moto X Style is, judging by your comments on Ausdroid, one of the most hotly anticipated and widely discussed handsets of 2015. Certainly in our offices, it's generated a lot of discussion too, and we've finally got our...

Moto G 3rd Generation — Review

Motorola is innovating, and it's doing it at a cracking pace. The Moto G line is not quite two years old in Australia, and already we're reviewing the 3rd generation of the product. Ordinarily, we get a bit upset...

Motorola Moto E Gen 2 — Review

The release of a Motorola Moto series handset has become a big event whenever it happens. Though we waited for four months to finally get the Moto E Gen 2 in Australia, our previous history with...

Moto X (2014) — Review

When I went to the Motorola press briefing back in September this year, I went hands-on with the Moto X (2014) back then, and I didn't have any strong feelings for the phone either way. So much was my...

Comparing the Moto 360 to Sony’s new Smartwatch 3: There’s a clear winner

I've had the privilege for the last week or so of having both the Moto 360 and Sony's new Smartwatch 3 in my hot little hands (or rather, on my wrists). I'm going to write a full review of...

Moto G (2nd Generation) — Review

Motorola surprised everyone when they announced the Moto G towards the end of 2013. Rather than aiming for a premium price point and falling short on specs, the Moto G was an unapologetic shot at the midrange market that...

Moto 360 — Smartwatch Review

There's little doubt in my mind that smart watches have really exploded this year; we've gone from an environment where there were a couple of watches that paired via Bluetooth and didn't do a great deal beyond vibrating occasionally,...

Motorola Moto E — Review

When I attended the Motorola breakfast announcing the Moto E and Moto G 4G back in May this year, I had to say that at least in relation to the E, I didn't have high hopes. By that stage,...

Motorola Moto G — Review

Motorola's release of the Moto G marks the first handset released onto the Australian market from the mobile giant in quite some time. While it was hoped the Moto X would make it to Australia, it seems this was...

Motorola Moto G — First Impressions

When we heard that Motorola were launching a capable quad core smartphone with an HD display for the paltry sum of $200, we took notice. Motorola are becoming known as makers of good handsets with good software, and the...

Motorola RAZR M — Jelly Bean Update — OS Review

From the moment I finished watching the Livestream of the RAZR M launch I knew I wanted to get my hands on this phone. I loved the idea of a smaller, more manageable size phone with a display that...

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