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Android Wear 5.1.1 finally rolling out for the Moto 360

Android Wear 5.1.1 finally rolling out for the Moto 360

  Google have officially released the latest Android Wear 5.1.1 update for the Motorola 360. The flagship Android Wear device of 2014 was initially scheduled to receive the much anticipated update last month, but due to some technical difficulties, Motorola and Google decided to wait a bit longer to roll it out. For those of you who are unaware of the latest update features, version 5.1.1 includes always-on apps, gesture support for UI navigation and most importantly WiFi support. The update has already started to roll out from today so if you’re one of the lucky ones to get it first do let us know how its doing so far. Source:...

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Moto 360 and LG G Watch R prices cut!!

Moto 360 and LG G Watch R prices cut!!

If you guys are on a lookout to purchase a new Android Wear Smartwatch, now is the time to do so. As of today, the prices of last year’s smart watch of the year Moto 360 and the LG G Watch R have been permanently slashed on Google Play Store. The price of the G Watch R has been reduced by $50 and is now available for just $250 whereas the Moto 360 went a bit further with a $70 reduction and is now available at just $180 from its original $250 retail price. Moto 360 LG G Watch R One of the main reasons for these price cuts could mainly be to attract more buyers or to accommodate other big name watches that are slowly making their stride this year. With the LG Urbane being released today, the price reduction of its (quite impressive) predecessor seems fitting. The two devices were without any doubt the most successful Android Wear devices of 2014 so we can expect great things from their OEM’s this time around as well. So what are you waiting for guys head on over to Google Play Store and order yours now....

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Moto 360 2015 Leaked – Has a Full Cirlcular Watch Face and New Strap Design

Moto 360 2015 Leaked – Has a Full Cirlcular Watch Face and New Strap Design

The Moto 360 was considered one of the best smart watches of 2014 running Google’s own Android Wear OS. Truth be told, it had its limitations but for a first generation Android smart watch, it was quite impressive. The circular face of the smart watch coupled with it leather or steel straps made it very beautiful and stylish time piece. Now rumors for the 2nd generation Moto 360 have already started to take shape. One such leak has hit the digital realm, of a fully rounded smart watch face, meaning no more gap at the bottom. This also means that the resolution has been bumped from 320×290 from to 360×360. The other thing which the leaked image above shows, is a whole new band with steel clasps. They seem to slide right in the watch face. If this turns out to be true, then alot of people who damaged their devices while trying to change straps are  going to be really happy. This year seems to be really promising for android smart watches, with companies already showing off their new watches. Huawei amazed everyone with their first smart watch the Huawei Watch and LG came up with the LG G Watch Urbane. This means Motorola has to really up its game if it wants its smart watch to rule the roost once again. Source:...

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Moto G 2nd Generation users start getting Android 5.0 Lollipop

Moto G 2nd Generation users start getting Android 5.0 Lollipop

A Motorola employee posted on Google+ earlier that, users of the 2013 and 2014 Motorola line up will be receiving Android 5.0.2 really soon. Moto X 2014 users have already started to get the update. This is really good news for everybody who have been waiting patiently with KitKat running on their devices. According to Luciano Carvalho, the Android 5.0.2 update is being soak tested in a number of regions and will be available for the masses in no time. According to a source, the Moto G 2nd Generation (US Model) got an OTA update. Does this mean that Motorola have finally opened the flood gates? How many of you guys have been lucky enough to get the update?? Are you all liking the change? Hit us...

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Moto G (first generation) in line to get Android Lollipop update soon

Moto G (first generation) in line to get Android Lollipop update soon

  After successfully rolling out the Android 5.0, Lollipop update on most of its 2014 line of Moto X and Moto G devices, Motorola are now shifting their focus towards their older devices with the Moto G (First Generation) being one of the first names on the list of devices that are scheduled in line on receiving the much talked about and highly anticipated Android OS update released so far. A recent update to Motorola’s Update Services app in Google Play lists preparations for Android Lollipop as one of the big changes in its latest update and has specifically mentioned the first gen Moto G in the list of older Motorola devices that might be getting the latest update. There has not been a mention on any particular release date as yet, but from our past experiences with Moto devices, we do anticipate the fact that the update is most certainly on its way. For those of you having a Moto G device should update their app right away and  anxiously wait for the sweetest Android update to grace their devices. Will keep you guys posted on any future updates. Cheers !! Full list of Motorola Devices that are in-line to get the Lollipop...

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LG G Watch R now available online for $299 from AT&T

LG G Watch R now available online for $299 from AT&T

Android Wear devices seem to be the talk of the town these days and the two names that currently lead the list are the Moto 360 and the recently announced LG G Watch R. Both the devices offer not only all the new features of Google’s Android Wear but also are currently two of the best looking round shaped smart watches that we have laid our eyes on. The Moto 360 does seem to have a head start as far as the sales are concerned but the Lg G Watch R should also catch up soon. The South Korean tech giants have now officially announced the price and availability of its elegant looking device starting from tomorrow, November 7th to all AT&T customers for $300 which is actually a tad bit more expensive than the Moto 360 (leather variant ) which is currently  retailed at $250. For now, the LG G Watch R would only be available if ordered online and can be purchased directly from AT&T’s website starting tomorrow. Let us give you guys a quick recap of what the G Watch R has to offer. The circular watch is only the second device of its kind besides the Moto 360 and it does pack a few punches as far as the aesthetics and hardware is concerned. The G Watch R features a premium PVD metal finish and is currently only available in black. As far as the device’s hardware is concerned, watch sports a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 512 MB RAM, a 1.3-inch P-OLED Display and 4GB of internal storage. Like the Moto 360, the LG G Watch R is also compatible with any standard 22mm wristband and has an IP67 water resistance rating. Motorola are also planning to release the metallic variant of its premium smart watch for $300 so now we’ll have to wait and see which OEM wins the race. For those of you who are looking for a watch that not only looks sleek and elegant, but also features all the cool features that Android Wear has to offer, then the LG G Watch R should definitely be on your holidays shopping list. Let us know your thoughts on both the wearable devices in the comments below. Cheers !! LG G Watch R Tech Specs at a Glance   Chipset 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Display 1.3-inch P-OLED Display (320 x 320) Memory 4GB eMMC / 512MB RAM Battery 410mAh Operating System Android Wear 
(compatible with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above) Sensors 9-Axis (Gyro/ Accelerometer/ Compass), Barometer, PPG Color Black Other Dust and Water Resistant (IP67)...

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