Motorola's new smart watch, the Moto 360, comes in a wide range of style and size choices. My review unit arrived today and I've paired it with my Moto X.
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Cyanogen's CEO said in an interview this week that his firm would integrate Microsoft's Cortana digital personal assistant into its version of Android.
Yesterday, my custom-designed Moto X Pure Edition arrived, and I spent much of yesterday afternoon installing apps and otherwise moving to the new phone.
The Moto X Pure Edition is an unlocked wonder with universal radios that provides high-end features, great customization choices, and affordable pricing.
Motorola’s second generation Moto X smart watch comes in two sizes, and now comes in models aimed at men, women, and fitness fans. Based on Android Wear, this new wearable offers a tremendous range of style choices, and is reasonably affordable. The other day, I mentioned in Samsung’s Latest Smart Watches Could One-Up Apple Watch […]
Google announced this morning that its Android Wear computing platform is now compatible with Apple's iPhone, a genius and desperate cross-platform play.
This week, Amazon has launched a new shopping app for Android called Underground, offering what it says is over $10,000 in free apps and games.
After delivering a limited, invite-only version of Cortana for Android last month, Microsoft is now offering the mobile app in public beta form in the US.
This year, Google needs to get Nexus right, avoiding the double-whammy of disappointment it offered last year. Early indications are that it will do so.
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Microsoft's Cortana app for Android--currently in private beta--now lets you replace Android’s ubiquitous Google Now feature with Cortana. Huzzah!
Microsoft today announced that it has delivered the first beta version of Cortana—its digital personal assistant software—in mobile app form on Android.
The first non-preview versions of Microsoft's Office apps for Android handsets—Word, Excel and PowerPoint—are now available from the Google Play Store.
Looking at this week's Google I/O announcements, it's hard to miss the ways in which Google is undercutting Microsoft's mobile efforts.