The Moto X Play is on sale to the public in some parts of the world right now. With its combined package of the latest software, solid hardware and design and great price, it's sure to be attracting plenty of folks right now.
We've had a little time to start getting to know it and put together a quick hit list on some of the details you need to know.
There's just something about the voice. I can't put my finger on it, but it's a little creepy. Maybe it's the music. Maybe it's just too damn cutesy.
Never lose your Mate S thanks to this slightly creepy "I'm heeeerrrreeee" A video posted by Richard Devine (@ricker666) on Sep 13, 2015 at 7:35am PDT
This is what happens when you call out for your Huawei Mate S should you lose it and have set...
Lenovo's latest Android handset is a monster. In a literal sense, rather than what's under the hood.
It also has — if we're honest — a terrible, terrible name. The Phab Plus. Part phone, part tablet is the message Lenovo is unabashedly selling with this one, claiming that the number of people actually making calls is dropping. The number of people two-handing their big-screen phones and...
Huawei has made the decision to shrink down its latest flagship Android smartphone in comparison to its predecessor, but it's still packing a premium design. This is the Huawei Mate S.
Following last year's Ascend Mate 7, the Mate S (no Ascend) is Huawei's newest large screen flagship, launched at IFA. Arguably, the Mate now sits above the P-range in Huawei's pecking order, and the 2015...
The last of the major trade shows of the year is upon us as we pack our bags and head for the German capital.
The IFA conference takes place every September in Berlin, and in past years has been the home of some huge Android announcements. The big elephant in the room was always the traditional announcement of the Galaxy Note at the pre-show press day. But with that out of the way already,...
Many of you will see the headline and think, "what on Earth is this guy talking about?" But you know what, the Moto X Play is the first phone in some time I've actually opened up the in-box documentation to figure something out. Because it's not obvious where the microSD card lives.
The front of the phone has a sticker on the screen that describes some key features, one of which is microSD...
At a series of events around the world in late July, Motorola dropped not one, but two versions of its top-end phone, the Moto X.
While the Moto X Style is still a little ways off, the Moto X Play is now on sale in places like the UK and Canada. It's not the highest of the high-end like the Style (or Pure Edition, depending where you are), but instead sits in the middle of Moto's newest range...
The Top Gear departure of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May left an explosion sized hole in the TV viewing of people around the world. But the trio are back for 2016 and you'll be able to watch their new creation on anything you can get Instant Video on.
Chinese phone makers — Oppo included — are really starting to get their collective games together and are making stuff worth noticing.
The R7 is one of its latest, and while it's not targeting the absolute highest of the high end, it's wrapped up in a very premium looking — and feeling — package.
Here are our first impressions.
Alongside debuting the first trailer for Minecraft: Story Mode, Mojang has also used its Minecon 2015 showcase in London to detail what the game is actually all about. And it's certainly a half Minecraft, half Telltale sort of experience.
The game will be coming to Android alongside Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, iOS, Mac, PS3 and PS4 later this year. In true Telltale Games style, it'll be a story...
It's always the way. 12 months from the launch of a hot new flagship device comes its successor. And then come the questions.
It doesn't matter which phone from which manufacturer, without fail there's going to be something shiny and new that comes along a year later as you try to cling to your wallet while you're asking yourself whether you should upgrade.
LG's latest, the G4, is likely...
Popular streaming music service, MixRadio, has today announced its official arrival on Android at an event in New York City.
The expansion away from Windows Phone comes as MixRadio recently left Microsoft ownership and was acquired by LINE, perhaps best known for its cross-platform messaging app. And for HTC owners there's an added bonus, too.
Computex 2015 is right around the corner and ASUS has begun inviting members of the press to its now traditional showcase event in its native Taiwan. Previous years have seen large numbers of product announcements covering both Android and Windows, phones, tablets, laptops, and combinations of the previous three.
Microsoft has been working on Hyperlapse for some time now, and today finally sees it launch as a consumer product for the first time.
With mobile apps for Android and Windows Phone as well as a desktop, 'Pro,' version, Hyperlapse offers a simple way to create great looking, smooth, fast-as-you-like time lapse videos from any of your video clips. The Android version is currently in beta but it...
At the IFA Global Press Conference this week in Malta, we've had a look at a new smartwatch from European brand, Haier. Perhaps better known for producing white goods like washing machines and refrigerators, Haier's watch is something you give to your kids while retaining the smart features for yourself.
And it'll help you keep track of your kids.
At the IFA Global Press Conference in Malta, Philips TV division, TP Vision, has talked about the company's plans for its lineup for 2015. And of particular interest its commitment to using Android TV. Of all Philips TVs for 2015, an impressive 80% of them will be running Google's OS.
Having been officially available in the U.S. for sometime now, the ASUS made Nexus Player looks set to go on sale officially in the UK on March 26. Amazon UK currently has a listing to pre-order the Nexus Player for £79.99 with free shipping around its expected shipping date.
Rolecule Games has been creating innovative games for the iPhone and Apple TV for a while now, and finally, the first of them has made the leap to Android and Chromecast. Motion Tennis is a tennis game you play across both devices with the motion of swinging your hand with your phone in it simulating the movements in the game.