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Moto E Stories June 5, 2020

Motorola has officially announced another set of affordable Android devices in the form of the Moto E and Moto G Fast in North American markets.

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Moto E Stories July 1, 2016

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Moto E $20, 6000mAh Power Bank $6, Laptop Backpacks from $25, more

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Today’s Amazon Gold Box has a $20 Motorola Android Smartphone that’s perfect for kids or grandparents

Smartphone Accessories: Eachine X3 6000mAh External Battery Power Bank w/ USB Charging Cable $6 Prime shipped (Reg. $17), more

Here are two backpacks from SwissGear and Case Logic on sale with great ratings from $25 shipped

MacBook Air is the best Apple laptop for most everyday users, save $200 today on a pair of the latest models

Save nearly $300 on Apple’s latest 13-inch 256GB Retina MacBook Pro: $1,200 shipped (Reg. $1,499)

Amazon Prime Day 2016 revealed: Tons of deals, increased inventory and Alexa specials for Echo owners

Parallels Desktop 11: Run Windows/Android/Linux/anything seamlessly on your Mac: $40 (50% off) shipped or less

Review: Mophie’s new Charge Force line brings carefree wireless charging to iPhone [Video]

Apple’s Thunderbolt Display has been put out to pasture, here are the best alternatives at every price point

Vansky’s $23 USB LED light strip gives you multi-color mood lighting

Review: Jaybird’s new Freedom Wireless headphones score high marks on design, sound [Video]


Best Buy July 4th Sale: WD 1TB Wireless Portable Hard Drive $120, Logitech Harmony Touch Remote $100, more


mophie’s 1840mAh Battery Case will help your iPhone 6/s make it through the day: $40 (Reg. $60)

The Nest Learning Thermostat will help lower your energy costs throughout the summer: $199 (Reg. $249)

Moto E Stories April 4, 2016

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Moto E (2nd gen.) $36, PNY 128GB MicroSDXC Card $30, more

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Boost Mobile Motorola Moto E 8GB: $36 shipped (Reg. $60) | Best Buy

Daily Deals: PNY 128GB MicroSDXC Card $30, Wireless AC1900 Router $160, more

Amazon’s popular Kindle e-readers are up to 37% off for Prime members w/ prices starting at $50 shipped

Smartphone Accessories: Poweradd Solar 10000mAh Dual 2.1A USB Battery/light: $12, more


Browse the web anonymously with a Private Internet Access VPN 2-year subscription: $60 (Orig. $80)


UE BOOM 2 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker in all colors: $150 shipped (Reg. $200)

Buy a refurbished Apple AirPort Express Wi-Fi router w/ 1-yr warranty for $49 shipped (Orig. $99)


ROAM-e follows you around in the sky and takes selfies on demand

Sprint customers can now (but probably shouldn’t) pay monthly for Amazon Prime


Possible 3rd-gen Moto E and first ‘by Lenovo’ device appear in benchmarks

A pair of listings on GFXbench (via WinFuture) have revealed two Lenovo phones that may possibly be the next generation Moto E. Additionally, two devices with the Moto X3 moniker have hit an Indian import/export database that might allude to a release sooner than later.

Moto E Stories January 13, 2016

Motorola: We’re not killing off the Moto G or Moto E

Recently, Lenovo’s chief made some comments regarding the future of Motorola and Lenovo smartphones. Those comments seemed to indicate that the Moto brand name would only be used for high-end smartphones, while Lenovo’s ‘Vibe’ lineup would form the bottom end of the companies product portfolio. Some saw this as confirmation that Moto G and Moto E handsets would be discontinued.

Speaking to The Verge, a Motorola representative was quick to debunk those suggestions:

“Although we are simplifying the combined Motorola and [Lenovo] portfolio, we have no plans to retire Moto G, our most successful smartphone, or Moto E.”

Despite the fact that Lenovo’s chief seemed to be indicating an end to the bottom-tier Motorolas, it seems that instead, the Moto and Vibe brands will be used in different markets. The Moto G and Moto E are incredibly successful in a number of markets, particularly North America. In Asia, the Vibe brand is a better fit. So it could be instead that it slims down its portfolio, while still continuing to build new models of affordable Moto-branded products.

Most of the confusion and interest surrounding Motorola and its phones stems from a recent discovery that the Motorola brand name will be dying. Since then, it seems as though everything has been up in the air, at least in the media. While Motorola is going away, the Moto brand is too strong to give up. Just like it did with ThinkPad, Lenovo is going to continue using the Moto moniker for its devices.

Moto E Stories January 12, 2016


Following news that Lenovo would be phasing out the Motorola brand-name, tech enthusiasts globally were intrigued to hear what else the company’s new owners had in store for us. Will Moto phones be just as good as they have been in the past? Will they keep the stock Android experience?

Lenovo’s chief, having spilled the beans regarding Google’s plans to launch its Play Services in China this year was seemingly keen to also share his thoughts on the Moto brand and what the next couple of years has in store for the fashionable smartphone family. As with all changes made when new owners take over, there’s both good news and bad news…

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