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Motorola Keylink Accessory Finally Back In Stock After 3 Month Absence

After more than a 3 month hiatus, the Motorola Keylink is once again available for purchase at Motorola.com for $25. The small triangular device connects to any Android smartphone via Bluetooth and can help owners locate missing keys with their phone, or their phone with the Keylink.

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I picked one up as a stocking stuffer for my wife, Lorette, last Christmas and it has been one of her favorite gifts.

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[Deal Alert] Save Up To $225 On A Moto X (2nd Gen) From Motorola.com With Prices Starting At $350 And Free 32GB Memory Upgrades

The 2nd generation Moto X is one of the best smartphones running stock Android. Motorola usually wants $500 for a 16GB off-contract model, but today it's throwing you a bone. For the next 24 hours, that starting price is dropping to $350. Not only that, you can bump up to 32GB for free, and 64GB will set you back just $25.

This sale only applies to Motorola's website. Fortunately, that means you can still customize until your heart's content.

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Motorola Ordered To Pay Fujifilm $10 Million For Camera Patent Infringement

If corporate patent litigation was a soap opera, it would be at once the most interesting and most snooze-inducing show on television. The latest twist comes from a three-year-old suit by Fujifilm against Motorola Mobility, which was still a Google company instead of a Lenovo one when the suit first started. Fuji alleged that Moto violated three camera patents and one wireless patent in its phones without licensing. A San Francisco court invalidated Fuji's claims on all but one of them, so Moto will have to pay for the privilege of one camera patent.

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2nd Gen Moto G Dual SIM Gets Official CyanogenMod Nightly Support

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[Deal Alert] Woot Has A Refurbished Motorola DROID MAXX (Verizon LTE, Unlocked GSM) For $180

I used the DROID MAXX for more than a year. It is, hands-down, one of my favorite Android devices. If you're looking for a good deal on a fantastic phone that's a little past its prime, you can't do better than Woot.com's current Electronics section promotion. The Amazon subsidiary is offering the Motorola DROID MAXX in refurbished form for $179.99, a little less than $500 off of the original retail price.

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Google Store's Moto 360 Price Drops From $250 To $165

The Moto 360 has dropped to some downright cheaper prices over the past few weeks. Amazon and Best Buy alike have sold the smartwatch for up to $100 off, depending on the variant. People have been able to buy the wearable in any color or material at a discounted price.

Now the Moto 360's Google Store listing has received a price drop as well. The device is showing up there for $165. And this doesn't appear to be a sale, either.

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[Deal Alert] Most Moto 360 Variants Reduced To $180 - $230 On Amazon And Best Buy

Motorola seems to be clearing stock. The company's Moto 360 is significantly marked down, and I'm not talking about just on one site, nor only one variant. You can currently get the device with leather or metal bands for prices ranging from $70 to $110 off on Amazon and Best Buy alike.

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While the prices are largely identical across the two stores, there are a few discrepancies. Best Buy offers all of the metal variants for $10 less than Amazon.

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[Deal Alert] Champagne Gold Moto 360 With Metal Band Only $260 On Amazon (Down From $330)

The Moto 360 starts out at $249.99, but if you want one in gold, that will cost you an extra $30. And if you want a spiffy metal band to match, that will be another $50. So at the end of the process, you're looking at handing over $330 for your shiny intelligent watch.

Today you can get a gold Moto 360 in this configuration on Amazon for just $260. That's only $10 more than a silver or black one with a leather strap.

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The First Generation Moto X, E, and G LTE Will All Skip Android 5.0, Go Straight To 5.1

If you're carrying a first generation Moto X, E, or G LTE, then you've likely noticed a distinct lack of Lollipop running on your device. The main reason for that is, well, because Motorola has been testing the 5.0.2 update in several markets over the past several weeks, but it still hasn't released it publicly. According to Motorola's David Schuster, they've also been testing 5.1 on the aforementioned devices in tandem with 5.0.2, and now the company has decided to skip 5.0 altogether and bump those devices directly to 5.1.

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[OTA Download] Moto G Google Play Edition OTA To Android 5.1 Has Begun Rolling Out

If you're the owner of a Google Play Edition Moto G, your update to Android 5.1 has begun rolling out. Though these things go out in stages, you can always check manually for an update, or if you're too impatient, you can download and flash the OTA manually using the link to Google's server at the bottom of this post.

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The build is LMY47M and the OTA clocks in at a fairly hefty 171 MB.

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