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The Moto 360 Is Official With A TI OMAP 3 Processor, 6 Custom Watch Faces, And Included Wireless Charging Dock—Available At Noon EST September 5th

Motorola is taking to YouTube with demo videos of its new device before updating the website. If you fancy a closer look at the Moto 360, we've got the official video right here. Spoiler: it looks sweet.

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Second Generation Moto G Features A 5-Inch 720p Screen And Dual Speakers, Available 9-5 For $179.99

The hits just keep on coming. A video for Motorola's second-generation Moto G has been posted before the expected reveal later this evening/morning. According to the video, the phone will use a larger, 5-inch HD (read: 1280x720) screen, and the unidentified processor is a quad-core model. Motorola also highlighted the fact that the Moto G will get "pure Android with [a] guaranteed upgrade."

The Motorola homepage was also briefly updated with a few hints of the Moto G, among other devices.

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Motorola's Tiny Hint Bluetooth Headset Commander Works With The 2014 Moto X And Comes With Its Own Mobile Charger For $149.99

Motorola's new 2014 series of products is set for an official announcement on Motorola.com in less than an hour, but here's something we haven't seen before: the Moto Hint. It appears to be a pretty standard Bluetooth headset, plus a custom carrier or charger cradle (or both). Considering the emphasis that Motorola is placing on voice control, not to mention the company's own history with radio and Bluetooth hardware, it fits in surprisingly well.

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The New Moto X Is Official—Coming Later This Month With A 5.2-Inch 1080p AMOLED, Snapdragon 801, And Moto Maker Customizations

It looks like Motorola decided to keep it simple when naming this year's flagship phone. The video below is the first official public appearance of the new Moto X. Not the X+1, not the X2—just the Moto X. Motorola's website is still updating, but the new devices are starting to roll out.

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New Leaked Video Shows Off The New Moto X (X+1) And Its Familiar Flick-To-Launch Camera Gesture

One of the less dramatic software additions to the Moto X was the handy and unobtrusive camera launch gesture. While most phones have a quick-launch function for the camera on the lockscreen, the Moto X (and Verizon's me-too DROIDs from 2013) can quickly access the camera with two twists of the wrist, even when the phone's screen is off. According to a video spotted by A Tech Website (no, that's really the name) the upcoming Moto X+1, or possibly "the new Moto X," retains this function.

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[Update: 3 More Videos] Google Shows Off The Power Of The Android Search App In A Couple Of New Ads

"OK Google" is a phrase that gets spoken around my house several times a day. So much, in fact, it's the first thing my two year old says when he picks up a phone. He looks at it, holds it close to his mouth, and out it comes...even if it's an iPhone. He makes me proud.

But I digress, this is about Google's new ads. I personally have grown to rely on Google Now and voice recognition for most things, and Google is trying to get everyone else on that train, as well (come on in guys, there's plenty of room).

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Hands-On With The Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact, And Smartwatch 3

We had a chance to take a few minutes with Sony's latest and greatest in Berlin earlier today, and I have to say: we left impressed. While the company's smartphones have had basically zero market penetration in the US (aside from on T-Mobile), the Z1 and Z2 were both fine flagship devices when stacked up against their contemporary competitors.

Xperia Z3

The Z3 isn't a big upgrade over the Z2, for sure, but it does have a few noteworthy refinements.

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The New Moto G Leaks On Video Ahead Of Official Announcement [Update: Device Pics]

Motorola is revealing its new line of products today, but only for press that are in Chicago for the private event. Everyone else gets to wait until 1AM central time for the embargo to drop. Well, a Brazilian retailer called Lojas Colombo may have jumped the gun a little by posting (and quickly pulling) a YouTube video showing off the new Moto G. Don't worry, there's a mirror below.

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[IFA 2014] Samsung Thinks The World Needs A Ruggedized Tablet, Releases The 8-Inch Galaxy Tab Active To Prove It

So far Samsung's "Active" mini-series has exactly two devices, the Galaxy S4 Active and the Galaxy S5 Active. (Three, if you count Sprint's S5 Sport variant.) At IFA 2014, the company is expanding its ruggedized horizons into the tablet world with the Galaxy Tab Active, an 8-inch device with the same IP67 water and dust protection, plus a chunky body that can resist drops of up to 1.2 meters (four feet).

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[IFA 2014] HTC Announces The Colorful Mid-Range Desire 820 With A 64-Bit Snapdragon 615 Processor

If HTC's various members of the One family seem a little cold and lifeless to you, you'll appreciate the new Desire 820. This decidedly mid-range device uses a variety of color schemes on its polycarbonate shell, adding a bit of style to the company's standard unibody dual-speaker layout. The result is a look that blends the HTC One M8 and, oddly, the iPhone 5c. Check out those two-tone accents on some models.

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