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[Update: Gone] New Moto 360 Colors Land On Amazon With Metal Bands, Including A Slimmer 18mm 'Champagne' Option

Update: As commenter JT3 points out, it looks like all the new color options introduced today aren't shipping for at least a month, despite being sold immediately. That includes the separate metal bands. Bummer.

Update 2: ...aaaaand they're gone. The new colors and band listings have been removed from Amazon, presumably to be added back at some point. At least you can drool at the photos below between now and then.

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Motorola Flip Case App Supports The New Window Case For The DROID Turbo

The new DROID Turbo for Verizon is a beast of a phone, but Motorola isn't letting it stand alone. The company also announced a proprietary see-through case for the device, with the somewhat benign name "Droid Turbo Flip Case." It's a pretty standard full-body flip case offered in either leather or nylon, but it includes a screen cutout and a transparent cover that lets you view the phone's active notifications, or even answer a call or take a photo, without opening the case.

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3D-Printed Moto 360 Bumper Cases Now Available On Shapeways For $8 - Wait, What?

Most watches don't have much in the way of accessories beyond straps and winders. But then most watches don't hold a ton of electronic guts, and most watches aren't owned by gadget fans with an obsessive need to keep their toys in pristine condition. To fill that need, a merchant on the 3D printing marketplace Shapeways is selling custom-made bumper cases for the Moto 360. Yeah, really.

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"Raelx" is offering the $8 cases in a variety of colors and styles.

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Verizon Makes The DROID Turbo Official: A Beefed-Up Moto X With A Monster Battery, Launching Thursday For $200 On Contract

Verizon's yearly update of the DROID line is today, and once again Motorola has borrowed heavily from its Moto X flagship to make the carrier's customized phone. For 2014 there's only one new Motorola DROID, as opposed to three models last year and the year before. Say hello to the DROID Turbo, if you haven't already checked out nearly every detail that's been leaked. It will be available from Verizon's retailers and online store on Thursday, October 30th starting at $199.99 on-contract.

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[Deal Alert] Moto X (2nd Gen) On Sale Through Motorola UK For £359.99, Down From £419.99 (UK Only)

Here's one for our beloved UK-based readers—the new Moto X is on sale with a pretty reasonable discount on your side of the Atlantic, but you'll have to act fast. Until tomorrow, October 29th at noon, you can get the Moto X for £359.99 (£60 off).

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Motorola DROID Turbo Retail Packaging Leaked On Twitter Ahead Of Tuesday Announcement

Update: According to this tweet from Moto Firmware, the DROID Turbo will launch on October 30th (two days after the announcement) and some retailers already have the phone in stock. The source is anonymous, so consider it rumor for now.

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Do you appreciate the Nexus 6's bombastic hardware specs, but wish they came in a more compact form factor? Do you like the size of the Moto X 2014, and appreciate Motorola's software enhancements on top of Android?

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Moto 360 Charging Dock Now In Stock On The Play Store For $39.99

Google has slowly been adding replacement charging docks for the Android Wear devices to the Play Store. That's important in the case of watches like the Gear Live, which uses a special clip to charge the watch. It's less of an issue for the Qi-equipped Moto 360, but the official stand is in stock now anyway.

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The listing for the dock appeared recently, but it wasn't available for purchase. That's changed now, and you can order it for $39.99.

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Motorola Announces Android Wear 4.4W.2 Update For The Moto 360

Google is rolling out an update to Android Wear that brings the first of two waves of promised features. So far it is arriving on LG watches, but Motorola just chimed in with specifics for the Moto 360. It's mostly the same as what other wearables will get, but with a few key exceptions.

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[Android 4.4W.2 Feature Spotlight] You Can Now Swipe Down To Get Notifications Off The Watchface And Save Them For Later

Android 4.4W.2 is slowly rolling out to various Wear devices this week, and my G Watch R review unit just received it earlier this afternoon. A couple of commenters have pointed out a new feature in W2 that we hadn't yet noticed - you can now hide notifications, as opposed to dismissing them, directly from the watchface.

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Team Win Recovery Project Is Now Available For The Moto X 2014

Thanks to high-end specs, a relatively "clean" build of Android, and Motorola's improved reputation, the Moto X 2014 (AKA Moto X Second Generation) is fast becoming a favorite among Android power users. And now that it's been out in the wild for a few weeks, the modders are lining up to write the usual custom ROMs and tweaks. To help facilitate that, the folks at Team Win have brought their custom recovery to the new flagship.

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