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Motorola Makes The 2nd Gen Moto E Official—Now Available For $150 With LTE, $120 3G-Only Option Coming Soon

We've already seen how the new Moto E looks, but now Motorola has made things official. The 2nd generation low-cost handset is available now in the US for $149.99 with LTE. A $119.99 3G-only option is coming soon. Note, the version you can get today is the GSM model, not the one coming from Verizon.

Here's what has changed since 2014. This year's handset comes powered by a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, up from last year's Snapdragon 200 (edit: the 3G model will remain with the 200).

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Motorola Finally Posts Kernel Source For Lollipop On 2014 Moto X [Update: Moto G (1st And 2nd Gen) And Moto E Too]

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[Not Lollipop] Verizon Sends Out OTA To Droid Turbo With Some Minor Fixes

There were rumors of a Lollipop soak test for the Droid Turbo on Verizon a few weeks ago, and now that update is rolling out. Guess what—it's not Lollipop. The new update, version 21.44.12 is a small KitKat bug fix for some calling issues and a few other software bugs.

Here's the changelog for the new OTA.

  • Fixes for low call volume issues
  • Email application fixes
  • DROID Command Center Widget update Fixes to reflect up to date weather

The update should arrive on your device in the next few days.

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Leak: This Is Verizon's Moto E (2nd Generation) With LTE

Of the original Moto E's missing features, LTE was perhaps highest on the wish-list (well, maybe behind a front-facing camera) for the super-budget handset. The second generation Moto E - previously leaked here - will not have that problem, at least if we're talking about the version headed to Verizon. Oh, and yes: the new Moto E is going to be on Verizon, apparently. With LTE. And that picture up there is it.

This is all we've got, but the image is a dead match for the previous leak apart from the Verizon branding, so there's basically no doubt as to its legitimacy.

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A Developer Has Gotten Android Wear To Work With An iPhone Without Jailbreaking

A developer has done the (almost) unthinkable: gotten an Android Wear watch to work with an Apple iPhone. More specifically, it's a Moto 360 and an iPhone 6. Maybe more surprising is that he did not need to jailbreak the iPhone to do it, even though his happens to be. It's not exactly clear how much he needed to modify the watch, but he's obviously loaded custom software onto it. Here's a proof-of-concept video:

If you don't like videos, it shows a text message rolling in on the iPhone and an alert subsequently popping up on the Moto 360. The notification on Android Wear has the appearance of a Hangouts-type alert, just with the Apple Messages icon instead.

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US Cellular's Motorola Electrify M (AKA RAZR M) Gets Updated To Android 4.4 A Year And A Half Later

Opening statement giving a broad overview of device updates. Introduction of specific manufacturer, carrier, and model. Expression of dissatisfaction at the state of Android updates. Date comparison of release of specific Android version and the latest version. Specific call to action for carrier and/or manufacturer. Lamentation on behalf of affected users. Grudging link to documentation of software update. In case you couldn't tell yet, we do a lot of these overdue carrier update posts on Android Police, and they aren't any more fun for us to write than they are for you to read.

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Today's object of ire is US Cellular.

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Motorola's Lollipop Soak Test For The Moto E Begins In India And Brazil, Moto Maxx In Brazil And Mexico

Good news, Motorola owners! Your phone's maker is getting ready to give a taste of Lollipop to more devices, but before rolling it out to everyone, it wants to test it with select users to iron out any possible quirks.

After the Moto G (2nd generation), and Moto X (2014), Lollipop is headed to both Moto E and Moto Maxx soak testers, as announced in a post on the company's blog. The soak test is already rolling out to "devices bought at retail," in India and Brazil for the affordable Moto E, and Brazil and Mexico for the high-end battery beast that is the Moto Maxx.

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The 2nd Gen Moto E Pops Up On Best Buy Site

Motorola hasn't officially announced a 2nd generation Moto E, but the company has every reason to make one. The budget device was a big seller last year, and we got a leaked image of the new one just last month. Now the phone is on Best Buy's website, priced at $99 for Sprint prepaid service. However, you (probably) can't buy it just yet.

2015-02-09 15_38_17-Sprint Prepaid Motorola Moto E 4G with 8GB Memory NoContract Cell Phone Black MO

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[Deal Alert] All Moto 360 Variants Currently $30 - $50 Off At Best Buy

If you must have your Android Wear fix, prefer circular smartwatches, and aren't particularly feeling the LG G Watch R, then the Moto 360 really is your only option. That's not to say it's bad one. I've happily strapped one to my wrist for months now.

The Moto 360 remains at its original price point, so the model with a leather strap goes for $249.99, and the metal strap bumps that up to $299.99. Fortunately, Best Buy is currently selling the full set of options for $30 - $50 off. You can get the regular model for $219.99, while the more expensive variant has been temporarily reduced to $249.99.

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Motorola Has The Blue 64GB Nexus 6 In Stock Right Now—Hurry

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