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Verizon Has The Moto 360 With Metal Band Up For Pre-Order, Estimated Delivery Date November 11th

We knew Motorola was planning to sell the Moto 360 with a metal band later this fall, but Verizon already has a pre-order page up. That's the good news. The not so good news is that it won't ship until November 11th, according to the site. Ouch.

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Motorola's Punit Soni: There Will Be No Second Generation Moto X Developer Edition For Verizon

Root addicts and ROM flashers on Verizon, prepare to lose it. According to a short question and answer session with Motorola Mobility's VP of Product Management Punit Soni, there will be no Developer Edition of the swanky second-gen Moto X for Verizon. Google+ user Shane Barone asked Mr. Soni about the availability of a developer edition and got this apologetic reply:

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Developer Editions are special carrier editions of phones sold without a contract and with an unlockable bootloader, made available for customers on carriers that permanently lock bootloaders as a matter of course.

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Motorola Migrate Now Enables Bluetooth Contact Transfers From 'Dumbphones' After Update

Motorola Migrate always seemed a little unnecessary to me - if you're coming from an Android phone, all your contacts should already be saved with Google, and I never saw the point of hoarding years of text messages. But Migrate has allowed for easy contact transfers from Apple's iPhone line, and with the latest update, it can even grab them from other 'dumbphones' as well. (Sorry, I let some inner fanboy out there.)

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According to the update text, Motorola Migrate can now import contacts from "non-smartphones," as long as they have Bluetooth and follow the standard contact transfer system that's been in place since before Android existed.

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[Weekend Poll] Did You Buy A Moto 360?

If you're in one of the eligible countries, you're probably well aware that the Moto 360 has begun shipping, so we want to know if you bought one.

The Moto 360 is easily the most anticipated Android Wear device to date, and possibly even the most awaited smartwatch. Its semi-circular display and very modern but still watch-like design have been huge factors here - I would definitely agree the 360 is still the best-looking smartwatch we've seen, even compared to concept hardware.

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Motorola Connect App Updated With Support For The Moto 360 And Power Pack Micro, But It Has Some Compatibility Issues

Motorola has some new gadgets coming out soon that round out its consumer electronics lineup. You've probably heard of the Moto 360, which is speeding its way towards some of your mailboxes right now. Motorola also announced the Power Pack Micro, a portable battery pack/Bluetooth phone finder combo, along with the new models of the Moto X and Moto G. To make both of them work to their full potential, you'll need the new Motorola Connect app.

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Moto 360 Orders Are Already Shipping From Motorola [Update: Best Buy Too]

If you were lucky enough to get an order placed for the Moto 360 on Motorola's website before they went out of stock, keep an eye on your email. Motorola has already gotten some orders out the door at its Texas facility, with an expected arrival date of Tuesday, September 9th.

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Moto 360 Now Available Online From Motorola.com, BestBuy.com, And Google Play; Best Buy Stores September 14

Update: Best Buy and Google Play are both now showing the Moto 360 as sold out. Best Buy has announced that all of its brick and mortar stores should have the watch on display in person on Sunday, September 14th.

Just slightly behind schedule, Moto 360 links have now appeared at Best Buy, Google Play, and Motorola.com. At Best Buy and Google Play, the watch is available in silver with a gray leather band or black with a matching black band.

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Moto G Is Now Available For Order On Motorola.com (If You Can Actually Get It To Load)

Motorola's new devices are slowly becoming available, and if you're a Moto G kind of person, you can get the second generation handset directly from Moto for $180 sans-contract now. If you haven't already heard (I'm sure you have), the second gen G is packing a 5-inch 720p display, 1.2GHz processor (likely a Snapdragon 400), 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear shooter, and 2,070mAh battery powering it all. The show is run by Android 4.4, and Motorola has already promised the update to L.

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Motorola's Punit Soni Says All New Software Features Will Come To Last Year's Devices If Supported By Hardware

The new Moto X makes a good first impression, but that's as much to do with the software as with the hardware. Luckily, owners of last year's Motorola devices won't be left in the dust. Motorola's Punit Soni has confirmed that all the new software features will be ported to the last generation devices, provided there is hardware support.

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Motorola Assist And Contextual Services Updated With Moto G And E Support For Drive And Home Modes

Motorola's apps are exclusively available to its devices, but some of the more affordable handsets take a while to get some of the provided features. In this case, the Motorola Assist and Contextual Services apps have recently been updated to bring Driving and Home mode support for the Moto G and the Moto E. To understand what this means, we must first take a look at what both of these apps actually do.

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