Motorola, a firm well-known for its cell phones and accessories, was acquired by Lenovo in 2016. Since then, the company’s mission has shifted, but luckily for us, the Moto phones we’ve come to love so much over the years have continued to roll off the belt.
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
The Chief Operating Officer of T-Mobile, Mike Sievert revealed that starting from May 31st, “every T-Mobile customer’s phone number will be upgraded to DIGITS for free.” DIGITS is a top-of-the-line beta program that supports inter-connectivity between your mobile number and other compatible devices such as phone, tablet, smartwatch, computer, and more thereby eliminating the heck multiple phones and multiple numbers, especially for business. DIGITS was actually introduced sometime last year but T-Mobile said that feedback from customers will be used [Read More]
It was reported earlier this year that former Android Inc. Head and Google employee Andy Rubin would build a brand called Essential to compete in the smartphone market with high-end rivals including those from Google and Apple.
Motorola is on the move. According to a recent tweet in response to a smartwatch fan, Motorola Support confirmed the Android Wear 2.0 update for one of its watches. But will it be Motorola’s last?
The OnePlus 5 can’t get here soon enough. OnePlus has confirmed a summer launch for the device, in line with previous device launches such as the OnePlus 3, for example, alongside of a “working on a smartphone” teaser and recently, a discussion of five colors and the words “what 5hould the color of your next phone be” with Black, Gold, Bluish Purple, and Red beneath it on Twitter.
Were you at Samsung’s unveiling of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in NYC? If you were, you used Samsung’s new Gear 360 camera to help capture the world around you in every angle. The new 360-degree gadget built on a holding stick is available now both in-store and online.
T-Mobile, America’s third largest carrier, has announced what it is calling a “spectacularly simple” way for customers currently using Verizon to switch to T-Mobile’s service. The deal is available for Verizon customers using two of the most popular phones (recent iPhones and the Google Pixel) and means customers can have their existing phone paid off in full.