Latest Moto 360 sale offers the Android Wear smartwatch for as low as $149.99

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The Moto 360 has been part of quite a few sales lately, but if you’ve somehow missed them, you’ve now got another chance to pick up Motorola’s Android Wear smartwatch at a nice discount. The Moto 360 is now on sale at Woot at a starting price of $149.99 for the champagne gold model with a cognac leather band. If metal is more your style, you can get a natural metal or dark metal Moto 360 for $179.99. All models ship in 1-2 business days. While Motorola’s Moto 360 may be getting a little long in [Read Entire Story]

Android Wear 5.1.1 on the Moto 360

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We first saw Android Wear version 5.1.1 on the LG Watch Urbane, and since then it’s rolled out to most other Android-powered smartwatches. The Moto 360 has been a bit slow to receive updates, and 5.1.1 was no exception, but it’s in our hands now and we wanted to run you through some of the new features that the software update has brought.Android Wear 5.1.1 on the Moto 360 introduces wrist gestures to ... Continue reading »The post Android Wear 5.1.1 on the Moto 360 [Read Entire Story]

A look at the new features in Android 5.1.1 on the Moto 360 [VIDEO]

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Android 5.1.1 for smartwatches has been out for a little while now, but Motorola took some extra time to make sure it was ready for the Motorola Moto 360. It’s finally rolling out now. This might be the biggest update Android Wear has seen to date. There are many new features and improvements that make the whole experience feel much more mature. Let’s take a look at some of the best new things. Finally a built-in launcher When Android Wear was brand new a lot of people thought it [Read Entire Story]

Moto 360 Android Wear 5.1.1 begins rolling out

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Motorola’s Moto 360 smartwatch has begun receiving the latest version of Android Wear–5.1.1. The update would have come sooner if performance issues had not delayed it. Updates like these do take time to get to everyone. It’s first rolled out to a small number of people to make sure there aren’t any bugs that will make the device unusable. It could take a week or two to fully rollout to all Moto 360 users. The update brings with it a lot of new features, such as support [Read Entire Story]

Motorola will launch many “exciting products” this summer

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Motorola will be launching a handful of “exciting products” this summer. Lenovo’s chief executive Yang Yuanqing spoke to The Telegraph at the company’s TechWorld event in Beijing last month to discuss the matter. We haven’t seen much from Motorola since Lenovo acquired the company, but that could change very soon. “We have many new models in development with the Moto brands,” Yuanqing said, “so you may see in summer us launching some very exciting products, [Read Entire Story]

2nd-gen Moto 360 rumors

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As the release for the hugely anticipated successor to the Moto 360 smartwatch nears, more and more buzz is naturally surfacing.  And why shouldn’t it be?  The original 360 blew up with a large fan-base right from the bat.  It set the standard of how a quality smartwatch should be built, look, and feel.  Motorola did it right. But like typical with first-gen devices, it wasn’t perfect.  The 360 was criticized for its lackluster internals, such as the old TI OMAP 3 SoC running it, [Read Entire Story]

Moto 360 still unable to receive Android Wear update

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If your smartwatch runs on the Android Wear platform, you've probably been enjoying the latest update, version 5.1.1, for the past month or so. But if you own a Motorola 360, then you'd probably have been waiting in vain. The OEM confirms that until now, they are dealing with performance issues and the end isn't in sight anytime soon, without going into the specifics of the delay. Sadly, owners of the wearable have no choice but to wait until the issues are settled. One user tweeted at [Read Entire Story]

Motorola blames Moto 360 update delays on poor Android 5.1.1 performance, working with Google on a fix

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Android 5.1.1 for smartwatches was announced back in April, yet here we are well into June and still nothing for the Motorola Moto 360. If we didn’t know better, we’d say it almost feel like Motorola put the 360 on the back burner, what with the software update already rolling out to most other Android Wear devices since then. We know that’s not really the case and with the big changes introduced in Android 5.1.1 — like always-on apps and WiFi connectivity — we had [Read Entire Story]

Motorola delays Moto 360 software update because it’s “not quite there yet”

The software update hitting Android Wear devices around the world has yet to make it to the Moto 360. Motorola does have a reason for that. An owner of the smartwatch concerned with the software update’s status asked the company what was going on. The company responded on Twitter by saying that “performance is not quite there yet.” However, Motorola is actively working with Google to ensure the update arrives soon without any bugs. @davidcstevens_ Performance is not quite [Read Entire Story]

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