The Moto X series of phones from Motorola have been pretty impressive devices that Motorola has released over the past couple of years, which is why we have to admit that we’re pretty excited to see what Motorola will be bringing to the table with this year’s Moto X. The good news is that if you’re just as curious, the folks at STJS Gadgets have recently managed to get their hands on the alleged specs of the upcoming device.
Now it should be taken with a grain of salt for now, but given the natural progression of technology, some of these specs don’t sound like they’re a stretch of the imagination. Let’s start with the display which according to the leaked specs, will feature a 5.2-inch AMOLED screen and will have a QHD resolution. Read full post →Alleged Moto X (2015) Specs Leaked
When searching for information online, do you find yourself using your mobile device more than your PC? After all our phones are with us all the time, when we’re out, when we’re in bed, while commuting, and even in the bathroom so the convenience of being able to search for information anytime and anywhere is understandable.
As it turns out, yes, it seems that mobile search is starting to increase and according to Google executive Jerry Dischler, there are instances in which mobile search actually outpaces that of desktop searches in some countries, such as in the US and Japan, for example. Dischler’s revelation was part of a Google announcement in which the company announced the expansion of their suite of ads in which it will now be more optimized for mobile devices. Read full post →Mobile Search Beats Out Desktop Searches In Some Countries