Lollipop continues its assault on the new Moto X. Photo: Motorola

Lollipop continues its assault on the new Moto X. Photo: Motorola

Owners of the new Moto X on Verizon are now receiving Motorola’s much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade. The 678MB release is rolling out now over-the-air to a select group of users who were chosen to be a part of the Motorola Feedback Network.

The gold Moto 360 with an 18mm strap. Photo: Motorola

The gold Moto 360 with an 18mm strap. Photo: Motorola

Motorola’s incredibly popular Moto 360 smartwatch is now available in gold with a slightly narrower 18mm strap — but you’ll have to pay a small premium for it.

The Nexus 6 is hiding a great feature that's easy to enable. Photo: Google

The Nexus 6 is hiding a great feature that’s easy to enable. Photo: Google

Early versions of the Nexus 6, including those issued to select reviews, had an awesome double-tap to wake function much like the HTC One M8, which was inexplicably removed by Google before the handset made its public debut. It’s unclear why it was pulled, but if you’ve already rooted your device, you can get it back with this simple app.

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A Rolex watchface on the Moto 360. Photo: Rico Fox

An Omega watchface on the Moto 360. Photo: Rico Fox

That fancy Rolex face you’ve downloaded for your smartwatch won’t be available for much longer if luxury watchmakers get their way. A number of the world’s leading watch brands are clamping down on copycat faces designed for smartwatches and hope to get them banished from the Internet, according to a new report.

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