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Briefly: Motorola's iCloud migration, glass screen protector launches

updated 05:30 pm EDT, Thu October 17, 2013

Moto X users receive web tool for transferring iPhone handset data from iCloud

Motorola has announced its latest web tool for Moto X users, which allows iPhone owners to transfer handset data to their Moto X smartphone. Once consumers make their purchase of a Moto X, they will be prompted to migrate their data if applicable. Data that can presently be migrated consists of contacts and calendar entries only. Included in the web tool is a help page that outlines how the data fields will translate between iOS and Android.

Stealth Extreme Lite tempered glass screen protector launches today for iPhone, Galaxy Note 3

Armorz, a mobile accessories manufacturer, announced today its release of the Stealth Extreme Lite tempered glass screen protector. Available for iPhone 5s, 5c and Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the screen protector's thin tempered-glass composition provides protection from screen shattering. The screen protector affixes to the device's screen using a silicon adhesive, minimizing bubbling and lifting of the protector upon installation. Its oleophobic coating prevents fingerprints and smudges and makes its surface easy to clean. Available later today at Amazon and Armorz, the Stealth Extreme Lite tempered glass screen is priced at $35.



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