Say hello to the new Motorola. Actually, just say "OK, Google" to the Moto X to see what all the fuss is about. The company's first smartphone since being purchased by Google for $12.5 billion, the Moto X lets you dial contacts, get directions, see who won last night's game and more just by speaking to the handset. No unlocking required. This $199 "Assembled in the USA" phone is also the most customizable ever, with a website that lets users choose from a gaggle of color options. (It's for AT&T customers only at launch.) The Moto X's midrange specs definitely go against the flagship grain, but does the overall experience make up for it?