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Google Street View gives you a tour of where Moto X's are born

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Ever wonder how Motorola's stateside assembly of the Moto X compares to giants such as Foxconn? Well, now you can go on a digital tour of the facility via Google Street View -- that is if our extensive gallery of up-close-and-personal photos doesn't do it for you. Google and Motorola have introduced the new virtual destination to celebrate the Fort Worth factory's official launch, so anyone with internet connection can check out where the company assembles the 100,000 phones it ships each week. And if you're tired of looking at sterile white factory walls, you can always use Street View to coo at animals, climb lofty buildings and conquer mountains instead.

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