NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced that he is upholding the four game suspension the league gave Tom Brady for his role in Deflategate earlier this year, all because the four-time Super Bowl champion refused to hand over his cellphone.

The New England Patriot quarterback told fans this morning that he’s disappointed with the league’s decision, but he’s got a perfectly good explanation as to why he couldn’t give investigators his phone to access to his text messages – he had just switched to the iPhone 6.

Now's the time to get a Chromecast! Photos: Amazon

Now’s the time to get a Chromecast! Photos: Amazon

If you still haven’t bought yourself a Chromecast, you really should — today!

Amazon is offering everyone who purchases Google’s streaming stick (which is already reduced by $5) a $10 gift card, but the offer’s valid for today only.

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OnePlus 2’s new USB-C cable. Photo: OnePlus

The new OnePlus 2 is the first Android-powered smartphone to adopt USB-C technology, which means all those micro-USB cables you have stuffed in a drawer somewhere aren’t going to work with it.

You’ll get a USB-C cable with your OnePlus 2, of course, and OnePlus says you’ll be able to buy more separately for “about $5.”

Sony's new software running on the Xperia Z3. Photo: Jozinek

Sony’s new software running on the Xperia Z3. Photo: Jozinek

We’ve had a sneak peek at Sony’s concept Android software, thanks to a series of screenshots from beta testers. But if you own an Xperia Z3, you can now download and install a leaked beta ROM and try it out for yourself right now.

Smartphones aren't so profitable for LG. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Smartphones aren’t so profitable for LG. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG shipped an impressive 8.1 million LTE smartphones worldwide last quarter — its best result so far — but the company made just 1.2 cents in profit on each one. That’s approximately 0.012 percent of the profit Apple makes on every 16GB iPhone 6 it sells.

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