Moto G gets Android 5.1. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Moto G gets Android 5.1. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

If you’re a custom ROM flasher who never waits for official updates from manufacturers, you’ll be delighted to know that there’s now an unofficial CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM that brings Android 5.1 Lollipop to the 2014 Motorola Moto G.

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The Bluetooth Cloud Buds offer a truly hands-free listening experience, so you’ll never miss a beat. With up to 30-feet of crystal-clear Bluetooth connectivity, you can hit the treadmill to your favorite jams, or take a call while prepping dinner—and best of all, kiss tangled wires goodbye.

Normally priced at $109, the Cloud Buds are currently just $24.99 for a limited time through Cult of Android Deals.

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Samsung is learning a lesson Apple has known for years. People copy. Photo: Gizchina

Call it karma if you want, but after years of copying Apple’s iPhone designs, Samsung’s much-praised Galaxy S6 smartphone has apparently already received its first knockoff.

Made by a company called No.1, the phone looks extremely similar to Samsung’s new device, only minus the Samsung logo, featuring the Note 4’s user interface instead of the S6’s, and sporting a wonky home button which looks like it’s a firm shake away from falling out.

Check out more of the incriminating photos below.

HTC will make early adopters wait for the One M9. Photo: HTC

HTC will make early adopters wait for the One M9. Photo: HTC

HTC has begun delaying One M9 deliveries to customers based in the U.S. by up to one week.

Early adopters who ordered their handset directly from HTC’s online store were originally given a shipping date of March 30, but some will now have to wait until April 7 for their device to be sent out.

This is the DR-1 drone you can't buy. Photo: OnePlus

This is the DR-1 drone you can’t buy. Photo: OnePlus

The “game changing” DR-1 drone from OnePlus is here, and it’s priced at just $19.99 — but there’s a catch. While it may be a real product, it’s also an April Fools’ joke, and the “limited quantity” that were available to purchase from OnePlus are now sold out.

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