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Google Wallet is sticking around. Photo: Google

Google Wallet is sticking around. Photo: Google

Google’s ready to take on Apple Pay with a new mobile payments platform called Android Pay. It will work over NFC, and it will come with an API that will allow third-party developers to integrate the service into their own Android apps.

Samsung's best yet have finally arrived. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s best yet have finally arrived. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s love affair with cheap, tacky plastic is on hold for its stunning new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

Unveiled today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the new handsets pull out all the stops in an effort to reverse Samsung’s declining smartphone sales and mount a new challenge against Apple’s most popular iPhones to date.

They sport all-new designs made out of premium materials, and vastly improved software that promises a better user experience. But they aren’t without their own compromises.

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Meet the HTC One M9. Photo: HTC

HTC has provided us with an exciting start to Mobile World Congress 2015 by announcing its new One M9.

The device sports a familiar design, but it’s packing some huge improvements under the hood, including better BoomSound speakers, a faster processor, and a welcome 20-megapixel rear-facing camera.

The One M9 is coming. Photo: HTC

The wait for HTC’s next-generation One M9 is almost over. The company has today begun issuing invitations for a March 1 event in Barcelona, where we will get our first glimpse at “what’s next” from the Taiwanese smartphone maker.

Samsung's next Galaxy is close. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s next Galaxy is close. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S6 may be about a month away from its official unveiling, but the South Korean company is already showing it off at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, it has confirmed. Don’t expect to see any early glimpses of the handset, however, because only “select partners” get to look at it.

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