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The new Moto 360 looks good. Photo:

The new Moto 360 looks good. Photo:

Motorola is set to announce its second-generation Moto 360 on September 8, according to a teaser image published by parent company Lenovo. We’ve already seen leaked images of the device, which is expected to come in two sizes for the first time.

Beware fingerprint thieves on Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

Beware fingerprint thieves on Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

Just one day after Google announced the “world’s largest” Android update was coming to eliminate the Stagefright vulnerability, two more flaws have been discovered in its platform.

One allows “hundreds of millions” of devices to be hacked without the owner’s knowledge, while the other allows fingerprint data to be stolen remotely.

Who wouldn't want this? Photo: Lenovo

Who wouldn’t want this? Photo: Lenovo

If Marty McFly brought a smartphone back from the future, it would likely be a lot like the Lenovo Smart Cast, the world’s first smartphone with a built-in laser projector that’s capable of displaying a virtual keyboard and apps on almost any surface.

Devices like the Moto G have helped Motorola reach new highs. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Devices like the Moto G have helped Motorola reach new highs. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Motorola’s latest handsets continue to be an incredible success worldwide, helping the company sell more than 10 million handsets during the third quarter of 2014.

It’s a record for the Moto maker, which saw its revenue reach new highs during Q3. Lenovo, which acquired Motorola from Google last year, said it was able to beat investor expectations for smartphone sales, which were already more than doubled for this quarter.

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Lenovo wants to shake up the affordable notebook market by launching the cheapest Chromebook we’ve seen to date, according to sources in its supply chain. The Chinese company is said to be targeting a price tag under $170, and it will turn to budget processors in order to keep costs low.

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