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Nokia today announced its first Android-powered smartphone since it was acquired by Microsoft. It’s called the Nokia X2 and it’s a slightly improved version of the Nokia X that was announced at Mobile World Congress back in February. In addition to dual SIM card slots, it has a faster processor, more RAM, and a better camera.


Nokia’s smartphone business may be in Microsoft’s hands now, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to turn its back on Android. A Nokia X event scheduled for  June 24 suggests the company has a new Android-powered device on the way, just four months after it unveiled the original Nokia X family at Mobile World Congress.


Galaxy Gear owners probably feared that their wearables would never see another software update after Samsung announced a second-generation Gear lineup at Mobile World Congress back in February, just five months after the South Korean’s first smartwatch made its debut. I certainly did — but that won’t be the case.

In fact, the original Galaxy Gear won’t just get a software update; it’s going to get a whole new operating system.

Cooling off in a bowl of water.

Early Galaxy S5 adopters may want to look away now.

Just weeks after Samsung’s latest flagship went on sale around the world, new reports have claimed the South Korean company is already gearing up for the imminent release of a “Galaxy S5 Prime” with an aluminum form factor and a super sharp 2K display.


Samsung has released two new promotional videos for the Galaxy S5 today, focusing on the handset’s design and new features. One showcases its much-improved new back panel, slimmer form factor, and larger display; while the other highlights things like the 2,800mAh battery, its 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and its new software features.

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