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The 2014 Moto X's camera let it down. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The 2014 Moto X’s camera let it down. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Leaked specifications for a third-generation Moto X suggest Motorola will address one of the biggest complaints fans had with the existing model — its camera. The new device is expected to have a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with all the features you’d expect from a high-end phone.

Samsung has already teamed up with Swarovski. Photo: Samsung

Samsung has already teamed up with Swarovski. Photo: Samsung

Samsung wants to make its next Gear smartwatch just as pretty as the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, so it is working with a number of artists and fashion brands on its design and accessories, a new report claims.

Samsung's next Gear will be very different. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s next Gear will be very different. Photo: Samsung

After launching its best smartphones to date in the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Samsung is looking to continue its image overhaul with a brand new smartwatch.

A new smartwatch SDK the South Korean company will be rolling out soon was teased with a fancy image that all but confirms rumors its next wearable will have a round display.

Another reason not to root your Galaxy S5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

Another reason not to root your Galaxy S5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

A security research firm has uncovered a flaw in Android that allows hackers to steal copies of our fingerprints from the Galaxy S5, and possibly other devices. Samsung says it is already investigating the issue, which will be demonstrated at the RSA security conference this week.

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Google took the wraps off its new wireless network called Project Fi today, revealing that it will sell basic plans with talk, text, Wi-Fi, tethering and international coverage for just $20 a month.

Rather than building out its own infrastructure for the wireless network, Google is partnering with both Sprint and T-Mobile, and will allow customers to seamlessly switch between the two networks for the fastest connection available at your current location.

Check out the Project Fi video below:

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