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Sony's camera business is a big success. Photo: Sony

Sony’s camera business is a big success. Photo: Sony

Sony is looking to pour billions into its smartphone camera business as it looks to increase production and development of modules for customers like Apple, Samsung, and others. The company’s camera business is already a success, but its production capacity is limited.

Let Google help you find your next phone. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Let Google help you find your next phone. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Struggling to decide which Android-powered smartphone is right for you? Google wants to help.

The search giant has launched a new website that helps you find the perfect phone based on how you tend use your device. Simply tell it which features are most important to you and it’ll suggest devices that you should check out.

Customers love the Tray Typer so much that they take them home. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Customers love the Tray Typer so much that they take them home. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Using your smartphone while scoffing fast food will leave your shiny display covered in grease and grime, but thanks to KFC, there’s a better way to live-tweet what you’re eating.

The finger-licking chicken giant has designed a paper-thin Bluetooth keyboard called the Tray Typer, which lets you text, tweet, and even get stuff done over dinner without having to touch your smartphone at all.

Will Google's next Nexus have the Note 4's display? Photo: Google

Will Google’s next Nexus have the Note 4’s display? Photo: Google

While it may seem unlikely, speculation surrounding a new Nexus smartphone made by Huawei refuses to die.

According to one analyst based in China, the device is indeed on its way, and it will deliver a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 processor.

The first Nintendo game will land on smartphones this year.

The first Nintendo game will land on smartphones this year.

Nintendo will deliver its first smartphone game by the end of this year, and there will be four more to come by 2017, president Satoru Iwata has confirmed.

While they may not sound like a whole lot, Nintendo insists it will demonstrate its commitment to smartphones and tablets by delivering quality games that are supported long after their release dates.

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