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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:

Lollipop for the LG G3. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Lollipop for the LG G3. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG G3 handsets connected to Verizon are finally getting their Android 5.0 Lollipop update, more than two months after the software was released by AT&T and Sprint.

It’s rolling out now over-the-air, and it brings a whole host of new features and improvements.

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Ignore the slightly hammy acting, this is actually pretty great! Photo: Sprint

Eligible for an upgrade on your Sprint handset? If so, you may be able to take advantage of a great new offer from the company, whereby a Sprint representative will personally deliver your new phone and configure it for you — all from the comfort of your home.

Check out a video below.

The HTC One M9 now takes better photos. Photo: HTC

The HTC One M9 now takes better photos. Photo: HTC

HTC has rolled out a software update for its new One M9 handset that hopes to fix some of the camera troubles you may have read about in its early reviews. However, the software is only available to those in the U.S. because it ships pre-installed on international models.

Galaxy Note 3 gets a taste of Lollipop.

Galaxy Note 3 gets a taste of Lollipop.

Got a Galaxy Note 3 on Sprint? It’s about to feel like a much newer device thanks to Samsung’s latest Lollipop software, which is now winging its way to you over-the-air and via Samsung’s Kies applications for Mac and PC.

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