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New OnePlus 2 Leak Offers Best Look Yet At The Hardware

The OnePlus 2 is set to be announced in just a few hours, but a last-minute leak confirms many of the details that have already leaked. A poster on XDA claims to be a beta tester in China and comes bearing gifts—a bunch of new photos that confirm the previously leaked TENAA images and some thoughts on the device.

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Google Introduces India To The Lava Pixel V1, A 5.5-inch 720p Android One Phone With 2GB Of RAM For Rs. 11,349

India is where the Android One initiative got off the ground, and now Google has announced another handset available in the country. The phone is called the Lava Pixel V1.

Yeah, you can't tell much from the video, adorable as it is. Here's the lowdown. The Pixel V1 is a high-end device by Android One standards.

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Razer's Ouya Acquisition Is Now Official, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman Leaves The Company [Update: Details]

After a long period of stagnation, Ouya was acquired by gaming company Razer last month. At least that's what the business management firm Mesa Global said on its website. Now that transaction is official according to the Razer Twitter account and the snazzy graphic above. Details of the acquisition aren't available, but we do know that Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman isn't joining Razer.

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T-Mobile Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Get Updates With Battery Life Improvements And Other Tweaks

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are already on the latest version of Android, but the T-Mobile variants are getting a small maintenance update today with a few fixes. It's not huge, but you may as well install it when you've got a moment. The changelog promises battery life improvements, which is always appreciated.

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BeyondPod Releases Separate Betas That Include Support For Android M And Android Auto

Collectively, the userbases for Android M and Android Auto have to represent only a tiny fraction of the total users of Android. But those people are also the most dedicated Android fans, so any developer hoping to get attention from power users would do well to consider them. Case in point: BeyondPod, the go-to podcast manager.

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Samsung Shows Off A Desktop Monitor With A Built-In Qi Wireless Charging Pad

Samsung makes some really cool monitors. Aside from looking nicer than your usual plastic-wrapped panels, they have versions with 4K resolution, curved screens, and advanced gaming sync tech. And now they've got one with a built in wireless charging port for your Samsung phone. Well, it'll work with any phone with Qi-compatible wireless charging.

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Minimal Text Editor Monospace From Underwood Apps Is Now Available In Public Beta On The Play Store

Underwood Apps, developer of the widely-praised Today Calendar, has a new entry on the Play Store. You probably won't be interested if you're looking for another replacement to a core Google app, but writers, developers, and editors would do well to check it out. Say hello to Monospace, a super-simple text editor that's making its Play Store debut in beta form.

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Sparkle 3 Genesis Adds Some Much-Needed Structure To The 'Float Around And Eat Stuff' Genre

The Sparkle series of games use a 2D layout and a "zen" approach, putting players in the role of a tiny plankton-like creature as it eats, grows, and evolves. The third game steps up the design of both the sea life and the background until it looks like you're playing in a catastrophic oil spill comprised entirely of tie-dye.

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[Weekend Poll] Fingerprint Scanners: Must-Have Or Meh?

Fingerprint scanners are finally coming into their own - near-instant touch readers are replacing tired, old, swipe scanners, and they're more accurate, much faster, and a hell of a lot easier to operate. But do you actually want one?

There have been precious few phones with touch-style scanners released to date.

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