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Black Nexus 5 Back In Stock On U.S. Google Play In 16GB And 32GB

Google typically phases the previous generation Nexus out whenever a new model comes to replace it, but the Nexus 6 is a partially massive device that leaves plenty of reasons to prefer 2013's smaller option. Unfortunately, the device has faded in and out of stock since its successor arrived, leaving folks to hunt on eBay and elsewhere. But now the Nexus 5 is back in the Play Store in both 16GB and 32GB.

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Android Platform Distribution Numbers Updated, Lollipop Finally Shows Up At 1.6%

Last month's platform distribution numbers were a bit of a surprise in that Lollipop hadn't even broken the 0.1% threshold required for inclusion in the data. That changes this month, but adoption is still slow. Android 5.0 is showing up at 1.6% usage share, with very little movement elsewhere.

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Humble Bundle Teams Up With Cartoon Network To Offer New Mobile Bundle Including Ski Safari: Adventure Time, Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake, And More

Are you ready to buy some new games at a very reasonable price? Are you ready to support charity while you do it? Do you like cartoons? If you answered yes to any of the above, have we got something for you—the new Humble Mobile Bundle features a ton of games from Cartoon Network and it's a good selection.

2015-02-02 13_21_43-Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)

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[Inconceivable!] The Verizon Galaxy S5 Is Getting Lollipop Starting Today

Verizon has been known as an enemy of timely software updates for many years—centuries maybe, I haven't been keeping track. That makes today quite unusual. The Samsung Galaxy S5 on Verizon is getting an update... to Android 5.0 Lollipop. It's the first US variant to see the update. Weird!

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NBA Releases Standalone All-Star App, Aims To Help Attendees Make The Best Of The Experience

As any basketball fan knows, NBA All-Star Weekend is coming up later this month. We're going to watch The Splash Brothers - Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry - duke it out as opponents in the three-point competition (along with Kyle Korver), see who has the best skills at the rim in the Sprite Slam Dunk Competition, and of course watch the best players the NBA has to offer* go head-to-head in an East vs.

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Official LIFX Bulb App Updated To Version 2.0 With Support For Android Wear And IFTTT, A Refreshed UI, And More

LIFX is another one of those "smart bulbs," an LED light bulb with some basic electronics and a Wi-Fi connection built in, competing with platforms like HUE from Phillips. Today the manufacturer's official app gets a significant update to version 2.0, focusing on more connectivity options and integration with other software systems. Owners of the pricey bulbs can download the updated app now and connect individual bulbs to their LIFX account.

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Microsoft's New Picturesque App Turns Your Lockscreen Into A Bing Homepage

Dedicated Google users may not be aware that the Bing homepage consists predominantly of a giant background image, sometimes animated, that changes by the day. In perhaps a fit of creativity, Microsoft has decided to release a lockscreen replacement app by the name of Picturesque that takes this background and makes it your phone's lock screen.

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Paranoid Android Releases First Alpha Of Lollipop Custom ROM For Select Devices

The nice thing about owning a Nexus device is that it's the first thing to get all the fancy new custom ROMs. Various indie developers have been tweaking AOSP for Nexus phones and tablets (and other devices) since Lollipop launched, and CyanogenMod started publishing nightlies just a few weeks ago. Now there's another option among the high-profile Android ROM teams: Paranoid Android. Alpha builds of the Lollipop version were just published to the download site.

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[Update: Official] Samsung Sends Invitations To Its Mobile World Congress Unpacked Event On March 1st

As winter slowly loosens its grip on the northern hemisphere, gadget nerds everywhere poke their noses above ground, looking to see if we'll soon have new hardware to drool over or six more weeks of relatively stale news. Easily the most anticipated springtime hardware announcement of the last few years has been Samsung's annual flagship refresh, and it looks like that will be coming on March 1st.

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[Weekend Poll] Android Police 2.0: Hot Or Not?

You know what to do. Also, be sure to get to know Android Police 2.0, regardless of hot or not-ness, with this fascinating and detailed post by our own Liam Spradlin.

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And to the points of those of you in the "not" camp, don't worry: we're evaluating a lot of things about the new design, and your feedback (well, civil feedback) is appreciated, so keep it coming!

Android Police 2.0: hot or not?

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