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The Nextbit Robin Will Launch In India On May 30 For Rs. 19,999 (About $300)

The Nextbit Robin is an interesting phone. It might not be the best device you can get, but it sure does have a unique style and cloud-based feature set. Now, the Robin is expanding to India, and the price is a bit lower than in other markets at Rs. 19,999, which is the equivalent of around $300. It's $100 more in the US.

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OnePlus 3 TENAA Certification Gives Away Most Specs And Device Photos

The OnePlus 3 is almost upon us. The company is hyping up the virtual launch aboard a space station and the leaks have been abundant recently, so even though we don't have a precise launch date yet, we do know it's coming soon-ish.

But today we get our first official look at the phone, courtesy of TENAA. The US has the FCC, China has TENAA, and the latter keeps its records public so whenever a phone is certified, it shows up on the site in all its glory. The TENAA's certification for the OnePlus 3 confirms the previous image of the phone we've seen (read: the HTC 10-like design) with its big front button that is rumored to hide a fingerprint scanner, its protruding camera on the back, and its horizontal lines on the top and bottom of the backplate.

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New Images Of Upcoming Motorola Droid Phone And MotoMod Accessories Leak

The new (and thoroughly leaked) Motorola devices are expected to be announced at Lenovo Tech World in just a few days, but there's still time for leaking. Evan "@evleaks" Blass has posted images of the Verizon-bound Droid variants of the new Moto flagship, as well as the modular back plates previously rumored as Amps and now known as "MotoMods."

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Huawei Sues Samsung For Patent Infringement

Here's some news that seems to come right out of bizarro world: Huawei is suing Samsung for infringing its intellectual property. Chinese OEMs are known for playing fast and lose with patents and trademarks, but Huawei alleges that Samsung is ripping off its patents on LTE technology. Samsung has yet to respond, but its lawyers are surely preparing to return fire.

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Verizon Updates Its Carrier Models Of The Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge with A Few Tweaks And Bug Fixes

It's been just over a month since the Verizon versions of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge received their Android 6.0 updates, which were welcome if somewhat belated. Today the phones get another bump, but there's no version number jump this time. Nope, it's just a few bug fixes and app tweaks. Try to contain your excitement.

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OnePlus Lowers Prices Of The OnePlus One, OnePlus 2, And OnePlus X

The OnePlus 3 is coming. So do you start saving up money to buy the latest device? You could... or you can do your budget a favor and grab one of the company's existing devices. OnePlus has just dropped the prices for all three of its phones.

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OnePlus Releases OxygenOS 3.0.1 Beta For OnePlus 2, But Still No Final Marshmallow Build

Most flagship phones from last year have gotten their Marshmallow updates by this point, but not the OnePlus 2. Technically, it's not a flagship—it's a flagship killer. OnePlus took time out from killing flagships in March to release a community build (beta) of Marshmallow for the OP2, and now there's an update to that in the form of OxygenOS 3.0.1. Guess what, it's still just a community build.

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Android N Dev Preview 3: Demo Mode Is Back, Now In Developer Settings

If you think back to when Marshmallow was unveiled, and then even further back to when it was still known as 'M', you may remember a feature in the System UI Tuner, known as 'Demo Mode.' It was a useful setting, especially for developers or others needing to take screenshots (ahem), since it replaced the notification bar with a generic, preset one which did not show any existing notifications or low battery warnings.

It disappeared in Developer Preview 2, though, seemingly gone without a trace. As with everything in the System UI Tuner, things are liable to disappear, break, or be removed at any time, so this wasn't entirely a surprise (see David's comment from a few days ago for more info).

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Google Photos Web Now Lets You Adjust The Date And Time Of Multiple Photos

Google Photos is constantly improving and quickly becoming one of my favorite Google services. From shared albums to automatic labeling of people and things, to an exhaustive search function, it's so easy to just upload thousands of photos and let Google take care of managing and organizing them for me. The big annoyance that I kept facing was that plenty of my old photos were tagged with the wrong date and time because they were taken with a standalone camera on which I'd never bothered to adjust the time settings. This resulted in hundreds of photos showing up in the years 1969 (this is not a pun, I swear) and 1980 for some random reason, even though I wasn't even born then.

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The Nexus Player Has Been Removed From The Google Store

The Nexus Player was Google's first take on Android TV, and it wasn't very good. It's gone from the Google Store now, so good riddance? Well, there isn't exactly a replacement yet.

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