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Motorola Shares Android 6.0 Open Source Kernel Files For The DROID Turbo 2

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Nextbit Delays The Ship Date Of CDMA Robin Until April

What would you say if I told you a smartphone Kickstarter is experiencing a delay? Would you be shocked? I bet not. It's really just par for the course. Nextbit has announced that the CDMA version of its Robin smartphone won't ship next month after all. Instead, they're expecting it to be ready in April.

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OnePlus One Gets Community-Sourced, Manual Flash-Required OxygenOS 2.1.4 Update

OnePlus One owners, OnePlus would like you to know that you haven't been left out in the cold. An update is out for your device that bumps it to OxygenOS 2.1.4. This update is near identical to the version on the OnePlus Two, except it's missing MaxxAudio and relevant apps, the manual camera mode, RAW file format capability, fingerprint support (obviously), and the screen temperature slider. Also, it's not going out as an over-the-air update.

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[Deal Alert] 16GB Nexus 5X On Sale For $312 ($37 Off) Via eBay

The Nexus 5X has come down in price a fair amount since it was released just a few months ago. The 16GB started at $379, but has since dropped to a regular price of $349. You can pick one up even cheaper today on eBay for $312 with free shipping.

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[Deal Alert] Daily Steals Again Selling The Refurbished 32GB Nexus 5, This Time For $159.99

I don't need to give you much background for this one. The Nexus 5 has been around since the fall of 2013. Folks who bought this device early have experienced KitKat, Lollipop, and now Marshmallow. This is the end of the line in terms of over-the-air updates, but with such solid internals, those who install a custom ROM will likely get quite a few more major Android releases out of this one.

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ASUS Chromebit CS10 Review: Testing The Chrome OS Waters Has Never Been Easier (Or More Affordable)

Let me get this out of the way right out of the gate: I love Chrome OS. I wanted to love it back when I reviewed the original Chromebook Pixel some years ago, but it just wasn’t where it needed to be for me. Fastforward a bunch of months, and Google made a ton of useful and thoughtful changes that made Chrome OS a legit desktop contender (for me at least). So, like I said in my recent What We Use post, I made the leap to Chrome OS as my main laptop about 18 months ago (or so) and haven’t looked back.

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HTC Pushing January Security Update To The Unlocked HTC One A9 And Marshmallow To The Sprint M8

HTC is finishing the week with a few device updates, including one that keeps the company's A9 handset astonishingly up-to-date. According to HTC's Mo Versi, the unlocked A9 is getting an OTA that includes the January security updates. Then there's the One M8 on Sprint, which is surprisingly getting bumped to Marshmallow.

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Android 6.0 Soak Test Is Starting For the 2nd Gen Moto G In Brazil And India

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[Deal Alert] Buy One Droid Turbo 2 And Get Another Turbo 2 Or Maxx 2 For 50% Off

With Valentine's Day fast approaching, love is in the air. Or is that a mix of rampant consumerism and hormones? Oh well, same thing pretty much. You can celebrate the special day with a pair of phones from Motorola/Verizon and get half off of one of them. If that's not romance, I don't know what is.

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New Samsung Pay Ad Features Comedian Hannibal Buress And Makes Light Of Apple Pay

Samsung and Apple take swipes at each other. The two companies are sort of like mobile carriers in that regard. It surprises precisely no one to see them bickering this many years after taking one another to court (something they're still doing, by the way).

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