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Sundar Pichai Essentially Confirms 'Nova,' Google's First Foray Into Cellular Service

Sundar Pichai Essentially Confirms 'Nova,' Google's First Foray Into Cellular Service

Several weeks ago, rumors started floating around about a purported Google MVNO codenamed Nova. It looks like that's a little more than a rumor now, as Android lead Sundar Pichai essentially spilled the beans at a talk today at Mobile World Congress. Now, before you get too excited, it looks like this is going to be on a much smaller scale than we originally thought, and is in fact not intended to go head-to-head with the Big Four.

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Samsung Announces New Gear VR With Small Refinements To Pair With New Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge

Samsung Announces New Gear VR With Small Refinements To Pair With New Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge

Nestled in the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge presentation was the announcement of a new Samsung Gear VR. They are not christening it with a new name or too much fanfare, but they did want to add refinements and make it compatible with their new flagship(s). Here are a few snaps:

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Other than fitting the S6, the device is reportedly 15% lighter with a slightly expanded field of vision. A nice tweak is the ability to charge the device while it is in use, which should allow for longer sessions.

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Huawei Officially Announces Huawei Watch and TalkBand B2, N1 At Mobile World Congress

Huawei Officially Announces Huawei Watch and TalkBand B2, N1 At Mobile World Congress

If you measure the success of a product release by the element of surprise, Huawei might not score too well. We found official product videos for the new Huawei Watch yesterday, ahead of today's announcement. Huawei's TalkBand devices showed up in ads days ago and in their own wearables app yesterday. If you measure its success by how much attention and anticipation it generates, you might say that Huawei's new wearables have had a smashingly successful release, especially considering their absence from many Western markets until now.

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