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Here are 5 brilliant apps you need to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…

T-Mobile does a 180 and restarts Sony Xperia Z3 sales with lower price tag

After mysteriously taking down the Sony Xperia Z3 from its online store, it looks like T-Mobile once again made the smartphone available for purchase. Along with the news, the smartphone also received a price cut.

Lenovo’s K80 smartphone throws 4GB of RAM and a 1080p screen at you for under $300

Lenovo announced the K80, an Android-powered smartphone that packs 4GB of RAM. Also including a 1080p display and an Intel Atom processor, the K80 seems to be Lenovo's response to the Asus Zenfone 2.

James Bond turned down Sony’s $5M offer to use an Xperia Z4 because he only uses ‘the best’

Leaked emails reveal that the producers behind the next James Bond film, Spectre, refused a $5 million offer from Sony to have Bond actor Daniel Craig use the Xperia Z4. The actor said that Bond only uses "the best."

We know who put an Android peeing on an Apple in Google Maps

Some enterprising soul decided to put an Android on Google Maps in Pakistan, peeing on an Apple logo. It's unknown who added the defiant Android, but it's yet to be removed from the map.

Are you paranoid, patient, and rich? This super-secure smartphone is for you

The Turing Phone is a new, highly secure smartphone from a company known as Turing Robotic Industries. It's supposed to be virtually impossible to hack, and be made from a super strong material called Liquidmorphium. It's coming in August.

This phone has quite a neat trick: It can boot into Android 5.0 Lollipop and Windows 10

Elephone announced its new smartphone, which will have two versions: One that runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, and another that runs both Android 5.0 Lollipop and Windows 10 through dual-boot functionality.

Drowning in a deluge of tweets? Twitter’s new Highlights feature cuts down on clutter

Twitter's rolling out a new feature to its Android client called Highlights. It aims to make your timeline more manageable through curation of tweets based on contextual information.

OnePlus turns one and gives away free phones and cheap accessories to celebrate

In celebration of its first birthday, OnePlus announced that several of its accessories, including t-shirts, will be discounted. In addition, it has a few OnePlus One bundle giveaways for those interested in free hardware.

We’ll be the last PC company standing, Acer CEO boldly claims

Acer CEO Jason Chen was bold in his address in New York, unveiling a range of new mobile and PC products, along with a defiant message of survival.

Want Google to be your cell carrier? Everything you need to know about Project Fi

Google's cellular service is mysterious no longer. Thanks to a massive leak, details concerning its pricing, operation, and launch have been revealed. The plan and pricing structure looks unconventional.

Flaw in Samsung Galaxy S5 could give hackers access to your fingerprints

Researchers from the security firm FireEye have discovered that the Galaxy S5 and “other unnamed Android devices” make it possible for your biometric data to be hijacked due to a flaw in the fingerprint scanner.