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Samsung has announced a new type of camera technology called Britecell. Coming to mobile devices next year, the smaller modules may mean a reduction in the hump that has surrounded Samsung's camera lenses on previous phones.
At least 74 percent of Android devices can be remotely reset by Google if law enforcement requests it. Newer Android phones running 5.0 and up may have encryption set by default, which protects your device from resets.
Fossil has put the Q Founder, its first Android Wear smartwatch, on sale. The watch costs $295 in the U.S., and has a traditional style to it, along with comprehensive fitness tracking and other fun features.
Samsung's deals for Black Friday went live, a few days ahead of the big day. The company is offering hundreds of deals on wearables, TVs, tablets, and more. You can find most of its smartphone deals through the various carriers.
For every Android Pay purchase you make until December 31, Google will donate $1 — up to $1 million — to DonorsChoose.org. On Black Friday, Google will double its donation. The proceeds go to students and teachers.
The Samsung Galaxy A series isn't as well known as the Galaxy S, Note, and Edge models, but they are some of the nicest phones you will ever hold in your hand. The Galaxy A9 could be Samsung's next chapter in the A series.
Xiaomi has announced the MiPad 2, the successor to the MiPad tablet, and Apple iPad Mini 4 challenger. The new slate abandons the Tegra power from the original, and goes with a new Intel processor instead. Here's everything you need to…
Xiaomi has revealed the Redmi Note 3, the follow-up to the Redmi Note 2, a phone that was only announced back in the summer. There are several cool changes, and we've got everything you need to know about it here.