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Facebook forced to face class action lawsuit over children’s online purchases

A U.S. District Court judge allowed a lawsuit that asks Facebook to change how it handles online transactions by minors to move forward. The lawsuits wants Facebook to issue refunds for parents whose children spent their money without permission.

Mobile

Updated 4G Motorola Moto E made official

Motorola has launched an updated version of the budget Moto E smartphone. It comes with 4G LTE connectivity, a Snapdragon processor, a larger screen, and even a basic selfie cam. It's yours for just $150.

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RIP Nexus 5: Google retires everyone’s favorite Nexus from the Play Store

Google stated last year that it had ceased production of the Nexus 5, but while it went in and out of stock, it remained available. Now, with the launch of Google's new store, the Nexus 5 is nowhere to be found.

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This is the first Vaio Phone, but Sony’s not involved at all

The Vaio name is back, and this time it's attached to a smartphone and not a laptop. Sony sold the brand name off last year, and we're just beginning to see new hardware from its new owners.

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How Google subverted the world’s largest mobile trade show with 124 tiny Android Pins

One thing took Mobile World Congress by storm this year, and it wasn't a phone, tablet or smartwatch. It was Android pin mania, and a crazy-but-amazing collectors culture sprung up around them almost instantly.

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Find your fitness with our favorite health and fitness apps for Android

Need a little extra help getting into shape? Your Android is pocket-sized workout companion that'll help you track your fitness and improve your health.

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Verizon will begin carrying the Nexus 6 on March 12th: Here’s everything we know

The Nexus 6 is now available to buy directly from Google, plus with AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. We've got all the details on the device, plus news on how much the big new phone will cost.

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Buy Chromecasts, Chromebooks, and more at Google’s first physical outlet in London

Google's finally opening a storefront in London. It plans to sell Chromebooks, Chromecasts, Android devices, and more in the store. It will also hold educational events for would-be Google product owners.

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Want a chance at a $25,000 Amazon shopping spree? Just download an app

Amazon is giving one lucky person a $25,000 shopping spree on the online marketplace giant. There are some steps you'll need to take, but for a chance to spend $25,000 on Amazon, why not try your luck?

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You can now customize your Moto 360 however you want with Moto Maker

As promised by Motorola, you can now customize your Moto 360 before you buy it with a number of watch bands and finishes.

Wearables

Android Wear has lots of new features in the pipeline, but some may lock out older watches

A source suggests upcoming Android Wear updates will add usability improvements and Wi-Fi connectivity. It seems that not every Android Wear smartwatch currently on the market will be able to take advantage of these updates, though.

Wearables

3 great ways to take screenshots with the OnePlus One, and immortalize your Snapchats

There are plenty of reason to capture an image of your phone's display, whether it be to immortalize an outrageous Snapchat or save a hilarious text for later viewing. Check our comprehensive guide on how to take a screenshot on a OnePlus One.

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Don’t forget Android Wear! Google launches ad as Tim Cook kicks off Apple Watch event

Keen to remind consumers that there are alternatives to the Apple Watch, Google on Monday rolled out a short TV ad focusing on Android Wear, the OS used to power smartwatches such as the Moto 360 and LG G Watch R.

Wearables

Kyocera is Microsoft’s next target in patent war against Android

Microsoft announced patent litigation against Android smartphone maker Kyocera this week, alleging patent infringement. The company seeks damages from the company over several key smartphone features.

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