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Ramos announces Onemos MOS1 smartphone

Chinese startup Ramos Digital Technology has just launched a new smartphone in Beijing. A special tech event was held less than two weeks ago, featuring its first ever smartphone: the Onemos MOS1. Yep, you read it right--Onemos MOS1. The company promised that the unit would be available in August both online and in retail stores. We're hoping to see what Ramos has been boasting about lately including its five-edged crystal metal frame-- a result of some complex process.

Moto X Style, Moto X Play: twin successors of a flagship

Motorola definitely did something unexpected today. We were expecting the Moto G, and it gave us a Moto X. But not just one Moto X. Motorola has in fact outed two Moto X smartphones, the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play. The Moto X Style is simply the high end Moto X we've come to expect. The Moto X Play, on the other hand, is a strange beast that sits in between the Moto X Style and the Moto G. So does the new smartphone strategy play out?

Bring your car to the mobile age with these top accessories [DEALS]

For some, their cars are more than just metallic transport systems. They are an extension of their lives. Coincidentally, that's also how some people describe their smartphones. So why not bridge the two worlds together? While the days of smartphone driven cars are still far away (or are they?) you can start the assimilation now using some accessories that will turn your car into a literally mobile home for your smartphone. And, like anything here on Android Community Deals, these are all offered with a sweet price discount.

Razer officially announces OUYA acquisition, but what about the hardware?

We’ve heard rumors, and then confirmations, but now we get it straight from the horse’s mouth – gaming outfit Razer has acquired parts and elements of the business of OUYA, that little micro-console that broke Kickstarter when it launched. As you can see from the announcement, it is not a full acquisition – Razer will not be acquiring OUYA’s hardware, specifically the console and the controller that made OUYA famous in the first place.

Android devices vulnerable to “Stagefright” infection through MMS

Do you remember when the Heartbleed virus scared the heck out of computer owners last year? And then iPhone owners were also vulnerable to hacking through text message earlier this year? Well, it is the turn of Android users to be paranoid as a cybersecurity company goes public with a detected flaw in the heart of the platform’s system called Stagefright. Around 95% of Android smartphones is vulnerable to hacking through a picture message that can be sent through MMS.

Power mobile devices in Samsung’s 1st wireless charging monitor

We’ve all been there, having a jungle of wires and chargers on our desk since we have a myriad of mobile devices charging, sometimes more than two at the same time. And while wireless charging is still a fairly new thing in the consumer market, we can predict that as more devices and OEMs start adapting it, it will become common sooner or later. Samsung has now announced the first ever wireless mobile charging monitor to help you manage your desk’s criss-crossed wires.

Spotify introduces Discover Weekly personalized “mixtape” for users

They may still be one of the most popular music streaming services out there, but the emergence of competitors that are bent on enticing users to their own product means that Spotify will have to step up their game even more. Apple Music’s human-curated playlists has been making headway with music lovers, but it isn’t as personal as some would like it to be. Therefore, Spotify’s new Discover Weekly feature may be the thing that some are looking for.

Microsoft’s Hyperlapse now out of beta for Android devices

Hyperlapse is now out on Android devices! But before you get all excited, we need to tell you that we’re not talking about Instagram’s Hyperlapse, but the rather confusing app of the same name from Microsoft. But despite that, they do have the same function. And now that Microsoft’s version is now out of beta, you will be able to enjoy the features without signing up with any group or downloading anything other than the app itself.
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