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As long as you haven't purchased your second-generation Motorola Moto E in the US or China, you should gear up for Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates.
Updated December 9: The Nexus 6 has been dropped from the Google Store.
Step back from the food court, I repeat, step back from the food court. Move away from the deals. Seriously, though, you might be on a sales safari come this weekend or a cyber chase on Monday. If you’re the type of person to give away phones and smartwatches for the holidays, though, it helps to actually consider what you’re getting and how it fits the person you’re getting it for.
Like a sommelier does with wine, we’re given you our suggestions on what phones to look for when [...]
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