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Google to roll out Android One in Africa

Google has announced that Android One is expanding to Africa. The program, aimed at making "high-quality smartphones accessible to as many people as possible," will roll-out in Nigeria next, with the launch of the Infinix Hot 2 smartphone. Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Egypt and Morocco will follow.

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— Mobile Technology

Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs. 2014 Moto X

Since its introduction in 2013, the Moto X line has provided a great balance between specs and price point, while offering a stock Android experience. The company has changed things up a little with the third iteration, with the new handset – known as the Moto X Style or Pure Edition depending on your region – taking a step into phablet territory. Read on as Gizmag compares Motorola's 2014 and 2015 flagship handsets.

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— Computers Review

Review: Taking a dip in Touchjet's Pond

About this time last year, a pint-sized mashup of projector and Android computer hit crowdfunding portal Indiegogo. The TouchPico allowed users to activate icons thrown on the wall or whiteboard using a stylus-like pointing device, effectively turning any flat surface into a giant touchscreen display. We got a chance to see the pre-release prototype in action at IFA 2014, engaging the company's Slava Solonitsyn in a quick fruity game on a nearby wall. The newly-named Touchjet Pond started shipping last month, and one of the first units off the production line made its way to Gizmag for review.

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