Giveaway: Win a Nexus 6P case from VRS Design!

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Who’s in the mood for a giveaway? Through the rest of this month, we’re co-hosting a giveaway with our friends at VRS Design. The prizes this time around are cases for the Nexus 6P, which is Google’s flagship that represents everything Android is meant to be. We’re giving three lucky winners their own High Pro Shield case from VRS Design that adds both style and protection to your phone. It’s a case that won’t add bulk to your phone despite the multi-layered design with Air Cushion technology.

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ASUS again teases that ‘Zenvolution’ for Computex 2016

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In December 2015, word got out that ASUS began production on its next flagship(s). Jump to last week and we’re hearing about a June release for the ZenFone 3 and its variants. It seems very likely that the phone will be made available next month as the company scheduled a Computex 2016 event for the end of May. So now we’re getting videos teasing the upcoming ‘Zenvolution’ from ASUS.

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[Video] First look at Android Wear’s MODE bands

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Wearing the same watch day in, day out can be a little boring, but if you only have the one watch, what can you do? Luckily, if you have an Android Wear smartwatch you can now change straps, and thus the appearance of the watch, with the recently announced swap-and-switch MODE bands. Justin has got his hands on a couple of MODE bands, which you can see getting unboxed in the video below. Read more

Lenovo’s first Moto flagship will swap letters, going from ‘X’ to ‘Z’

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When it was overhauled by Google in 2013, Motorola became a brand of simplicity. The company’s lineup was brought down to just three phones that had a clear place in the world, which is still true today under Lenovo’s ownership. Lenovo actually hasn’t done all that much to Motorola, but the company does want to reorganize a few things starting with the next Moto flagship.

Evan Blass, writing for VentureBeat, revealed on Tuesday that Lenovo is going to give a new name to Moto flagships. That means you’re never going to see a Moto X (2016), but you will witness the launch the Moto Z this year in two devices just like the Motorola did with the Moto X Pure Edition and Moto X Play.

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