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AT&T quietly begins selling LG Escape 2, and its curved display, for $179.99

AT&T has quietly begun selling the LG Escape 2. The previously unannounced mid-range smartphone has a 4.7-inch curved display and has a no-contract price of $ 179.99.

LG has finally released a follow-up to its mid-range LG Escape smartphone that launched in 2012. The LG Escape 2 went on sale a few days ago on AT&T’s website for $ 179.99 without a contract.

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Pebble talks day one features of the Pebble Time as it begins mass production

As the Pebble Time gears up for mass production, Pebble has provided an update on what features the device will ship with, as well as those that are planned for a later update.

In its update, Pebble provides some videos of the Pebble Time in action and notes that users will enjoy a new timeline interface, expanded app storage, a new sports app, and more when the device launches later this month.

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LG Watch Urbane begins shipping to customers

If you happened to order a snazzy new LG Watch Urbane, you’ll be happy to know that the wearable has started shipping to customers.

The LG Watch Urbane officially went on sale in the U.S. earlier this week from the Google Store, Verizon, and AT&T and it looks like early orders are beginning to make their way to customers.

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Sprint begins rollout of the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to LG G2

Sprint has started its over-the-air rollout of the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to owners of its version of the LG G2.

Today’s rollout makes Sprint the last of the four major US carriers to offer the Lollipop update to the LG G2.

T-Mobile begins pushing out Lollipop update for LG G2

LG G2 owners will be pleased to know that T-Mobile has finally started pushing out the Lollipop update.

Nearly one month after entering carrier testing, T-Mobile has started the roll-out of the Lollipop update for the LG G2. The update is now pushing to devices, bringing them up to Android 5.0.2, with software version D80130b. Included in the update is Google’s new Material Design, along with new notification handling, Smart Lock, and much more.

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Cricket Wireless begins selling the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime for $179.99

Cricket Wireless is the first carrier in the US to sell the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, with a non-contract price tag of $ 179.99.

The smartphone first launched in India in September 2014, with its 5MP front-facing “selfie” camera as its biggest sellling point.

Android 5.0 Lollipop begins rolling out to Sprint’s Galaxy S5 Sport

Sprint today has started rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Galaxy S5 Sport, its version of the Galaxy S5 Active.

T-Mobile begins shipping Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge

T-Mobile has sent emails to people who have pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, alerting them that shipments have started for the smartphones.

Android Central has received a tip about these shipments from one of our readers and we have independently confirmed T-Mobile has started shipping the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.

Google begins testing new ad-targeting service for Fiber TV in Kansas City

Google has announced today that it is beginning to test local ads with mobile-like ad-targeting for its Fiber TV service in Kansas City.

Android Lollipop soak test for Moto X (2013) begins

Original Moto X (2013) owners have been waiting for the sought after Android Lollipop update ever since Motorola announced it would be included in the list of devices receiving the updates. Furthermore, seeing the new Moto X (2014) get the update less than two weeks after Lollipop was given to companies accelerated consumers desires for the update. Patience is paying off, as this past weekend Motorola started to invite people to take part in the soak test  [Read More…]