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Motorola finally gets things going by announcing a Sept. 4 event. Plus Samsung rolls out the Galaxy Alpha, OnePlus does another something silly, and we answer more of your questions live on air.
Thing 1: Finally, Motorola
- Motorola holding September 4 event, Moto 360 + new phones inbound
- 'OK Google headset:' Imagining a different kind of Motorola wearable
Thing 2: Samsung Galaxy Alpha
- Samsung unveils metal-framed Galaxy Alpha, available September
- Samsung Galaxy Alpha specs
- Samsung Galaxy Alpha versus Galaxy S5: What's the difference?
- Samsung Galaxy Alpha availability and pricing
- HTC One E8 headed for Sprint
- HTC Zoe app released as beta — we've got a first look!
- HTC One M8 Phunk Studio Edition unveiled
- KitKat is now running on over 20 percent of active Android devices
- Samsung Gear VR detailed in leaked image ahead of rumored IFA unveiling
- OnePlus apparently thinks ladies are dying to get naked for a phone
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