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Happy New Year, Android fans! The last week of 2015 brought us hot rumors on the Galaxy S7 and the LG G5, a close look at the Xiaomi Mi 5, proof that Google Glass is living on, Google’s move from Oracle’s Java APIs, and a slew of Android Marshmallow update news.

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2015 has been a banner year for Android Authority, thanks to you, our beloved audience. Across the website, the forums, YouTube and our social media, our viewership and engagement rate have grown in 2015, giving us the opportunity to share our passion for all things Android with more people than ever. We thank you for that and hope that we can reward your trust in 2016 and beyond!

The new year starts with a bang, straight out of Las Vegas. We have our biggest team yet in Vegas for CES 2016, ready to bring you our most ambitious coverage ever. For the first time, we will have our very own booth at CES, so we will be able to bring you a ton of live coverage, interviews, hands-ons, and general Android geekery. It will be the best CES edition ever – join us from tomorrow for all the coverage. And while you wait, don’t miss our CES 2016 preview!

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We’re still polishing it and improving it, but our brand new Android app is live in the Play Store. Let us know what you think!

Our Readers’ Choice Best Android Phone of 2015, the Nexus 6P, is the prize in our weekly giveaway! Good luck, guys!

The stuff you shouldn’t miss

Top news of the week

LG G5 details

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Xiaomi video and renders

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New Google Glass

Google Glass Enterprise Edition AA 5


New Galaxy S7 reports

Exclusive: Galaxy S7 leak Shai Mizrachi


Android N and Java

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Marshmallow updates

android 6.0 marshmallow


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Bogdan Petrovan
Bogdan is the European Managing Editor of Android Authority. He loves tech, travel, and fantasy. He wishes he had more time for two of those things. Bogdan's phone is a Nexus 6P.
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