With LX100, Panasonic squeezes the power of Four Thirds into the shell of a compact

Panasonic made a splash with its new products at Photokina in Germany, including the Lumix LX100 compact camera. See our first impressions with the 4K-capable camera.

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Cadillac planning high-end halo car for 2015 production in Detroit

GM has announced that Cadillac will build a new, rear-wheel drive luxury sedan next year. The upcoming brand flagship, which may be called the LTS, is expected to make its debut in the first half of 2015.

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BlackBerry Passport smartphone is coming this week, CEO says it’ll cost $600

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has said the Passport smartphone will go on sale this week, and cost $600 without a contract, seeing it slightly undercut high-end phones from Apple and Samsung.

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Same as the old boss: Fisker Karma may return soon with minor changes

New owner Wanxiang plans to restart Fisker Karma production early next year. Only minor changes are expected for the extended-range electric sedan, which last rolled off assembly lines in 2012.

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 launches in Thailand

Samsung loves to make big phablets and its Galaxy Mega lineup is no exception. Reports indicate that Samsung will soon release the Galaxy Mega 2, the successor to the 5.8-inch Mega.

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Destiny’s best spot for grabbing loot is also a lot of fun

It turns out that the absolute best location to farm up some sweet gear in Destiny is in the game’s lowest-level combat zone, Old Russia on Earth.

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Apple sells record 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus units over first weekend

Apple sold 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units during the opening weekend. The two new iPhones broke the previous record of 9 million iPhones sold last year when the iPhone 5S and 5C launched.

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Metal Galaxy Alpha will come to AT&T on September 26, and cost $200 (Updated)

The Galaxy Alpha is Samsung’s first metal-bodied Galaxy phone, and while the company says it represents a new direction in design, the specs don’t quite match up to other range-topping devices. AT&T will stock the phone from September 26.

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The Maze Runner sequel gets a release date and some cool concept art

20th Century Fox announced that The Maze Runner sequel The Scorch Trials will hit theaters September 18, 2015, and released some concept art for the film.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha launches exclusively on AT&T September 26th

Ready for yet another AT&T exclusive? This time, the company teamed up with the biggest manufacturer in the Android phone space — Samsung — to offer the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. It’ll go on sale starting September 26th, and can be had for several different pricing levels:

  • $25.55 per month on AT&T Next18.
  • $30.65 per month on AT&T Next12.
  • $199.99 with a two-year agreement.
  • No annual commitment for $612.99.

No other US carrier will be seeing the device (not right away, anyway) so unless you’re willing to do your bidding with Ma Bell you can feel free to pass on this one. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha was the first handset from the company to revamp the Galaxy design language and introduce a fair bit of metal into the mix.

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The Samsung Galaxy Alpha features a pocketable 4.7-inch form factor (HD resolution) and has a 2.5GHz quad-core processor. It also features 2GB of RAM, a 12 megapixel camera, 32GB of internal storage and more. Of course, you can expect Android 4.4 with a helping of TouchWiz on top (which emphasizes health and battery saving improvements above all else). Let us know if you’ll be looking to grab one of these once it lands later this week.

[via AT&T]

Android L spotted being used on Nexus 4 by Googlers

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Well, isn’t this interesting. It appears the Nexus 4 won’t be left behind when Android L makes its way to handsets later this year. A recent bug report entry in Google’s issue tracker mentions a Nexus 4 running a build of Android L. The entry doesn’t tell us much about anything — just that Google definitely is testing the update out on 2012′s flagship Nexus handset.

We weren’t worried that the Nexus 4 wouldn’t get the upgrade. It’s still a fairly recent smartphone with hardware powerful enough to champion any Android release down the line. With Google emphasizing better performance on entry level hardware we imagine the Nexus 4′s shelf life will be much higher than that of the Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S (especially considering some of the low cost Android One phones launching next month are already poised to receive the upgrades).

The only question yet to be answered is when Google is actually planning to release Android L. Many have their fingers crossed in hopes of an October debut, though we wouldn’t be surprised if it takes them a bit longer. In any case, there are only about three months left to go before the “later this year” deadline expires, so it shan’t be long.

Let the terrible iPhone 6 clones (with Android) begin [VIDEO]

The iPhone 6′s launch this past weekend proved people are still excited about Apple, so you can imagine the countless shameless manufacturers out there looking to cash in on its success. It didn’t take long, but the first iPhone 6 clone has arrived.

The device you see in the video above is the “Sophone i6,” which totally sounds legit. The device is built to look just like an iPhone 6, though obviously not with the same build quality that you’d get from the real deal out of Cupertino. It also won’t be loaded with nearly as good specs:

  • 4.7-inch 960 x 540 display
  • 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with a totally original skin on top
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • 13 megapixel rear Sony camera, 4.9 megapixel front camera
  • USB 2.0, aGPS, Bluetooth 4.0
  • 1810mAh battery
  • 139.5 x 67.0 x 7.5 mm, 112g

Jokes aside, though, this may not be a bad smartphone for its price — $140 as of the time of this writing. It could get the job done for someone who doesn’t have hundreds to spend on a legit iPhone or a high quality Android, though we’d just as soon suggest they go with something like the Moto G. You can watch a pretty full hands-on video from the retailer above.

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[via Redmond Pie]

Report: HTC and Google still going strong on Nexus 9 efforts

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HTC’s name has been in the wind as one of the manufacturers responsible for making the next Nexus Tablet, though with little to go on since the initial rumor it’s understandable if there’s still doubt of that happening. It looks like those plans could still be on as a report from the Wall Street Journal suggests Google and HTC have been hard at work on the next Nexus tablet (known as the Nexus 9) for the past few months.

The report suggests HTC engineers have been flying out to Google’s headquarters on a frequent basis to ease the collaboration process (which certainly isn’t that hard to believe considering how important of a device this is).

HTC hasn’t had success in the tablet space. It all began with the untimely launch of the HTC Flyer, and continued through an uninspiring HTC Jetstream. It felt like just yesterday that HTC threw in the towel and decided to focus on smartphones alone, but being tapped as the manufacturer of the next Nexus tablet seems to be a good reason to jump back into the fold.

The report touched on Google’s decision to go with HTC over more seasoned veterans such as Samsung and ASUS. According to it, Google doesn’t want any one or two manufacturers having a “monopoly,” of sorts, over the Nexus-making duties. It’s a move that’s consistent with how the line has operated so far, with manufacturers usually getting the honor of working on two different devices.

We’re hoping this launch will inspire HTC to step back into the tablet game and challenge LG, Samsung and ASUS to a game they’ve all gotten quite good at. For now, though, we’re just hoping to get our first glimpse of the thing ahead of its glorious debut.

Flipping through The Manual: Packs to go fast, food-truck pods, tie clips 101

Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink, travel, grooming and culture.

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Audi chief confirms third TT bodystyle … but will it be a crossover?

Audi has confirmed plans to expand the TT family with a new body style. Rumors indicate the third member of the TT lineup will be a four-door crossover inspired by the TT offroad concept.

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