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Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories September 13th

September 13, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

Over the past week, details about Google’s new mobile payment system broke as Google officially launched Android Pay, with a flurry of retailers stating their support for the service either immediately or in the coming days following Google’s announcement. This includes retailers like Staples and GameStop, as well as banks like Wells Fargo. Alongside the launch of Android Pay, Google also announced three more potential cities to get Fiber service, which includes Irvine, California, San Diego, California, and Louisville, Kentucky.

Google’s still newly launched Project Fi wireless service was discovered to have worked inside of the new Moto X Pure Edition which could suggest it will be an upcoming compatible device for the service. Google also announced that they would start testing fresh food delivery services with Google Express later on in 2015. Google’s former game company Niantic announced a partnership with Nintendo that would bring the launch of a Pokemon augmented reality game to smartphones in 2016 called Pokemon GO, which already seems to be gaining quite a popular audience due to the sheer nature of Pokemon’s popularity. Also discovered this past week, Canon, who is largely known for creating some really high quality cameras, announced that they have created a 250MP camera sensor. If you missed any of the top stories from this past week, you can find the links to everything down below.

Android Pay Starts Rolling Out Today

Wells Fargo Now Supports Android Pay

Nova Launcher’s Upcoming Feature Intros Proper Icon Scaling

Moto X Pure Edition Has Unofficial Project Fi Support

Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S7 to Sport Duo-Camera?

Google Fiber Sets Sights On Irvine, Louisville & San Diego

Niantic Collaborates With Nintendo For ‘Pok©mon GO’ AR Game

Google Express To Trial Fresh Food Deliveries Later This Year

OnePlus: “We Messed Up” With The OnePlus 2 Launch

Canon Creates 250-megapixel Camera Sensor