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Daily news brief: Pixel smartwatch vs. Android-powered pancreas

What happened on October 13? I'll tell you later, I'm writing the news. Earlier today, I went to the drug store to buy Halloween candy. It was fun, but it also reminded me that it's almost fall, which is also the end of launch season. As far as release years go, I think 2016 will go down in the books as being one of the more interesting: The subtle creep of the $400 powerhouse; Samsung's incredible beginning and disastrous end; along with Huawei's and Xiaomi's increasing dominance in every market they enter.
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