This is interesting stuff… Google has reportedly hired one Noah Falstein to be their next (or is it first?) chief game designer. According to a cached version of his LinkedIn profile, he was initially tapped to be the Chief Game Designer at Android Play Studio. Hmm. …
Herocraft created a nice foundation for further installments in the Risk-like strategy genre…
For those of you who like to change up the home screen of your Android, or try new app launchers, we submit something quite new and intriguing. It’s called Everything.me and it’s billed as a dynamic and adaptive launcher that changes with your moods. No …
The first details for the HTC Desire P and HTC Desire Q have surfaced online, suggesting that China and Taiwan could soon have new models. Appearing in what may be print advertising, the two phones look to fall somewhere on the lower end of the smartphone …
The first details of T-Mobile’s forthcoming UNcarrier strategy have surfaced online, albeit in a very unofficial manner. The document you see here comes courtesy of Engadget and spells out the preliminary pricing and Classic Plan options for T-Mobile’s new direction. As it appears here, individual …
When I first opened my package from I-MEGO, I immediately began conjuring up puns and parallels to use for the review. Greeted by glossy packaging and a shiny product, I assumed these would either have the “Midas Touch” or be nothing more than gold-plated dreams. The honest …
Last week I reviewed a nice little app called Active Lock Screen. It’s a simple, yet very functional lockscreen replacement that brings themes, plugins, and a unique UI. Shortly after publishing my review, I got the chance to have a quick Q&A with Celltick Technologies, …
Ever wonder what the difference is between HVGA, VGA, qHD, and FHD? We’ll help you make sense of the alphabet soup.
HTC today announced a new phone for its home country of Taiwan, pulling the curtain back for the Desire U. Specifications for the entry-level smartphone include a 4-inch WVGA (480×800) display, 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, and 5-megapixel camera. Priced at roughly $275 …
For all the appeal that comes with a $100-$150 Android tablet, experienced users are often quick to point out the omissions and holes. One particular detail that often comes up is the lack of Google Play and the growing library of apps. E FUN is …
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