Humble Bundle 5 brings slew of top Android games for cheap, includes The Cave, The Room Two and more

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The next best thing to free games are game sales and for the next 12 days, you can get a bundle of great Android games for whatever you want to pay. The Humble Mobile Bundle 5 is back with Bag It!,  R-Type II and Aralon: Sword and Shadow, but if you pay more than the average price,... Read More

The HTC One (M8) officially announced

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What has possibly been the most leaked phone to date, the HTC One (M8) is finally official. The HTC One (M8) is sporting Android 4.4.2 KitKat and Sense 6.0, an updated version of HTC’s custom software. Here are the official specs for HTC’s new flagship: 5-inch 1080p Super LCD3 ...

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OnePlus to finally unveil its CyanogenMod-powered smartphone next month

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Today in New York City, HTC is finally “officially” unwrapping its “All New One” for the world to see, but that isn’t stopping newcomer OnePlus from trying to steal some of the Taiwanese company’s thunder by announcing its own upcoming smartphone unveiling. ...

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The Bard’s Tale free today on Amazon Appstore

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One of the most iconic games that made the jump from last generation consoles to mobile, The Bard’s Tale, is available free today in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re haven’t had the chance to play it or have never heard of it, the game is an action RPG starring Cary Elwes as ...

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Google unveils its vision for smartwatches, launches Android Wear developer preview

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Many have hoped to shape the smartwatch revolution, taking their vision to Kickstarter and the like, but today Google finally joined the game announcing Android Wear, a version of the operating system for wearable devices. Google launched two videos that introduce Android Wear, which extends ...

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Paranoid Android introduces Peek, its own version of active notifications

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One of the most useful and innovative features of the Moto X, besides its voice control, is its Active Display and today Paranoid Android announced its own implementation codenamed Peek. Peek is PA’s effort to overhaul the Android notification system with smartwatch convenience. The way ...

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Swappa expands to wearables, get your gently used futuristic watches now

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Swappa, a marketplace of gently used smartphone and tablets, recently started expanding its offerings to smartwatches, which are becoming a norm in the world of technology. If you head over to the site now, you can pick up either a Samsung Galaxy Gear or Sony Smartwatch 2, while there are also ...

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WhatsApp tells what’s really up with Facebook partnership, talks data and privacy

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If you’re a WhatsApp user, you can rest assured that your data and privacy will not be compromised with Facebook’s recent $16 billion purchase of the popular cross-platform social messaging platform. WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum took to the company’s personal blog today to set the ...

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Chromedrop brings challenging, yet beautiful casual gaming experience

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One of the things that Google has really focused on with Android is trying to inspire developers with its Holo design guidelines. One of the most recent games to Google Play that sticks to those guidelines is Chromedrop. Chromedrop combines elements from trading card and casual games, while ...

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Get a free upgrade to JuiceSSH Pro this weekend, monitor your servers with advanced features

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If you’re running servers at home or work and need a way to monitor them from either your Android smartphone or tablet, look no further than JuiceSSH. Sonelli, maker of JuiceSSH, just announced that it hit 500,000 users so from now until Tuesday, it’s giving away free updates to the ...

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Editorial: The future of smartphones is now

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Up until recently, it’s seemed like the smartphone industry has been focusing on cramming the highest resolution screen and fastest processor into the largest phone possible before people complained it was the size of a tablet. Many of these smartphones may have been beautiful machinery, ...

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Google acquires Green Throttle Games, gaming set-top TV box possibly in sight

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With rumors spreading that Google is working on a set-top TV box, supposedly centered around games, adding fuel to the fire is the recent confirmation that it semi-acquired Green Throttle Games. PandoDaily first reported the news of the deal that was for an unknown price. You may remember that ...

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Flappy Bird could flap again with a “warning,” inspired games coming soon

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Flappy Bird has caused quite the commotion over the past month or so after being taken down by its creator, Dong Nguyen. It prompted people to sell devices with the game on Ebay, discover ways to hacks it and has been used to teach people to code in JavaScript. According to the story “The ...

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Sony offering downloadable themes for Xperia smartphones

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Sony seems to be one of the few smartphone manufacturers realizing that one user interface is not a good fit for everyone. With it latest 4.3 Jelly Bean update (yes, not KitKat yet), Sony introduced a new native feature, essentially baking a theme engine right into the Xperia firmware, allowing ...

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Get the look of the “All New HTC One” with these wallpapers and sounds

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The All New HTC One will be announced in just two weeks on March 25, but that isn’t stopping leakers from spreading some love online with wallpapers and sounds from the unreleased device. See more details | FindTheBest You can thank jonas2295 from XDA Developers forum for all of these ...

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