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Lenovo gets the year going with four new Android smartphones Lenovo on Thursday introduced its new line of Android-powered smartphones, including their first LTE-equipped handset. In addition to LTE support,
Amazon on Thursday introduced a new option which should help spur additional downloads of Android games and apps – and developer revenue. Starting today, you can buy Amazon Coins as
Battle Command! is the second in Spacetime Games’ Battle franchise and the sixth title from the studio. Previous Spacetime games include Arcane Legends, Star Legends, Dark Legends and Pocket Legends, a franchise that has generated more than 250 million play
Spacetime Studios has another surefire hit on their hands with this one… and you can get it in your hands before it’s launched!
We’ve picked out some really fun games to help pass the time in these hot, dog days of summer.
Changelog is a weekly series of posts dedicated to highlighting notable Android app updates. Whether it be utilities, games, or anything in between, we shed some light on some of
This week’s highlight’s include WeVideo, Gunslugs, Towelfight 2, Style Jukebox, and much more!
Jabra yesterday announced a new Jabra Motion Series (Jabra Motion and Jabra Motion UC) headsets designed for the mobile workforce. Due in Q2 2013, the Jabra Motion features a built-in motion sensor which reacts to movements and various sound
One of the more prolific Apple figures of the 1980’s, Guy Kawasaki, loves his Android smartphones and tablets. So much so, in fact, he no longer uses Apple mobile devices.
G5 Games is celebrating Black Friday weekend with a giant sale, chopping the prices of nearly two dozen games. Whether you own an Android phone or tablet, Kindle, Nook, or
This edition features RadioShack, Spacetime Studios, Twilight (yeah that one), Amazon discounts, Slice 2.0, Combiform, Parkmobile, Skip-Bo, Trulia, Kendall Jackson wines, and more.
A month ago we wrote on a Kickstarter project called OUYA, an innovative gaming platform designed to bring gamers back to the more family & multiplayer-oriented television. At the
SiriusXM, a name that used to be synonymous with great programming and extra change in your pocket, has fallen short as of late when it comes to keeping up with
There’s usually an odd lack of fanfare whenever Google announces a new service. Sure, techie peeps like ourselves and our intrepid readers know what’s going on, but for the most