Parallell Kingdom turns three years old, celebrates with new features

One of the first Android titles we ever downloaded to our T-Mobile G1, Parallel Kingdom, has turned three years old. With more than 750,000 players from around the world, the location-based, real-world, MMORPG has become one of those games we love to revisit every so often.  It appears we need ...

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Google TV 3.1 and Android Market rolling out to Sony Internet TV

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Last week we received an official blog post from Google about the new and revamped Google TV 3.1 and now it’s rolling out to Sony Internet TV’s as we speak. It’s not completely vanilla Google TV running on Sony Internet TV, they’ve added a few apps of their own, included ...

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Gameloft launches pair of freemium HD Games

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  Gameloft today announced a pair of freemium HD games for Android, bowing GT Racing: Motor Academy Free+ and Green Farm Mobile Freemium HD+.  Available to download with no up-front cost, each gives players added content in the form of in-app purchases. GT Racing is, of course, a racing ...

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Why Android on x86 will fail

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We all know Intel is working hard to bring a fully functional version of Android to the x86 architecture, but I think it doesn’t matter how hard they try to make it work, it will ultimately fail. Sure, some people will use it, but it’s more likely that it will remain a gimmick, ...

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Flick Soccer, another flicking game by Full Fat Productions

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Full Fat Productions, creators of Flick Golf, and Coin Drop! managed to flick another game into the Android Market over the weekend. Spawning off their success of Flick Golf, they have released another flicking game, only this time using soccer balls. Flick Soccer’s (or Football to all ...

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Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation – launch trailer

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Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation will be available soon on iOS and Android devices. – Gameloft

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Stack Exchange provides answers to your Android questions

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Android enthusiasts, new and experienced, can ask and answer questions.

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Griffin Technology debuts new Android accessories for fall

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Griffin Technology has announced a number of new accessories for Android smartphones and tablets, putting them on sale for the fall 2011 season.  The new products include tablet covers, holsters, smartphone cases, micro-HDMI to HDMI cables, and more.  While some of the accessories are designed ...

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Cosmonauts brings turn-based space combat to Android

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Superplay Games, an independent team up of seasoned gaming developers and gamers, have released their first title this week.  Called Cosmonauts, it’s a free download for Android 2.0 or higher (most tablets) which lets players take turns against one another up in the stars. Featuring both ...

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ZTE to make Boost Mobile debut with the ZTE Warp

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ZTE, a company that we primarily see across the lake in places like Korea, has decided to give the U.S. some love with their newly announced “ZTE Warp.” The company is debuting the new device on Boost mobile, and it comes with: Android 2.3 Gingerbread 4.3″ display Micro SD ...

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Digital Harmony Games Takes Cross Platform Multiplayer to a New Level with Dragons vs. Unicorns

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  While mobile gaming continues to grow at a practically exponential level, game development company Digital Harmony knows what players want, and plans to give it to them… soon. The company is slating their first title as “Dragons Vs. Unicorns,” and is using the game to show ...

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NBZ Releases gRadar for Android

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Press Release

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StackMob now Offering Android Developers Access to Their Backend Services

Backend service provider StackMob has announced official support for Android and has opened up Beta signup to those interested. StackMob which recently only supported iOS, provides mobile developers with everything they need to have a powerful backend while allowing them to concentrate on the ...

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OpenFeint Begins Offering Game Channel on Android

OpenFeint, the secret cross-platform sauce behind hundreds of Android games, has issued a press release today touting their new Game Channel for Android. Designed to both help players discover new games and highlight developers, it’s also a perfect opportunity for OpenFeint to thump their ...

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Where are the Desktops in the Mobile Ecosystem? [Opinion]

We all remember Steve Jobs’ statement that we’re living in the ‘Post-PC era.’ This statement was widely spread and some people truly started believing that the days of the PC were over. I do not share this opinion, I think we should look at mobile devices as an addition ...

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