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Finally the hit iPad game Obliteration HD makes it's way to Android!It...
The given program is intended for transliteration symbols with Russian apportions on English and in back. The example Russian letter "?" is replaced with English letter "Z". The co...
Math Puzzule to fill a grid of handreds.Please do math practice....
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Iteration uses an iterated function system to render sublime visual figures. Explore a soothing mathematical landscape and save the best to your gallery. Simply click for a new variation.http://github...
According to the Korean news site ETNews, Samsung is working relentlessly on their new Android flagship, the Galaxy S5. According to industry insiders, Samsung is already preparing its assembly lines for the new smart device, which is rumored to begin mass production starting from January 2014. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to hit the she...Read more
After the recent launching of the Android 4.3 JellyBean back in July, which proved to be actually just a minor update, now we have great news for all droid users out there: enters Android 4.4 KitKat, the next iteration of the most popular mobile operating system in the world. Everybody thought that the next version of the Android OS will be ...Read more
Have you ever wanted to go up against your favorite athletes? A lot us have, and the OverDog app aims to let you do just that. While it won’t let you go head to head against Jordan on the court, it will let you play against a pro athlete in games like NBA 2k13 and Madden 25. It’s no secret that a lot of athletes are avid games. They play jus...Read more
The first time we saw Jelly Bean in any kind of official capacity was back in August of last year. The new Android iteration (4.1, to be exact) made a subtle appearance, popping up on less than 1% of Android devices. What it represented was an incremental step forward from Ice Cream Sandwich, with a bevy of little tweaks and improvements. The UI w...Read more
Recent successes by mobile processor makers such a Qualcomm and the Taiwanese fab-less semiconductor company MediaTek seem to be putting pressure on the sales of NVIDIA’s latest ARM based processor the Tegra 4. Although NVIDIA has managed to attract some big clients for its new processor, it seems that the high price of the SoC is causing s...Read more
In America, you mostly buy phones from a carrier at a discounted price in exchange for a monthly bill, which usually comes out at about $70 a month or even more if you want extra features or added data on the plan. What many Americans don’t realize however, is that most of the world elsewhere buys phones at a full outright cost and then pays...Read more
Viber is a cross-platform messaging and VoIP app, and its latest iteration extends calls, IM and even video conferencing to desktop users. At approximately 200 million, its user base is particularly impressive, even compared to the likes of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, WeChat and LINE. But how does Viber earn profits from this popularity? Is it ...Read more
A crafty design student has come up with a concept on what he hopes that Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will look like. While the OS is still most definitely still in the works (Hey! We're still waiting for Android 4.3 to be announced) it's always interesting to check out what some people think that the next iteration should look like. (Thi...Read more
It may have taken Amazon quite a while since the initial unveiling, but now it has finally managed to make both the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ available for purchase in Canada. These devices, according to Amazon, offer “the ultimate HD experience,” and the best part is that either of them can be bought for less th...Read more
Samsung today has officially put the wraps off the latest iteration of the Galaxy S4 smartphone, this time calling it as the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. For those of you who have been following recent image leaks of this new Samsung handset, well it does looks pretty weird, thanks to the camera lens that protrudes at its back panel. Well, that camera...Read more
One of the first announcements of the Apple's WWDC was the reveal of their update to their operating system. OS X Mavericks will be the latest iteration of Apple's operating system and will move away from the feline naming convention they've used for the last nine updates. ...Read more
We heard it time and again at Google I/O: The search giant is about services above all else. Their dictum seems to have the undertone that things like Android and Chrome are simply conduits for their services. This is the real reason Nexus devices are so cost effective for consumers, so that attitude is clearly working. Things like Google Maps are ...Read more
Move over, ARM, Intel’s finally hitting its stride in mobile. At least, that’s the impression the chip maker gave when it formally unveiled its fourth-generation CPU product family. Emphasizing the comapny’s growing presence in portable devices like smartphones and tablets – Lenovo’s K900 and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 are such example...Read more
Ever wonder what happened to the Optimus L9 II, the follow-up to last year’s LG Optimus L9? It’s still in the works, and it’s still coming out in the future, which can happen pretty soon according to new information pieced together by the guys at TechTastic.What we have here is a photo of the Optimus L9 II itself, or at least hal...Read more
In the push towards a stable release of CyanogenMod 10.1, the development team has published its third release candidate (RC) with a boat load of bug fixes including a fix for the preview issues seen after using the camcorder.In software development circles release candidates are used for public testing and to squash bugs. The idea is that the so...Read more
Are you reading this on your smartphone? If so, you’ve got about 14 minutes to finish up.A new study by Simmons Connect finds that smartphone users spend about 14 minutes a day looking at websites. They also compared Android to iOS users, and found some interesting statistics which may cast doubt on previous claims of iOS usage over Android. Inte...Read more
It’s official: Gmail has been updated.That update, rumored for quite some time, is now a reality. All the features previously noted, like tabs showing up in your inbox on mobile, and the left hand menu sliding out, are here. While the mobile version of Gmail has had a few iterations, this is the first significant update for our desktop Gmail in q...Read more
This week’s list of the Best New Android Apps of the week offers up apps that let you video chat, browse the web, and search for solid WiFi signals. There’s a little something for everyone and we hope you enjoy our picks for the best of the bunch from the past week… 1. Zoner Photo Studio If you’re looking for a new photo app, Zoner Pho...Read more
Despite rumors before the actual Google I/O event, Google did not announced anything about both the white Nexus 4 nor Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. But this did not stop the rumors from popping out. In fact, the latest of which pertains to a white Nexus 4, which was spotted by Android and Me. Yes, dear folks, it looks like there's going to be a white i...Read more
Apple, the pioneer of the modern day tablet movement stands to lose its majority market dominance in the tablet arena very soon. This is disastrous for apple after its recent loss of the smartphone market majority. As Android powered devices gain popularity and momentum, Apple is staring at a bleak future as iPad sales are expected to plummet. An...Read more
This application will let you change the SoftKeys / Navigation Buttons fast and easily. This app comes with more than 150+ different soft-buttons to choose from and more will be added with every updat...
It’s Sunday which means we’re back with another edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week. From Facebook Home to a new photo sharing app by the name of Rango, there are several slick new apps to choose from this week. 1. Serious Paint Free If you enjoy creating on your favorite Android device you may want to check out Creative S...Read more
It has been reported by Reuters that Google is aiming to start selling their second generation Nexus 7 tablet in July. AsusTek retains the production rights to the second Google Nexus 7 so we can look forward to a solid and reliable construction. There has been a change in the lineup however; The Nvidia Tegra chip has been sidelined in favor ...Read more