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Eyelord brings Eyeballs Squishing Fun to Android

Eyelord brings Eyeballs Squishing Fun to Android Secret Exit wowed us with Zen Bound 2, and now they’re back with a brand new Android game called Eyelord. The games couldn’t be any more different, but they do share one important trait in common. They’re both a whole lot of fun… Eyelord is a similar to Zuma as you’ll need to match and remove balls as they roll down the path towards a giant hungry head. In this case,  the head looks like Eddie, Iron Maiden’s famous mascot and you’...

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Android Developers Could Win $800,000 with Samsung’s App Challenge

Android Developers Could Win $800,000 with Samsung’s App Challenge If you are an App developer and you love Android, you can win $800,000 in Samsung's App challenge, recently announced by Won-Pyo-Hong, the President of Samsung Electronics Media Solution Center. Quoting from Mr. Hong: "The Samsung Smart App Challenge will greatly enhance application choices for GALAXY S4 so users can enjoy a valuable experience." There will be a contest, of course, hosted by the Korean company, similar to the one in which de...

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Test Android 4.2.2 Galaxy S3 firmware update leaks out, enables some S4 features

Test Android 4.2.2 Galaxy S3 firmware update leaks out, enables some S4 features No other than Samsung has confirmed previously that some of software features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be also made available for the Samsung Galaxy S3. And this is of course by way a firmware update to be rolled out at a still unknown time. And if there's some doubt on you still as to whether this will happen or not, Sam Mobile obtained a leaked test build of the said Galaxy S3 firmware update. The software build is known as Android 4.2....

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Behind The Cube: Day 195 with 22cans Curiosity Cube

Behind The Cube: Day 195 with 22cans Curiosity Cube A few weeks ago we talked about 22cans Curiosity coming to an end as Peter Molyneux  and the gang decided to cut the Curiosity cube down to a meager 50 layers. They also threw in a few new IAP’s, and since the announcement a few interesting things have happened.There was a pretty big bump in traffic on the cube once 22cans let people know there was only 50 layers to go, but that seems to have slowed down a bit over the past week. If I had to g...

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Could be the "H840 Device" the new Nexus Q?

Could be the "H840 Device" the new Nexus Q? In the summer of 2012 Google dropped the Nexus Q, the media-streaming entertainment device, from its offer but now it appears that a new Nexus Q may be in the works. Google didn't detailed much about abandoning the project, the latest rumors about a new Nexus Q were heard last winter in January, when it was said that Google is working on redesigning the sphere shaped gizmo. More recently, the new Google Play music app appeared with no support...

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Former Executive Reveals Shady Google Tax Scheme

Former Executive Reveals Shady Google Tax Scheme Barney Jones,  34 years old, who used to work for the tech giant Google between 2002 and 2006 in an executive position, just revealed some of the "immoral" practices of the company when it comes to tax avoidance, the Google Tax Scheme, as he calls it. If you are a regular Joe, a law abiding citizen, you know that two things in this life are sure: death and taxes. Well, things don't look the same if you are a huge corporation like Google. The w...

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The Best New Android Apps of the Week – May 19, 2013

The Best New Android Apps of the Week – May 19, 2013 1. AppGratis AppGratis takes the top spot in our Best New Android Apps of the week list, and with good reason – it gives people a free Android App every day. AppGratis offers up one free app per day along with deep discounts of up to 90% off. You can read a bit more about AppGratis here or pick it up for free on Google Play. 2. Solo Launcher Solo Launcher is a new Android launcher that lets you customize your device’s looks as you see fi...

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Could be the “H840 Device” the new Nexus Q?

Could be the “H840 Device” the new Nexus Q? In the summer of 2012 Google dropped the Nexus Q, the media-streaming entertainment device, from its offer but now it appears that a new Nexus Q may be in the works. Google didn't detailed much about abandoning the project, the latest rumors about a new Nexus Q were heard last winter in January, when it was said that Google is working on redesigning the sphere shaped gizmo. More recently, the new Google Play music app appeared with no support...

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Just 10% of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Will Ship With Exynos 5 Octa Chip Inside

Just 10% of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Will Ship With Exynos 5 Octa Chip Inside According to a report from market analysts cited by Reuters, only one in ten Galaxy S4 units will sport an Exynos 5 Octa chip inside. The rest of 90% will be shipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon  600 graphic chips. The Exynos 5 Octa Chip is the coolest eight core GPU made by Samsung's R&D department, this means is made  in house, like 80% of Samsung's smartphone components and it consists of 2 quad core CPU's put together.  For reference, ...

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Google Glass Privacy Policy Under Scrutiny by US Congress

Google Glass Privacy Policy Under Scrutiny by US Congress Google was served a letter from the US Congress in which an explanation is demanded regarding the Google Glass privacy policy. The letter was signed by 8 US Congress members of the Congressional caucus and it contains eight blunt questions about the security and privacy of the information recorded by the gadget. The US Congressional caucus has questioned other companies in the past on the same matter, since the average American citizen is ...

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The Best New Android Games of the Week – May 18, 2013

The Best New Android Games of the Week – May 18, 2013 1. Sonic The Hedgehog The top spot on our Best New Android Games list this week was a no-brainer. Sonic the Hedgehog finally zoomed onto Android, and it’s the original game that started it all back in 1991. If there’s even been a perfect port of a game, this is it. It works flawlessly, and it’s a title any true gamer should have in his collection. Sega’s Sonic The Hedgehog is available to download for $2.99 on Google Play. 2. Factory Ball...

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Crescent Moon Games releases Dig! for Android

Crescent Moon Games releases Dig! for Android Dig! is the tale of Douglas Chase, a bumbling archaeologist who’s been hired by a rich tycoon to spruce up an old museum. Your job is to dig, and you’ll do that by drawing lines to section of pieces of ground. It’s not as easy as it sounds though as you’ll have to deal with Nigel the Mummy, Pickaxe wielding Gnomes, and little Fez wearing Moles. When you’re not running from ghouls or slicing away patches of ground, you’ll have to ...

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HTC Promises to Double the HTC One Shipments This Month

HTC Promises to Double the HTC One Shipments This Month It was not an easy start for the Taiwanese super star, from the beginning HTC One shipments were delayed due to technical issues but now they are expected to double until the end of the month. HTC One was seen by market analysts like a make or brake deal for the company, just like the Lumia 920 was for Nokia. The current flagship of the Taiwanese company was expected with huge interest and I admit, it's a very nice piece of hardware, with the ...

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Little Amazon Sprints onto Google Play

Little Amazon Sprints onto Google Play Little Amazon made a splash on iOS earlier in the year, and last night it finally made its way to Google Play. It’s a stylish running game involving a little girl named Lily, and you’re going to have to help her escape the lair of the evil demon Grûûl. Little Amazon is an Endless Runner with simple, two button controls. One button jumps while the other shoots—the running is automatic of course. You’ll notice pretty quickly that Lily is...

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G5 Entertainment releases Righteous Kill for Android

G5 Entertainment releases Righteous Kill for Android Righteous Kill is their latest Android game from the folks at G5 Entertainment, and it seems to be “loosely” based on the 2008 film of the same name. The movie starred Pacino & DeNiro, and wasn’t very well received. The game doesn’t have the same star power, but it is much better than the movie. Righteous Kill is a hidden object game that puts you in the shoes of a detective that’s out to bring a vigilante killer to justice. You’...

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AppGratis brings their Free App a Day Service to Android

AppGratis brings their Free App a Day Service to Android Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of AppGratis. It may have been pulled on iOS, but yesterday morning AppGratis arrived on Google Play. Ready to get some free Android Apps? AppGratis's goal is to bring you a free Android App or game every day along with deep discounts. So how does it work? Well, you just need to download AppGratis, and then click the link of the free app of the day. It’s that simple. All Andro...

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How to Hack Your Google Glass and Void Warranty in the Process

How to Hack Your Google Glass and Void Warranty in the Process As soon as the controversial Google Glass gizmo was released into the wild for a few thousand pre-selected developers, the question of how to hack your Google Glass was obvious for every techie who put his filthy little hands on Google's finest. The story becomes very interesting now, as Google appears to slowly encourage the Google Glass developers to hack the device. One of the engineers behind the Google Glass project posted recently on his...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Sales Will Reach 10 Million Units Next Week

Samsung Galaxy S4 Sales Will Reach 10  Million Units Next Week Things are going marvelous for the Korean company lately, and since the launch of their new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4, there is even room for improvement, if you can believe that: according to Samsung's CEO Shin Jong-Kyun, they are expecting the Samsung Galaxy S4 sales to reach and even surpass 10 million units next week. This impressive sales figure comes after only one month since the S4 hit the markets. According to the Sam...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Sales Will Reach 10 Million Units Next Week

Samsung Galaxy S4 Sales Will Reach 10  Million Units Next Week Things are going marvelous for the Korean company lately, and since the launch of their new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4, there is even room for improvement, if you can believe that: according to Samsung's CEO Shin Jong-Kyun, they are expecting the Samsung Galaxy S4 sales to reach and even surpass 10 million units next week. This impressive sales figure comes after only one month since the S4 hit the markets. According to the Sam...

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White Nexus 4 spotted, will be released in June with Android 4.3

White Nexus 4 spotted, will be released in June with Android 4.3 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 iteration of the infamous Nexus 4 smartphone after all. And to add more excitement to this news, the...

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Angry Birds Movie is coming to Theaters in 2016

Angry Birds Movie is coming to Theaters in 2016 Everyone knows how popular the Angry Birds franchise is, and if you don’t you will soon. Sony is bringing an Angry Birds Movie into theaters on July 1, 2016. Sony won the rights to put the birds on the silver screen, and as you’d expect, it’s going to be in 3-D. Little is known about the Angry Birds Movie thus far, but you can expect to have plenty of birds thrown in your face thanks to 3-D. The film will be produced by Rovio Entertainment...

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Google TV Gets Upgrade and Promises Faster Updates

Google TV Gets Upgrade  and Promises Faster Updates Google TV Developer’s Google + page just announced that Google TV was updated on the latest versions of Google Chrome and Android OS. These are good news for Developers and users, yet they were not released at Google’s I/O conference, but it makes no difference, really. According to Google’s announcement, Google TV is now running on Android 4.2.2 JellyBean, which was optimized for faster updates for its OEM partners. The updates will ta...

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Samsung Promises More Storage Space on the Galaxy S4

Samsung Promises More Storage Space on the Galaxy S4   After Samsung Galaxy S4 appeared in a BBC Show where it was criticized for the lack of internal storage, the Koreans   promised they will try to improve the internal memory issue, by compacting the phone’s features and dedicated software, making available more space for the apps. BBC’s Watchdog show started an investigation regarding the internal memory of the Samsung Galaxy S4 after multiple complaints from its users. Samsun...

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Can Knockdown 3 Crashes onto Google Play

Can Knockdown 3 Crashes onto Google Play First-person shooters are a blast, and everyone loves to fling animals around the screen these days. Sometimes it’s nice to go casual though, and Can Knockdown 3 from Infinite Dreams is a great way to do just that. Can Knockdown 3 is the third game in the Can Knockdown trilogy, and it’s easily the best looking game of the bunch. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of Can Knockdown, it’s basically just like the old carnival game where y...

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Google I/O 2013: Keynote Roundup

Google I/O 2013: Keynote Roundup The first day of Google I/O is starting to wind down, and we thought it was a good time to take a look at some of the highlights from this morning’s keynote. There was a lot to take in during the long keynote, and we’re going to start with coolest news of the day... Google Play Music All Access. All Access is the big G’s foray into the world of streaming music, and it’s pretty impressive. The service offers up access to millions of songs...

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Google Asks Microsoft to Remove YouTube App from Windows Phone

Google Asks Microsoft to Remove YouTube App from Windows Phone Today Microsoft was served a letter from YouTube, a "cease and desist" request, demanding for the immediate removal of the YouTube app from Microsoft's Windows Store and also from all Windows Phone running devices already sold to consumers everywhere. It is not very clear how Microsoft could pull this thing off, maybe with an update of WP, anyway, moving along with the story. The YouTube app in question is developed by Microsoft itself, not by...

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Google will Sell the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 with Stock Android for $649

Google will Sell the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 with Stock Android for $649 While it’s not a huge surprise, it’s a welcome one for folks wanting an unlocked device. Google is going to sell the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 through the Play Store and you’ll be able to snag it in a little over a month on June 26 for $649. Excited? The unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available to use on AT&T and T-Mobile in the US, and it will have an unlocked bootloader as well. That is great news if customizing your phone is wha...

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Google Play Music All Access set to take on Spotify

Google Play Music All Access set to take on Spotify As expected, Google has officially launched Google Play Music All Access, and it’s going live today in the US. It’s Googles answer to Pandora & Spotify, and it you’ll be able to access it on almost anything from web browsers to phones and tablets. Google Play Music All Access looks to combine music on-demand with the discovery as you’ll be able to fire it up and listen to random tunes or “discover” new songs by making stations. T...

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