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Google said no to Facial Recognition Apps for its Google Glass gadget today, in an official company posting on Google+ social network. Well, at least until they will have protection in their device, in order to prevent its user to abuse someone else's privacy. I am not sure how they will manage to sort that thing out, but we will see soon enough...Read more
Free the Gluddle from The Supervision in this eye-catching bouncy game for iPhone and iPad! It will make you laugh! Oi! Aim and shoot springy globular characters called Gluddle. Freeze them in mid-air...
Airpush, the second largest mobile ad network for Android developers, recently announced the release of Airpush SDK version 6.0. This brings a number of major changes to the platform that will benefit not just Android devs but Android end users as well.One of the biggest changes to Airpush in the latest SDK release is the addition of in-app banner...Read more
DARPA, the U.S. Department of Defense’s famous research agency, put out a call for developers a few years back for help on a new mobile-oriented project that it started called the ADAPT program. ADAPT — which stands for Adaptable Sensor System — was said to be a way of seeking “novel techniques and processes to rapidly deve...Read more
True classic like Tetris are going to be repeatedly copied and modified by many developers. The result provides users with a huge variety of games, which are similar in their underlying gameplay, but also offer a lot of diversity. My current test candidate is called Falling Blocks and is a modification of Tetris as described above. To find out how ...Read more
Remember the newest Android-based gaming console that we told you about earlier this month called Gamepop from BlueStacks? It’s still being sold in a pre-order basis, and as mentioned in our earlier report, it is still free as long as you purchase a year-long monthly subscription. Now, BlueStacks has revealed how much it plans to charge for ...Read more
Music is what gets some of us through the day and moves us. Everyone loves music and Spotify is one of the best apps on the market to do so. Whether you’re taking the bus, taking a walk or whatever you’re doing, all you have to do is turn it on, plug your headphones in and listen to your favorite tunes. How it works? Spotify will allow you to...Read more
There are plenty of apps out there today that allow you to seamlessly chat with your friends but sometimes don’t you wish there was an app out there that allowed you to have fun while doing it without your messages being seen by other people? Snapchat is the newest craze is instant messaging. How it works? Snapchat is the easiest and the quicke...Read more
Tired of remembering dozens of usernames and passwords for each e-commerce website and gaming service? I know that I certainly am, and so does Amazon, as the company has just announced its all new “Login with Amazon” service. The new functionality will be making its way to Android, iOS, and other websites as soon as developers can implement it....Read more
Dystopian future, here we come! Google Glass is about to receive access to a new facial recognition API, courtesy of Lambda Labs. The new API should be out within a week, provided that all goes as it should.Who is Lambda Labs? They are a small startup that released a non-Glass facial recognition tech API just last year, and currently have over 1,0...Read more
“Don’t cry for me, Argentina!” President Cristina Kirchner’s tough foreign currency policies have resulted in difficulties for Android developers and users in the country (Photo credit: AP).Update: Corrected information regarding Google Play purchases from within the country.Even in a globalized world, not everything is perf...Read more
With the release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition, it’s clear that Samsung and Google are committed to working together, but that doesn’t mean the relationship is perfect. For Google, Samsung having too much power in the Android world could be potentially worrisome. For Samsung, it’s about not putting all your eggs in one b...Read more
The latest Android 4.3 OS was spotted at a mobile show held in Thailand, the Thailand Mobile Expo 2013, by 2 XDA Developers forum members, namely challeen and innocent 36. Obviously these are their forum nicknames and these lucky bastards managed to be in the perfect spot in the nick of time. They were able to see the white whale, I mean Andr...Read more
We’ve seen simulation games that let you raise horses, race cars, and run tattoo parlors. Welcome to Boon Hill is an upcoming simulation game that takes a bit of a darker turn, as it’s a pixely graveyard simulator with a very interesting premise.Welcome to Boon Hill is a game about gravestones, and the histories behind them. You’ll wander aro...Read more
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 develo...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
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 Andro...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more
Rovio is certainly no stranger to the world of gaming considering they came up with that whole Angry Birds thing. Now it looks like they are getting in to the publishing business with the Rovio Stars Initiative, and they already have two games lined up. The Rovio Stars Initiative is the group’s first attempt at the publishing biz, and they plan...Read more
Google I/O may be coming up in a few days, but Amazon stole some headlines today as they officially launched the virtual Amazon Coin. It’s their foray into the world of in-app currency, and I’m sure gamers across the globe are giddy at the news… The Amazon Coin will allow you to buy apps through the Amazon Appstore, and you’ll also be able...Read more
Google intends to launch a new game platform that intends to make games more accessible for android devices. This new platform is rumored to be called Google Play Games and will be a gaming platform similar to the Game Center for iOS. What Google plans to bring to the table with Google Play Games includes cloud game saves, multiplayer functionalit...Read more
I'm always on the lookout for interesting Android Games, and this morning I stumbled across one called Hope: Other Side of Adventure. It’s a game set in medieval times, and there’s a princess involved, but it’s unlike any “Adventure” game you’ve ever played. Hope: Other Side of Adventure follows the tale of a princess whose been kidnap...Read more
Amazon may still be behind Google Play in terms of content, but over the weekend the Amazon Appstore made the jump to China. Yup, Amazon has beaten Google to the punch as they’ll be the first to offer paid Android apps in China. We knew this day was coming as last month Amazon put the word out and asked developers to start getting apps ready for...Read more
The fourth in a quadruple suite of golf applications that attempt to help all golfers anywhere, any handicap. The aim is to knock five shots minimum off your handicap in one season, given that you try...
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Movie tie-in games usually blow, but occasionally we come across an interesting effort like Freaky Deaky Flashback. It’s an Android game based the movie Freaky Deaky which in turn is based off the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name. Freaky Deaky Flashback lets you step into the role of Daniel Jacobs, an FBI Agent who’s gone undercover to bu...Read more