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Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn’t get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can’t wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don’t want to wade through

Recently, we posted about a new feature Google was testing to help users better “explore” their surroundings, offering more fine-tuned exploration options for a user’s immediate vicinity or their destination, with suggestions of what to do in the area based on time of day or conditions. The interface would apparently get its own button in

Hold on to your butts, everyone. I’m about to drop some news that will blow your minds. Samsung has a new phone in the works, and there’s one thing that will supposedly make this thing different from all of the others. SamMobile has leaked images of the upcoming Galaxy Alpha, a Galaxy S5 variant that

When George Mallory was asked why he wanted to climb Mount Everest, he famously replied, “Because it’s there.” I imagine a similar disposition possessed the developer of Wear Browser (better known for AIDE) when he shrugged his shoulders and said, “Well, I guess I’ll put a browser on that watch.” I say this because I

Four months ago, part one of the Kickstarter-funded fifth installment of the Broken Sword series hit the Play Store costing $6.99. It has since dropped to $4.99, and today part two of the saga is available for one dollar more, a reasonable $5.99. Okay, now that the math is out of the way, let’s recap.

Let’s get this out of the way first: SecondScreen is not an external extended monitor app for Android. (Though that would be extremely cool.) I think the developer does a bit of a disservice with that name. What it does is force your phone or tablet to use a different resolution in order to make

Like other Google I/O attendees, I picked up an Android Wear device at the conference. I went with the LG G Watch. What follows is not really a review so much as my experiences and thoughts about Wear thus far, having lived with it literally every day since picking it up. I’ll include some of

It looks like Google has surreptitiously started a little summer promo in the Play Store with discounts on apps and games, with some going below the usual $0.99 barrier. There’s no official landing page yet, so we don’t know everything that’s included, but more could still be on the way.  Apps Beautiful Widgets – $0.99

Amazon’s Prime Music service, a free add-on for anyone who’s already a Prime subscriber, launched to a resounding “meh.” The app and service functions well enough, but with plenty of alternatives both free and paid, Amazon’s boast of “over one million songs” rang somewhat hollow. As a Prime subscriber myself, I saw it as a

Modern Combat, Gameloft’s Call Of Duty / Battlefield “inspired” shooter series, is back – the fifth installment in the mobile franchise just hit the Play Store. The best thing about MC5? Gameloft has stripped of it the loathsome in-app purchases Modern Combat 3 and 4 were saddled with.    Modern Combat 5 will cost you

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