HTC Launches its Flagship Smartphone – ONE (Video)

Long before HTC ever made an official announcement regarding their plans for introducing a new smartphone, rumors were spread on the internet about the manufacturers ultimate device that was going to be named HTC M7 or One. Today the smartphone was officially introduced. HTC sent invitations a while back for their event held today, in order to announce... 

Add Pie Control to Your Android Device Without a Custom ROM

You may or may not have heard about the advantages of Pie Control added to your Android device. It is the latest trend and though people think it was introduced by custom ROM developers, it was actually made by Google and integrated into the stock ICS browser. From there you may know it as the Quick Controls option in Labs. With one of the most... 

New Game: Die Hard Title Inspired by New Die Hard 2013 Movie

Well, turns out we can’t have a major movie coming out without also getting an associated game, this time available on Android. The freshly launched Die Hard game is a tie-in with the movie A Good Day to Die Hard, now in cinemas. Offered by Fox Digital, this game takes up 30 MB of space and it’s available for free. It requires Android 2.2... 

Enjoy a New Social Experience with Minus

There are plenty of apps on the Play Store that promise to make your social life more pleasant. Now it seems that there is no limit to what ends a developer would go in order to attract more people willing to gather for exchanging experiences. Let´s take a look at one of the new entries in this category. Minus by the developer with the same name is... 

Rescue Roby Review: Physics Based-Puzzle is More Appealing than Amazing Alex (Video)

Back when Rovio released Amazing Alex, I was totally underwhelmed by this physics puzzle, but now there’s a new game pertaining to the genre out there. It’s called Rescue Roby and we tested its free version, but there’s also a full version priced at just $1. The game is made by Runaway Studios and it’s very fun. It already had... 

Vector Review: Parkour at Its Best in a Free Runner Game (Video)

If you love parkour and you loved Mirror’s Edge, know that you can play something vaguely similar on Android now, but from a side view perspective. Imagine a combo between Stickman graphics and a platformer title, with a bit of free running in it. The result is the came called Vector, that we tested on a Romanian tablet called the E-Boda X200. This... 

Vic Gundotra, Senior VP of Google Engineering Promises Kickass Camera on Next Nexus Phone

One may praise a Nexus phone for how quick it receives Android updates, for its cute design or low price, but the camera is one of the aspects that nobody mentions. Why? Because the camera on the HTC One was bad, the Nexus S was just a bit better and the Galaxy Nexus was worse. Finally, the Nexus 4 was reviewed by us and we found its camera to be disappointing... 

Top 5 Android Games of the Week February 10th – 17th 2013: Tamagotchi New Game, FXGuru Review, Cordy 2 is Here

The clock is ticking and MWC 2013 is just a few days away from the big debut. Everything will actually start next weekend, as the journalists arrive on the spot from February 23rd or maybe even the 22nd and aside from visiting Barcelona, they will also find the time to get a quick hands on experience with a prematurely unveiled device or two. Till then,... 

Gamestick $79 Android Gaming System Now up for Pre-Order

PlayJam is  releasing the Android-based GameStick video game consoles, that are coming in April to backers of the company’s Kickstarter campaign. If you didn’t pledge money on Kickstarter you can preorder now a GameStick device from the company’s website for $79. The GameStick is a game console on a stick, sort of like a USB flash... 

Google Now Able to Provide Recipe Recommendations

Google Now has managed to attract a lot of fans since it was launched with the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS. It has managed to prove its usefulness whenever it was put to the task and it is without any doubt a step towards a new means of interaction with our Android device. Google Now came practically out of nowhere and proved how a real... 

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