Vault your way to victory in Vault! now out on Android

If someone asks what your favorite Olympic sport is, you’ll probably answer something like swimming, gymnastics, or football. We doubt if you’ll answer pole vaulting (unless you’re an atheltics enthusiast or an actual pole vaulter) since it isn’t the most exciting sport to watch. But if Olympic pole vaulting was [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - July 30, 2015 at 1:52 am

AT&T request all 2016 Android phones have a working FM radio chip

AT&T is strongly requesting that all 2016 Android powered phones come with a working FM radio chip. Many phones already ship with FM chips inside them, but the manufacture doesn’t turn them on. AT&T is also asking if manufactures turn on any old phones with the chips inside as it [Read More...]

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Burn up all your matches in Matchiiz puzzle game, now on Android

Your mother (or whoever your guardian was growing up) probably warned you to never play with matches. But this new Android game will actually encourage you to do so, albeit digitally (we’re not really encouraging pyromaniacs here). Matchiiz’ main purpose is for you to burn up all the matches on [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 12:52 am

‘Plants vs Zombies 2′ gets a new content update called ‘Summer Nights’

A new content update called Summer Nights has just arrived for Plants vs Zombies 2, bringing new piñata party themed levels and new plants and zombies to play with. The content update will run until August 13th and is now available for download. The update includes seven new zombies with new [Read More...]

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LG G Flex 3 rumors out this early, months away from scheduled 2016 launch

It may be too early for a follow-up but the other South Korean giant, LG, is rumored to be working on the G FLEX 3. The previous model was only introduced last January so the next-gen is not expected this soon. No confirmation yet about the new device but we’ve [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - July 29, 2015 at 11:52 pm

Verizon offering new Grid Wide Solutions for utility companies

Verizon has identified a niche market, but it is definitely a big niche – utility companies. In an announcement today, Verizon is offering a new Grid Wide Utility Solutions platform as an Internet of Things (IoT) solution to help utility companies modernize their service delivery grids. The new service offers [Read More...]

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Samsung outs 1.0μm-pixel-based 16MP CMOS image sensor

Samsung isn’t just known for its mobile devices. Its semiconductor division is one of the top manufacturers in the world today. The South Korean electronics giant recently introduced a new 16MP CMOS image sensor that is 1.0μm-pixel-based. It’s the first in the market to bring 1.0μm pixel performance. Officially known as [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 10:52 pm

Razer offers a new deal to indie game developers without exclusivity constraint

When gaming accessory maker Razer acquired Ouya, many Free The Games (FtG) participants were less than thrilled as the move would have adversely affected their funding. As part of FtG promotion, gaming console Ouya had offered to match the funds raised by any Android game developer on Kickstarter in exchange for exclusivity. Ouya’s new owners are [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 10:52 pm

Auto Backup for Apps made simple

Posted by Wojtek Kaliciński, Developer Advocate, Android Auto Backup for Apps makes seamless app data backup and restore possible with zero lines of application code. This feature will be available on Android devices running the upcoming M release. All you need to do to enable it for your app is update [Read More...]

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Google Search can tell you if a venue or store is packed

Google has definitely changed how we live our lives today. What started as a search engine, the company is now a tech giant that offers hundreds of products and services for those who want to be in the know all the time. We can’t list every contribution of Google but [Read More...]

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