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ILoveU will let your significant other know your affections with just three vibrations

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want to let your significant other know your feelings for them during the day, but don’t want to send another cliche message? Well, ILoveU is here to give you a subtle but meaningful way of connecting with that special someone...
Filed in: Applications, News
super meat boy forever

Team Meat reveals Super Meat Boy Forever at PAX Prime 2014

It all makes sense now. After teasing something called ‘A Voyeur for September‘ which would be shown at PAX Prime 2014, Team Meat has instead announced Super Meat Boy Forever, a refreshed version of its similarly named Super Meat Boy. Some very astute people actually worked...
Filed in: Games, News
Zombie City Defense

[New Game] Zombie City Defense brings holographic tower defense to Android

Tower Defense games are a dime a dozen any more. The basic principal is to defend your base of home or what have you, using a variety of weapons, upgrades and tactics. Some are better than others both in gameplay and visual looks. I have spent many hours playing Sentinel 3: Homeworld,...
Filed in: Games, Software
Xiaomi Mi 3

Xiaomi Mi 3 temporarily discontinued in India in order to pitch for Redmi 1S

Here’s some disappointing news for all the Indians who were unable to purchase the Xiaomi Mi 3 in a series of ‘Flash Sales’. Manu Jain, Head of Xiaomi Indian has confirmed that they have decided to temporarily discontinue the Xiaomi Mi 3 in India in order to shift...
Filed in: Android, General, Phones
HERE Maps for Android

HERE Maps for Android will be exclusively available to Samsung Galaxy smartphones for free

Google and Samsung have the weirdest relationship. The on-again, off-again nature of their partnership seems perilous at the best of times and this latest move from Samsung probably doesn’t bode well. Samsung has announced that Nokia‘s HERE Maps, previously announced to be...
Filed in: Applications, News
Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5 on AT&T gets a new OTA update

  Looks like there is a new update on the way out for Samsung Galaxy S5 owners on AT&T‘s network. The update rolls in at a smaller sized 142.8MB’s, but brings a few fixes and improvements that you might like. Assuming you are stock. Here is the list according...
Filed in: Software, Update
Wipeout 2-4

The big balls have returned in Wipeout 2 from Activision

Activision has released Wipeout 2 to the Play Store today for all of you who like to be punished on insane obstacle courses. The second installment forgoes a price tag and is free with the more traditional in-app purchases. Wipeout 2 brings in 135 levels with 150 themed obstacles to dash...
Filed in: Games, Software
International Wi-Fi Calling

Sprints Samsung Galaxy S4 gaining International Wi-Fi calling OTA

Sprint released some news this morning pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Spark that resides on their network. Owners of the device will start to see an OTA update coming through that will focus primarily on Wi-Fi calling. More importantly though, the Wi-Fi calling aspect is geared...
android lemon meringue pie

Android Lemon Meringue Pie gets spotted in Chromium issue tracker as build LRW50D

The Chromium issue tracker is often a good place to spot a new Nexus device or build of Android, and today appears to be our lucky day. Sported by a device known as the “New Nexus7″ – make of that what you will – a certain build of Android has been spotted with...
Filed in: News, Rumor, Software
HTC One M8 Front Angle

Android 4.4.3 update rolling out for AT&T HTC One M8 owners

Looks like there is an update headed to your HTC One M8 if you are using a AT&T branded version of the device. The firmware version coming down the pipeline is reportedly 2.23.502.3. It brings a long a number of security fixes and optimizations for your beloved M8. While you won’t...
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John Legere Music Freedom T-Mobile

Music Freedom campaign from T-Mobile gaining 6 more services, Google Music coming

Back in June T-Mobile made a fairly awesome move that gave customers a break from their data consumption by letting you stream certain services without touching your data allotments. Sure, there were a few stipulations, like being on a plan that let you do it. Still, if streaming music...
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