Posts tagged Android
By Nate Atkins
The iPhone, which sat safely on the mobile throne since 2007, saw its toughest competition last year. The iPhone 5 was a wild success in the beginning, and competing Android devices and the Samsung Galaxy S3 proved worthy suitors in the pursuit for the world’s best mobile More >
Are you tired of the Google Play look on the Android? If you are, then you’re in luck. Google will be rolling the new redesigned look for the Android market over the next few weeks (available for Android 2.2 Froyo and up).
Michael Siliski, group product manager for Google Play, says that the More >
The Game Developer Conference has been flooding gamers with tons of great information this week, and it looks like we finally have an “official release date” for OUYA, June 4th! That’s right, OUYA is going to hit retail stores before E3 this year. As you may remember, the console will retail for More >
Remember Tamagotchis? The little pixelated creature that would take a digital shit in your pocket? Good times. Well, they’re back and now they have made their way onto your smartphone with the Tamagotchi Life App. It’s now available on the android market.
The new App brings back the classic look More >
I like to use Bluetooth speakers for everything because I move around a lot in my house with my tablet, computer and phone. I was asked to review the DBEST London Duo Rechargeable Bluetooth Mini-Speaker Set. The wireless speakers are connected through Bluetooth Hi-Fi. These were so cute, and I More >
It seems that Google has done it again. Rather than to let me get on with my day, it has created an augmented reality game, Ingress, that uses your Android OS phone to turn everything that surrounds you into a game.
Throughout your city there will be More >
Angry Birds, the world’s most downloaded game is going back to outer space, but this time in a galaxy far, far away in Angry Birds Star Wars.
In the just released trailer, Luke (the red bird) can use the lightsaber to slice through obstacles, and Leia (the pink bird) can use the force as they More >
If you have both your iOS device or Android device and your PlayStation 3 on the same network, fire up Netflix on both and you will be able to use your iDevice or Android device as a second controller! Once both devices have Netflix up and running, you can use your iPhone, for example, to browse More >
I think I’ve owned every type of earphones possible. Either they stopped working, or my pet rabbit chewed the cord, I tend to buy new headphones every few months – including JAYS earphones- which my pet rabbit considered a delicious snack. The good folks of JAYS sent me a pair of their new a-Jays More >
Anyone looking at Kickstarter these last couple of weeks could have seen this brand new open source gaming console; that’s right open source. This Android-based box has been designed by the same people that created the Jambox.
What’s so special about this is the free-to-play model borrowed from More >
If you’re a game developer, then you’ve probably worked with Unity before. With recent companies putting Windows 8 down, you’ll be happy to know that Unity will not only support Windows 8 and also Windows Phone 8 (WP8).
Unity CEO David Helgason made the announcement this week at Unite 2012 in More >
Assuming that all Sonic games require the use of blast processing, Sega is apparently handing out their middleware to just about everyone these days. Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 just launched today on PSN and Steam. Sonic will continue to set the world ablaze for the rest of the week as he More >
Based on these first screenshots of Angry Birds Space, it appears that Rovio knows exactly how to capitalize on their mega-hit franchise. They’ve already expanded the original via numerous free updates, and thankfully there seem to be a lot of new gameplay mechanics in this latest iteration to More >
With the iOS devices like the iPhone, iTouch, and iPad delivering retro gaming, its sometimes hard to enjoy the games with the small in-game touch screen and enjoy the full view. Icade has the answer for gamers who want to enjoy their games without sacrificing controls on their portable iOS More >
The Kindle Fire is now the most used Android tablet. That honor used to belong to the Samsung Galaxy Tab two months ago. That just shows you that Amazon is doing something right. The Fire now controls 35.7 percent of the Adroid tablet market, and the Galaxy Tab is close behind with 35.6. In More >
Steve Wozniak worked with one of technology’s most prolific individuals to create a highly recognizable product for the masses. In a recent interview though, Wozniak stated that he liked his Android phone over his iPhone. He also says that there are other capabilities he wished his iPhone had that More >
For the three months ending in November, Samsung has been number 1 in the handset market, and Google’s Android has the most U.S. market shares in the smartphone department.
Samsung’s shares went up 0.3%, totaling up to 25.6% in the handset market share and making them number one. Apple’s share More >
Grand Theft Auto III is one of the most popular video games of all time. It was a pioneer during its time and allowed players to run over pedestrians, jack cars, shoot, steal, and drive all over the city.
The 10 Year Anniversary Edition was recently released for select smartphones, and with More >
Grand Theft Auto III, the game that created a widespread panic with clueless adults who think people were going to turn into murderers, is now available for the Android and iOS. The 10 Year Anniversary Edition will cost you $4.99.
Synopsis – Grand Theft Auto More >
Android Market has reached a new milestone. 10 billion apps have been downloaded so far with over a billion apps being downloaded every month currently. Over half of the 10 billion apps were downloaded since March of this year. Way to turn the tide in 2011.
Starting out in 2008, Android Market More >
A few of the new generation iOS and Android device will be compatible with the Grand Theft III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition game next week on December 15, 2011. It’ll be available on the App Store and Android Marketplace for $4.99.
Here’s the updated list of compatible devices:
Apple iOS Devices: More >
Griffin Beacon is a receiver for your Android phone, turning it into a universal remote for home theater appliances. The receiver converts your phone’s Bluetooth signal to Infrared signal by turning it into a remote. But is it worth replacing the one you currently own? To tell you the truth, my More >
Tango has not been around for a while. The company has been doing outstanding in a time where, especially in a market of heavy competditors, it might not have succeeded. The company offers a free platform for crossing video and calling service on mobile devices. After just 10 months in service, More >
It’s no surprise that Android is rising in power. The NPD Group has announced that the Android is leading the mobile OS U.S. market. How much you say? How about 52%. The percentages represent how many Android phones were bought during second quarter of 2011. This was a huge improvement over the More >
Just removed from the Android Market and stiring up a lot of controversy is Kage Games’ mobile app Dog Wars. The Android based game plays much like Mafia Wars, only you train your dog to fight other dogs. The game has created a HUGE uproar with animal rights activist that are demanding the app be More >