Tag "Android"

Final Fantasy VI out on Android devices

Once released as Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy VI has finally made its way to Android devices. Square Enix has given the game a new look with new features including faster

WWE announces WWE Network for $9.99

At CES 2014 during a very special announcement event, WWE’s Vincent “The Boss” Kennedy McMahon announced that in February 2014 the WWE Network will launch in the United States. The rest

Ratchet & Clank: Before the Nexus for iOS and Android

I’ve been a big fan of the Ratchet & Clack series. You can never have enough of collecting enough bolts or Raritanium, and with awesome and sometimes hilarious over-the-top weapons

Hello Hero Review (Android/iOS)

by Manny Guardado Dig out your best adventure gear and prepare for your next mobile journey with Fincon’s new title Hello Hero. The South Korean developer has taken elements from

Final Fantasy VI coming to iOS and Android, may lead to a FF VII release

It was bound to happen sooner or later, and I am just amazed it took this long. Final Fantasy VI will be coming to Android and iOS devices with enhanced

Sony reveals two detachable camera lenses, the Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100

Sony announced the new Xperia Z1, Sony’s new flagship phone that has a lot going for it including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core 2.2GHz processor, a 3000 mAh battery, with

Android takes a jab at Apple

With the recent news of Kit Kat being the new Android update name, they have also released a video that takes a jab at Apple. Here we have Chris Catlin,

Kit Kat, the new Android dessert

Today Android has announced their next dessert release, and it’s going to be Kit Kat. As many of you know, Android releases updates based on dessert names starting with Cupcake,

NARR8, the interactive kick that books need?

Even here in the nerd world, it is rare for the written word to cause a commotion. How many times in your life have you heard of people lining up

Google Play gets a makeover for Android

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

OUYA will be available June 4!

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

Tamagotchis are back! Now they’re on your smartphone

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

Review: DBEST London Duo Rechargeable Bluetooth Mini-Speaker Set

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

‘Ingress’ will glue you to your Android even 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

There is another…on November 8th – Angry Birds Star Wars trailer

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

Netflix second remote control for PS3 using iOS or Android app

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

a-JAYS One+ earphones review

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 –

OUYA, the Android-based console

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

Unity supported by Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8

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

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 launch trailer and meta-review

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