Some say he knows two facts about ducks, and that both of them are wrong
An endless runner isn’t necessarily something we’d hope for from a game called Race The Stig, but thanks to the BBC it’s what we’ve got. Released today for Android – and cross platform for iOS and Windows Phone – you put your helmet on, jump into one of the iconic cars from the TV show and try and [Read More...]
All the gravity bending goodness you know and love is now available for the NVIDIA Shield
You probably have played Rochard if your a gamer. Available originally for the PS3, the game quickly found its way to Steam and became a fan favorite. It’s one of those games that you don’t want to stop playing until you get to just one more checkpoint. Addiction, meet fun.
Today, Recoil Games has launched a pure [Read More...]
Mediocre Games’ latest title is addicting fun
Tap the screen to throw a ball. Break crystals and glass obstacles with said balls. Now, do it fast and try not to waste your limited supply.
That’s the simple, but plesantly addictive new title Smash Hit from Mediocre Games — the folks who brought us Sprinkle and Granny Smith. Like their previous titles, Smash Hit isn’t defined by complicated control schemes or exhaustive storylines, [Read More...]
Phones4u have unveiled their on-contract pricing for the Sony Xperia Z2 for the UK and state that it’s set to be available for pre-order on April 11, 2014.
The Sony Xperia Z2 will be available in black and white for free on a 24-month contract from Vodafone and EE at £47 per month. The purple version of the Z2 will be available exclusively at O2, with Phones4u getting the exclusive rights to the white model.
If you pre-order the Xperia [Read More...]
As part of Square Enix’s mobile sale, stealthy conspiracy shooter Deus Ex: The Fall is now available on Google Play for just $ 0.99, €0.99 or £0.99 depending on your locale. That’s a significant cut from the launch price of $ 6.99, €5.99 or £4.99. The game is styled after Deus Ex: Human Revolution and puts players into the role of Ben Saxon, a former SAS mercenary augmented with cybernetic implants, as he [Read More...]
We’ve had the pricing and availability for most of Samsung’s new tablets since early last month, but the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 has been without a specific launch date until today.
We now know that the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 will be available starting March 9th at Amazon, Best Buy, Fry’s, Newegg, PC Richard and Sons, Tiger Direct and Walmart. The 32GB model will run you $ 649.99, but remember that you do get an abundance of free Perks to [Read More...]
12.2-inch tablet available this Sunday in the U.S. for $ 649.99
Samsung has announced that its enormous new Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 tablet will be hitting the U.S. from this Sunday, March 9. The 12.2-inch slate, which packs a 2560×1600-resolution display and Android 4.4 KitKat topped with Samsung’s Magazine UX, will sell for $ 649.99 with 32GB of storage.
Launch outlets include Samsung’s own online store, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, Tiger [Read More...]
Clear a half hour slot for Moto’s brief Barcelona special
A week ago in Barcelona, Motorola held a fairly low key press event. Well, more a panel discussion than an out-and-out press conference. We were there, of course, and brought you the key facts such as Moto’s take on wearables, the success of the Moto G and Moto Maker launching internationally. It wasn’t broadcast live, but now you can go back and watch [Read More...]
Private photo sharing app syncs with Photoshop Elements, as well as friends and family
Adobe has finally brought their Revel app to Android. Available on iOS since 2011, the app has become a favorite way to share photos with a select group for quite a few people with Apple products. Now Android users can join in the mix.
The app is very much like the old Pool Party app, which was itself [Read More...]
Small improvements to printing, battery life and email sync included
Following up behind several other variants, the Moto X on Sprint is receiving its small bump to Android 4.4.2 (161.44.32.ghost_sprint.Sprint.en.US). The update, which is now rolling out to all users, brings just a few small fixes:
Printing documents and pictures: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages, and other content via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hosted services like Google Cloud Print [Read More...]