Tag Archive: Collect

Police are using Google’s Timeline feature to collect location information

Another location feature that police are using to track individuals.

If you’re one of the millions of people with a Google account, you have a Google Maps Timeline. It might be blank — it’s tied to the Location History setting that caused more confusion than needed because of its name, and it checks in periodically on every mobile device tied to your account once you’ve agreed and opted in. For some people, this is helpful for things  [Read More…]

Does Google collect too much of our personal info?

Let’s talk privacy.

Just about everyone has a Google account. If you use YouTube, Gmail, or just own an Android phone, chances are you’ve got one. A Google account is almost essential these days for doing anything online, but as we all know, a heap of personal data is collected and saved by the company.

This doesn’t matter to some folks, but for others who want to keep their information as private as can be, it can  [Read More…]

Collect digital cards based on your favorite wrestlers in WWE Slam

The WWE and Topps have launched WWE Slam, a new card-collecting app based on your favorite WWE wrestlers. Wrestling fans can use the app to start building up a collection of digital cards and trading with other fans around the globe.

Here’s a quick look at some of what you can expect from WWE Slam, from the app’s description:

New cards and series released every day! Come back and use your free daily coin  [Read More…]

Avoid the cats and collect the cherries with Bertie Bird (App Review)

There are plenty of Flappy Bird copy cats out there, ever since the release of the addicting tapping game. There are even more spin-offs of the game, which take on the basic concept of Flappy Bird and try to do something new and different with it. Few games have been met with the popularity that consumed the game, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t still trying.


In order to get up and running with Bertie, there’s not too much  [Read More…]

U.S. government accused of spying on citizens with fake towers to collect phone data

A new report suggests that a U.S. Marshals Service spy program operating under the Justice Department is collecting thousands of cellphone identification numbers from Americans by employing fake communication towers. The program has been operational since 2007 and the towers are mounted on Cessna airplanes operating out of at least five metropolitan-area airports. These fake towers would trick cell phones on the ground into sending their identification numbers, which are then collected by the government for  [Read More…]

Collect heroes to battle in Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle-Earth

Console gamers everywhere have been enthralled with EA’s Shadow of Mordor, an action-heavy game based on the universe created by J.R.R. Tolkien. While we don’t have a mobile version of Shadow of Mordor to play, Kabam and Warner Bros. Interactive released a Middle-Earth game of their own – Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle Earth.

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The Mobile Nations apps suite: Collect ’em all!

It’s Saturday, and therefore it’s as good a day as any to remind folks the Google Play Store has a new look to it. That and we have an excellent Android Central app that you should check out if you’ve yet to do so. And that’s not all — we’ve also got them for all the Mobile Nations sites!

Everything’s running off the same code base, so if you’re looking for the latest in Windows Phone news,  [Read More…]

Elemental Kingdoms review – Collect cards to save a kingdom on Android

Collectible card games are a great fit for mobile devices. You can play them in small doses, and the quest to find more cards will keep you coming back from day to day. One such game that has kept me hooked lately is Elemental Kingdoms from Perfect World Entertainment and Time 2 Play Studio.

What Elemental Kingdoms lacks in mechanical complexity it more than makes up for with a lengthy story mode, asynchronous online battles, and  [Read More…]