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Deus Ex: The Fall available for 99 cents from today


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…]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 available from March 9

Galaxy Tab Pro

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…]

So you’re buying a Galaxy S5, but what device are you coming from?

Samsung Galaxy S5

The latest from Samsung has a lot to offer, so what device are you dropping to pick one up?

The Galaxy S5 is announced and its details are known, and aside from actually getting your hands on one to test out many of the tech-savvy among us already have a good idea of whether or not it’ll be our next device. Even just a week out from its official unveiling, we’ve  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: Second thoughts …

Moto X and HTC One

After switching back from the Moto X to the HTC One, is Motorola’s best really the best? I’m wavering. And excited for 2014.

I have a habit of doing weird things at trade shows. OK, lots of weird things — but the last two I’ve been to I’ve switched No. 1 phone in the middle of them. At IFA in Berlin last September, I fired up the LG G2. Never  [Read More…]

Score Real Soccer 2012 for free from the Android Market


Do you love watching soccer, I mean football? I’ve never been a huge fan, but I’ll always tune into the World Cup. Earlier today I said that Gameloft had not release an Android game in awhile, but I was quickly corrected when someone told me that Real Soccer 2012 just launched.

The game is available for free and Gameloft is supporting a wide variety of devices, including the new Galaxy Nexus. Real Soccer  [Read More…]

White HTC Sensation with ICS coming to Europe from Mar. 1

Android 4.0 OTA update for other Sensation phones “soon”

Ice white Sensation

According to a press release from HTC’s Dutch wing, the manufacturer is preparing to launch an “ice white” version of its Sensation smartphone from Mar. 1, with the latest version of Android in tow. The Dutch presser indicates that the new Sensation revision will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and that the ICS update will be rolling out over-the-air  [Read More…]

Galaxy Nexus tips and tricks

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

So you got a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Nexus in your hands and you are left wondering exactly just what it can do, and how to do it. It’s the first device to launch with the newest Android operating platform, Ice Cream Sandwich, and while the core functionality is the same as older versions, a lot has changed, too. From the on-screen buttons to the new menu locations, there’s a good  [Read More…]

Some unofficial Steam Android apps removed from Market, likely for copyright/trademark violations

Some unofficial Steam Android apps removed from Market, likely for copyright/trademark violations

Valve didn’t release an official Steam app for Android devices until last week, so some folks have been relying on third-party apps to get their fix of checking the stores,  [Read More…]

Third-party Steam applications disappearing from the Android Market

Android Central

The official Steam for Android application hasn’t been with us all that long, but an air of controversy already surrounds its arrival. Almost all of the third-party Steam applications have disappeared from the Android Market.

If Valve happens to be involved in some way, the odd part is that the Steam API is publicly available for use. Seems a tad suspicious though.

If you’re using a third-party Steam application  [Read More…]

1Weather for Android from OneLouder [Android Quick App]


When it comes to weather applications on Android there is no shortage of options, and quite honestly that is a good thing. 1Weather by OneLouder is one of the latest weather applications to enter the Android market and it has done so with some serious style of its own. So what’s it all about?

1Weather provides you with ready access to a full suite of accurate, up-to-the-minute weather information, including animated maps and radar, daily weather alarms and  [Read More…]