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Google and KISS made Live Cases, and you can buy them

This marketing opportunity was totally a coincidence.

Gene Simmons owns, and according to a blog post from Google really loves, Google’s Pixel. It’s a solid phone to be sure, and it looks like he’s a big fan of the camera which makes a lot of sense. The thing he really loves about his Pixel nowadays? The money he and his bandmates are going to make from the new line of Live Cases with Kiss artwork all over the back.

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You have only 3 days to order this ‘Kiss Me! I’m Android!’ t-shirt

It’s March, the month that’s filled with madness, spring and St. Patrick’s Day. In the spirit of St. Patty’s Day and the spirit of Android, we’re offering a limited edition t-shirt featuring Android Central’s mascot Lloyd. For just 3 days, you can order the “Kiss Me, I’m Android!” t-shirt.

The front features Lloyd with a jaunty hat, a pipe and a smattering of clovers. We’re still not sure of Lloyd’s heritage, other than to say he’s 100%  [Read More…]

Kiss your old wall goodbye this Wallpaper Wednesday

Don’t let your home screen fall into a rut — switch out your wallpaper!

You don’t have to pull out a complex new theme like Deadpool to bring a breath of fresh air to your home screen. A new wallpaper can do wonders, just ask your iPhone-carrying friends. Launchers like Action Launcher can re-theme your entire launcher around a good wallpaper. In our effort to help brighten your device — and maybe your day — we’re  [Read More…]

KISS Photo Bomb app can add rock and roll to all of your pictures

KISS is going mobile and today have announced the launch of the KISS PHOTO BOMB app for Android and iOS devices. With the free app, users can “KISSIFY” their photos and text messages with things like KISS members, KISS make-up, KISS frames and even KISS emoticons. Snap away then share to your favorite social service.

Check out more at KISSPHOTOBOMB.com

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Root your Kindle Fire, kiss Amazon streaming video goodbye

Kindle Fire video

By the way (if you haven’t already noticed this by now): If you root your Kindle Fire, Amazon’s streaming video will balk at you. The good news is it takes just a few seconds to unroot using SuperOneClick, and everything is both hunky and dory. Still, we’d prefer to not be thought of as potential pirates all the time, m’kay, Amazon?