For all of you mobile-MMOers out there, take notice: Spacetime Studios is spreading holiday cheer to their gaming base by unveiling a slew of new content for this time of year. Depending on which game you play will determine what content you see, and Spacetime says it best:
Biggest update yet Level cap raise to 41 Solve the mystery of the missing Governor of Volaria The [Read More...]
Last month at AsiaD, Andy Rubin mentioned that he wanted to see Android on every screen. This might very well be possible soon, even with screens that were not designed to run Android. FXI Technologies has recently showed off a little gadget code-named the “Cotton Candy,” (weighs the same as a cotton candy bag – 28 grams) which can run Android on any screen.
This little device is the size of [Read More...]
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Also from the Dead Dictator series:
Digital Secretary Saddam The Mussolini Messenger Navigate! with Napoleon Francisco Franco’s Guide to Spanish Cuisine Gadhafi’s Group Chat (too soon?)
And coming soon:
Find It! with Fidel Castro Hugo Chavez’s Filling Station Locator
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We broke the mold at CTIA today and got a look at something a bit different than what we’re all used to: the Pantech Pocket, announced by AT&T earlier this week. It’s a square device, but being a square isn’t always that bad. The 4-inch, 600 x 800 display is unique in the Android space and while it certainly won’t appeal to everyone, it’ll definitely find a niche. Wyatt [Read More...]
Next up in the deluge of Android devices announced by AT&T tonight is the Pantech Pocket — a unique looking device that AT&T says is focused on messaging and social entertainment. It’s wide 4-inch SVGA (that’s 800×600 for those following at home) should make for a nice experience using a touchscreen keyboard, and the mini-tablet form factor should allow for nice browsing and video playback. Check the specs:
UMTS 850/1900/2100 GSM 850/900/1800/1900 [Read More...]
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When Minecraft: Pocket Edition was announced as an exclusive for the Xperia Play, block-builders the world round collectively wept. How long would it be before we could all run from Creepers, beat up sheep for their wool, or build giant structures to worship your favorite Android mascot?
It might have felt like forever, but Minecraft: Pocket Edition is finally available for all Android devices, and it’s actually pretty cool (despite how [Read More...]