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Today HotHead games has pushed out an update to Machinarium which will allow compatibility for more devices previously incapable of downloading the game.
Tizen seems eager to get it out to the public and will be teaming up with France based telecom, Orange, to bring out some Tizen 2.0-ran handsets this year.
A new PSA by Code.org has been composed completely of well-known figures discussing the importance of learning how to code.
Sony has now confirmed that all of its games will be available for both digital download or purchase in-store through a physical disc.
The Raspbmc team has finally brought the software to version 1.0, and the download is available to everybody over at their website.
If you’re resided in the UK, you may have taken notice of the new iOS 6.1, which for Vodafone has had a few problems getting pushed out fully to all the iOS handsets.
Despite the snowstorm, Microsoft managed to successfully launch their new tablet yesterday, which starts at $899 for the base 64GB model.
Disney is celebrating this year’s Valentines by giving their Where’s My Holiday game from the popular Where’s My? series a loved-up revamp, offering players...
Thorsten Heinsthe has now revealed that the Blackbbery Q10 will not be introduced to the U.S. until 8-10 weeks after the release of the Blackberry Z10.
The latest next-gen iPad rumor claims the iPad Mini 2 will feature an impressive 2048x1536 display, which is the same resolution as the current-gen iPad 4.
If you’re a storage space fanatic, I can understand why you may need 128GB for your music, files and movies, and Apple seem to understand this as well. But because of the lack of external storage support, the only way to bolster up your memory is to buy a brand new model.
According to Open Radar, a newly filed bug report has shown Mac users that the potential to crash the majority of apps on OS X can be found by simply typing a line of text.
The monstrous 6.1 inch Huawei Ascend Mate was showcased at CES earlier this year along with a little bit of information on the product. However, now we seem to have a price tag to pin on the big product.
With Ubuntu, Blackberry, Android, Windows Phone and iOS in 2013, we’re already pretty spoiled for choice this year, but that’s not stopping Mozilla from stepping into the smartphone arena and showing the masses what they’re capable of.
One such factor that doesn't find it's way onto an iPhone is a viewfinder, something that is important for photographers to gain better focus on their shots. However, a new accessory from Photojojo gives smartphone users such a tool.
3D printing has really started to gain exposure over the past year or two, and prices for a 3D printer are slowly coming into reach of the everyday consumer.
Intel has boasted that their new Atom chips are going to be a worthy competitor, but we've not seen any proof of their new chips in action. Until now, that is. Lenovo’s IdeaPhone K900 comes equipped with a 2GHz dual core Atom processor by Intel, and it’s bagged some impressive stats on AnTuTu’s benchmarking app.
A bit of buzz has stirred after Adobe strangely put up its Creative Suite 2 software, including programs like Photoshop CS2 and Illustrator 2 up for download for free on their website. The free downloads included a full version of the program that didn't require a unique serial key to be activated.
LifeProof has proven to be one of the best protective cases available for iPhones when considering it's waterproof and dirtproof capabilities, and with the high cost of our mobiles, it’s completely understandable why a protective case like this one is so popular.
A new update for Google’s Chrome browser has been pushed out today, and although nothing significantly special has been added, change notes show a good amount of bug fixes, flash updates, and other added performance increases to improve browser speed. Cosmetic-wise, nothing much has changed, other than a much needed bookmark search tool, accessible via the Chrome omnibox.
The new Electronic Touch Pen allows you to digitally draw on Panasonic compatible TVs via Bluetooth.
Thunderbolt cables are a fairly new technology that is capable of transfering data via the cable at an amazing 12 gigabits per second.
Sennheiser is a brand that takes its headphones seriously, just like anyone who may want to buy their products. However, prices are usually high for decent headphones worthy of satisfying a true audiophile, and there’s often no cheap alternative.
We’ve seen an increase in tablets aimed at younger audiences recently, and Ematic are currently showcasing four more Android pads to add to this range.
The fairly unheard of Velocity will be shipping out two new tablets this year to the US market, both of which are affordable pieces of equipment running Android 4.1 Jellybean. Both devices have a 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1,024x728.
In the future, I imagine a world where everything around us can be controlled by a small device like a smartphone or pocket watch. As time goes by, more and more signs seem to point at how close this future might be. Belkin is currently displaying a product at CES that really shows the potential of what the future might hold.
NVIDIA has just shared the first details of their new Project Shield, a portable Android gaming system that comes with a built-in controller and the full Android experience straight from the box.
An FCC filing has been made on Intel’s behalf for a new tablet codenamed “Red Ridge,” and with CES just around the corner, it is more than likely we will be seeing the tablet soon enough.
DeadZone puts players into the same universe that Madfinger created with the first Shadowgun game, but this time around, the new game is solely based on multiplayer. The third person tactics used against Shadowgun AI may be useful in singleplayer, but how much does the multiplayer aspect change the game mechanics? And what have Madfinger done to keep the game compelling and enjoyable in a multiplayer environment?
Google’s huge power across the globe instantly gives them a step up from any other games with similar mechanics, and this along with the fact that Ingress plays on their own operating system, Android, gives them a huge advantage over anyone else who tries to develop a successful multiplayer GPS game.
The Google-owned Niantic Project has managed to create quite a fair amount of hype around it’s hushed-up activities, but the company has now spilled the bean. The fruit of the Niantic Project's labors is a new game by the name of Ingress, which has now arrived as a beta on the Google Play store.
Over at the XDA Developers forum, one member has already made progress towards a port of the Clockwork Recovery Mod for the Samsung Nexus 10. Rather quick work, considering the Nexus 10 was just released for ordering on November 13th.
Technically, this new camera is still an Android smartphone; it has a 1.5GHz processor, a 4.8 inch top quality HD LCD display, and it’s running on Android Jellybean, with access to the Google Play store, meaning any owners of this device can still download and run apps like a usual smartphone device could.
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