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TYLT promo knocks $25 off Energi Sliding Power Cases for Galaxy S5, S4

For those of you looking to inject a little more juice into your Galaxy S4 or Galaxy S5, TYLT has announced a new promotion that knocks $25 off of its Energi Sliding Power Cases for the two devices. With the cases regularly priced at $80 for the S5 and $50 for the S4, this marks a fairly substantial discount.

The TouchArcade Show - 191 - Majora's Conspiracy Theory

Since we missed last week, we're making up for it this week with an extra long episode of The TouchArcade Show. Jared and I start the show by talking about all the ridiculousness that's happened in the world of the 3DS since we last recorded, then move on to the hottest games and news of

Android Central 220: Bowl Super!

This week we discuss what it does (and especially what it  doesn't mean) for Microsoft to have invested in Cyanogen, more folks have gotten Android 5.0 Lollipop on the HTC One M8, we've got new pictures of what the upcoming M9 mightShow More Summary

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Lamp and Vamp'

The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game

Best iPhone and iPad Games of the Week: 1/30/15 - 'Particle Mace' and 'Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered'

This week's top rated published game reviews represent a great spread of iOS gaming. On one hand we have the perfect iOS one-handed portrait mode game you can play on the toilet or while riding the subway... And on the other we have a great port of a fantastic "full" game experience. You can't go

The 'Puzzle and Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition' Commercial Confirms It's Still Just the Oddest Phenomenon

We find ourselves kind of fascinated by Puzzle and Dragons [Free] and its 3DS exploits. I mean, the game is a huge deal in Japan, and it's kind of surreal seeing that the franchise is so big that it's able to cross over with the Mario franchise. This TV commercial for the upcoming 3DS Puzzle

Lollipop delayed for some carrier versions of HTC One M8 and M7

After releasing Lollipop for the M8 on a few Canadian carriers just yesterday, HTC has announced today that it won't be able to hit the promised 90-day window for a rollout to some carrier versions of the HTC One M8 and One M7.

HTC Says Lollipop Rollout Going Slower Than Hoped

HTC today warned oners of its handsets that it likely won't meet its self-imposed 90-day deadline to deliver Lollipop to existing handsets. Several years ago, HTC promised customers it would update its handsets to the latest version of Android within 90 days of that vesion's general release. Show More Summary

The Long-Awaited 'Midnight Star' Releases Worldwide on February 5th

Been waiting for Midnight Star, the upcoming first-person shooter from Industrial Toys, founded by Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian? Well, good news: it releases worldwide next Thursday, February 5th. The game has been kicking around in soft launch since last summer back in the World Cup times, remember when we all cared about soccer for a

'And Yet It Moves' Arrives on iOS from DeNA, Without the 'And'

Continuing their string of premium releases on mobile that are adaptations of indie PC games, DeNA has just released And Yet It Moves on iOS as Yet It Moves [$2.99]. Broken Rules' physics-based puzzle-platformer has you constantly rotating a world in order to help navigate it, watching as objects and obstacles move around, while also

Apple Won't Approve the 'Gunslugs 2' Daily Challenge Update Because of a "Violent" Screenshot They Already Approved [UPDATE: Apple Just Approved the Update]

Orangepixel swiftly added in a daily challenge mode to Gunslugs 2 [$2.99] on other platforms, where he could update the games after only a short while. Well, there's just one problem: the iOS version hasn't gotten updated yet. And it's because the app update has been rejected by Apple. Why? Because of a screenshot that

'Space Marshals' Gets First Sale Ahead of Upcoming Update

Did you catch wind of the Space Marshals [$2.99] Chapter 2 update coming soon, and realize that you haven't yet checked the game out? Well, good news for you, as the game has just gone on its first sale, dropping down to $2.99 from its original $4.99 price. The second episode of the game will

Android 5.0.2 factory images posted for cellular Nexus 7s

If you're still rocking a 2013-era Nexus 7 with LTE, or a 2012 mobile version, we've got some great news today. Google has just dropped the Lollipop factory images for the both devices, and they're version 5.0.2 to boot.

Still betting long on Apple

On the heels of Apple's Q1 2015 earnings, the company's stock reached a new all-time high of $120 during today's trading session. While I really don't care too much about short term stock price movements, this particular move in Apple's stock is a reflection of investor optimism following the most monstrous quarter ever seen. Show More Summary

News: iLounge Weekly comes out Monday, subscribe now

2 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

The latest edition of iLounge Weekly, our weekly newsletter covering all things iLounge, will be arriving in subscribers’ inboxes early next week. iLounge Weekly is a summary of the week’s best news, reviews, and feature articles we’ve published, and it also features giveaways and accessory discount offers from various companies. Show More Summary

What would you change about Apple's Messages app?

Messages launched with the original iPhone as "SMS", because that's all it did at the time. Apple had Safari, so they didn't build an old-school WAP browser and it turned out an old-school WAP browser is what MMS used and needed. So, Apple built one and, once carriers stopped freaking out about the potential bandwidth, added it to the app. Show More Summary

AT&T to Use Auction Winnings to Boost Downlink Performance

AT&T today said its winnings from the recently concluded FCC AWS-3 spectrum auction give it a near contiguous 10x10MHz block of spectrum across much of the country. The J Block spectrum covers 306 million people, or 96% of the U.S. population and 96 of the top 100 markets. Show More Summary

Antivirus for Android — do you need it?

Do any of us really need antivirus software on our Android phones and tablets? In a past life I worked basic tech support at both Best Buy's Geek Squad and Staples' Easy Tech programs. I have heard every possible explanation for whyShow More Summary

Review: RooCase ORB Tablet System

2 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

RooCase's ORB Tablet System is a series of cases and mounts built around a shell case. All cases within the system include the shell case, which has an opening on the back to fit the ORB Button — a mechanism which allows users to snap the shell case into other parts of the system. Show More Summary

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