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Sony, ZTE Have the Small Premium Android Phones We Want But Can't Have

Looking for a premium Android smartphone that isn't gigantic? You'll have to go overseas.

Slitherine is Looking for Beta Testers To Bring 'Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy' to iOS

This morning I woke up to a nice surprise as Slitherine sent out a call looking for beta testers for Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy, a game about 3D tactical space battles. Even though many of you will be sold just from that short description, let me expand on it a bit. SHVP came out

Mozilla launches first public preview for Firefox on iPhone and iPad

Mozilla has announced that the first public preview of its Firefox browser for iPhone and iPad is now available — so long as you call New Zealand home. Mozilla will initially collect feedback from users in New Zealand before rollingShow More Summary

DOJ's new Stingray rules: feds need a warrant to track phones

Contents Over the last few years, we've learned that US law enforcement agencies not only regularly use "Stingray" devices to locate suspects by their cellphones, but go to great lengths to hide this activity. After extensive reporting...Show More Summary

Chinese game firm Shanda invests $30 million in Berlin mobile studio

Shanda has merged together two of its owned studios and, by adding a major Western branch, created something altogether new....

'Knights of Pen & Paper 2' Receives "Fist of +1 Fury" Expansion and Drops Price to $2.99

The original Knights of Pen & Paper is a humorously self-referrential look at the world of pen and paper RPG players, and despite some of its flaws, it's gained quite a following of fans over the years. So when Knights of Pen & Paper 2 [$4.99] arrived back in May, it had a lot to

Jeffrey Hilbert, founder of notable games agency DDM, stepping down

The agency, whose clients includes studios like FromSoftware, Ninja Theory, and PlatinumGames, is seeing its founder step away from a leading role....

Google talks improved memory management and performance in Chrome 45

Google has taken to a blog post today to talk some of the performance improvements included in Chrome 45 for desktop. Included in the changes is a new aggressive memory cleanup technique and, perhaps most importantly, smarter handling of restored tabs.

Considering an upgrade from Moto 360 (2014) to Moto 360 (2015)

Any time a new piece of technology is released that resembles its predecessor, there are folks who wonder if the upgrade is actually worth it. While there's a group of folks out there who were really hoping the new Moto 360 would have...Show More Summary

'Lara Croft Go' Review - Spear Beats Gun

I'm so glad that Square Enix has let its Montreal branch go crazy with great ideas for mobile versions of their licenses. Like, Lara Croft Relic Run [Free] isn't the worst idea since Temple Run [Free] exists, but did the world really need it? Instead, Square Enix Montreal has gotten to go wild with clever

Indie RPG 'Fall Of Angels ' Returns To The App Store In Expanded Form

It's sadly a normal way of life for the App Store that games sometimes disappear, particularly in the case of older indie titles. Sometimes they come back, usually they don't. So when Fall Of Angels, one of the older 3D JRPG-style games on the App Store, went missing earlier this year, I thought we might

Tip of the Day: See when messages were received on an Apple Watch

Due to the limited screen space, the Apple Watch adds timestamps to your messaging conversations far less frequently, so it may not be clear just by glancing when a given message was actually sent or received. Fortunately there’s an easy way to check this out, and it works the same way as it does on your iPhone. Show More Summary

What's new on the App Store: Big Duolingo update, new indie games, productivity discounts

Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, there's a big update to Duolingo, new indie games, and get discounts on productivity apps. This week in the App Store, we start off with a major update to language education app Duolingo, which has added 30 colorful characters to make learning more visual. Show More Summary

Free App of the Week: Test your skills on the pitch with Flick Kick Football

The end of the week is upon us, which means it's time for another free app of the week on the App Store. This week you can sit back and practice your soccer skills with Flick Kick Football. Flick Kick Football is a relatively simple game that tasks you with taking on a wall of defenders as you try to net a soccer ball as many times as you can. Show More Summary

Mac: Eltima Software Commander One

Many Mac power users have long felt that the built-in Finder app in OS X doesn’t quite cut the mustard, despite Apple’s incremental improvements with each OS X update. This has spawned a number of alternatives over the years, and one of the latest entries into the group is Eltima Software’s Commander One (free/$30). Show More Summary

BB-8 by Sphero won't support voice commands on Android at launch

We've been messing with BB-8 by Sphero for a few hours now, and having a ton of fun patrolling the office and racing with the other Sphero robots we have in the office. If you're a fan of Star Wars, particularly the upcoming Force Awakens movie, this is undoubtedly going to be the toy to buy this year. Show More Summary

A beginner's guide to the Moto G 2015

Motorola is back with the best version of the Moto G yet in 2015. Most of the talk about it centers around how great it is for $200, and that's all true. But it's also a great phone all-around, and one many of us will be happy with — at least until the next one comes along. Show More Summary

Apple working constantly to improve Apple Music

Apple's head of iTunes International, Oliver Schusser, gave an interview recently in which he spoke about Apple's continual efforts to improve its Apple Music streaming service. The company is constantly gathering feedback from users around the world, and planning improvements to the overall product. Show More Summary

Procedural dungeon generation algorithm

A simple, flexible, and programmatic way to create randomly-generated dungeons for a roguelike, described with helpful images and code examples....

'Out There' Developers Announce Very Cool 'Multiverse Update Series'

If you've enjoyed Out There [$1.99], the beautiful space exploration game by Mi-Clos Studios, I have some very good news for you. The game's developers have decided to continue expanding the game, taking advantage of all the work they did in rebuilding the game into the ? Edition. To that end, they've decided to release

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