One of the games that has completely taken over my 2014 is QuizUp. Previously only available for iOS, the developers have been hard at work for the past four months on an Android version, with it now finally being available on Google Play for all to enjoy. (more…)
If you couldn’t get enough of Sandra Bullock being completely helpless while in space, then check out a semi-new game on Google Play titled, Out There. In the game, you play as a human who has been sent to the outer reaches of our solar system in an attempt to find materials for the continued existence on Earth. When you awake from your hibernation, you find that you are no longer in Earth’s solar system, but are actually now lost in space, very far from home. (more…)
If you still haven’t gotten around to downloading Deus Ex: The Fall, maybe because it’s usually $6.99, then now is your chance to grab it for just $0.99. Thanks to a fire sale from the developer, this action-packed FPS title with hours of gameplay can be enjoyed by all Android users who are afraid of investing more than a couple of bucks into a mobile game. (more…)
We know that not every phone released has an awesome camera, as not every company has the resources to throw in huge sensors to bump the price of their products. Sony’s answer to the problem is to let everyone take advantage of their camera technology via the QX-line of detachable smartphone lenses. Last year, they released the QX-100 and QX-10 lens, which are attachable to almost any smartphone that is currently available for purchase. (more…)
A new warfare game is now available on Google Play, Frontline Commando 2, the sequel to the first Frontline Commando from Glu. For anyone who plays any FPS games on a console or desktop, the lead character in this new mobile game may remind you of another character, Simon “Ghost” Riley from the Call of Duty series, but we’re sure that’s just a coincidence. (more…)
With the Nexus rumors for 2014 already warming up quite nicely, it’s time to see which OEM our readers would want to make the next Nexus smartphone from Google. We know plenty of folks would love for the new Motorola create a Nexus device, and if rumors are anything, that could very well happen. Unfortunately for Moto fans, the same “rumors” are now pointing to LG making the next Nexus phone.
Alas, that is the beauty of rumors, and nothing is ever confirmed until an official announcement is made. With the Nexus 5 being released back in October, we still have quite some time before we see what Google actually has in store for this year.
We have seen Google take quite a stance with the launch of Google Play Edition devices over the past year, with a total of five different devices becoming available, all from different OEMs. Is GPE the future of the Nexus program? Potentially, but that’s a story for another day.
Let us know below which OEM has your vote for the 2014 Nexus smartphone.
According to business sources of Gizmodo Germany, who spoke at MWC last week, Google has selected LG for the third year in a row to create the next Nexus smartphone. Previous rumors indicated that the Nexus program was actually coming to a close in 2015, and that Lenovo, the new owners of Motorola, would be the last company to create a Nexus phone for Google. (more…)
Samsung first introduced its new over-sized 12.2″ tablet, the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, at CES back in January. The company announced this morning through a press email that the device goes on sale through major US retailers beginning March 9, for the price of $649.99 at 32GB. Retailers for the device include Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, Tiger Direct, PC Richard and Sons, Fry’s, and Newegg. (more…)