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Need for Speed: Most Wanted coming to Android on Oct. 30th

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Back in June Android Authority reported that Need for Speed: Most Wanted would likely hit Android the same day as all other versions of the game. EA Games has now confirmed that the Android version will in fact launch on Oct. 30th, alongside the console version.

SwiftKey Flow has been announced, may give Swype some real competition (with video)

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by 1 year ago
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For awhile now, Swype has been the reigning champ when it comes to swipe gestures on keyboards. Their time of being alone at the top of the totem poll may be over, though, as SwiftKey has announced a new project called SwiftKey Flow. It takes all the awesomeness of SwiftKey and adds swipe typing. But is it better than the tried and true methods of Swype?

Diskobolos: Survival game against bionic bugs

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Hello 80′s and 90′s kids! Let’s take a trip down to memory lane with an interestingly addictive game called Diskobolos, brought to us by Conquering Bytes. At first glance, you’d think that the game’s going to be like most of those shooting ping-pong type ones that loses its luster faster than you can finish your tea. Diskobolos is anything but that. It seems simple but is fairly challenging. The arena, bionic bugs, and level of difficulty change as you play longer. Diskobolos is a survival game that would have made Charles Darwin proud. Instead of conquering levels, the aim of…

Camera Zoom FX for Android gets major update and price cut

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Although we haven’t had many posts dedicated to the Camera Zoom FX Android app on our website until now, this has made our lists of best photographer’s kit Android apps, best HDR camera apps and best paid Android apps of 2012, so you can imagine we have a lot of respect for AndroidSlide’s creation.

Zynga in trouble with mass layoffs and studio closures

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Game developer and publisher, Zynga, looks to be in serious trouble as CEO, Mark Pincus, reveals plans to shut down studios in Boston, the UK, and Japan. The firm is also closing down 13 games and laying off over 100 staff at its Austin studio. The remaining workforce will be cut by 5 percent.