Most of us depend on our smartphones for many of our day-to-day activities. We depend on our smartphones to wake us up or remind us of our tasks. We set them to silent mode when in a meeting or watching a movie. When boarding an airplane, we change them to flight-mode as instructed. Our smartphones are like assistants in all that we do. Wouldn’t it be nice if our smartphones could remind us, send messages, turn on/off, or even change profiles and settings automatically? Won’t it be nice to be able to program your phone to do something at a…
Believe it or not, I really don’t like bugs. Imaging the tingling sensation when they crawl on your leg. Bugs hovering in the air are just like aircraft, looking for targets to drop their bombs on. It doesn’t mean that I hate bugs. I just don’t want them near me. The devs at 6am3.com may feel the same way, as they created a game that lets you exterminate bugs in a fun and entertaining way. The Antibiotic HD game lets you kill bugs by linking and zapping them with lightning. There are there 3 modes in the game: Fingers (arcade),…
Atari has announced the upcoming availability for a pair of Android games. The games include RollerCoaster Tycoon and Dungeons & Dragons: Warbands, and as of this time, we are still awaiting a specific release date for both.
Once upon a time, when the notion of mobile gaming sounded as bizarre as time traveling, all that kids (and some grown-ups) knew for fun was Windows and PS 2’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Yes, it was violent, no, it wasn’t very educational, and yes, it was really dumb here and there. But it was fun, witty, cool and funny!
HTC has partnered with a number of deal providers to bring a new Best Deals service to its latest smartphone. This is exclusive content offering personalized bargains.
Amazon has kicked off their Halloween celebration and it means a week full of Halloween themed apps for those visiting the Amazon Appstore. The app of the day today is Slashing Pumpkins and tomorrow will bring Halloween Mahjong with a few more to follow through the 31st.
Updated Glympse for iOS and Android app brings real-time location sharing closer to you than ever before.
Imagine waking up twenty minutes before your shift and rushing to work after chugging some milk and cereal. In your hurry you end up stuffing your things inside your bag before trying to catch the next trip to your workplace. Unless you have your phone around your neck or if you’re someone tied to Facebook or Twitter, you won’t really remember checking your phone especially when you have three pages worth of e-mails to reply to. You’ll find out later that you’ve had around ten missed calls and twenty-five messages from your boss, colleagues, partner, mother, and your landlord. All…
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.
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?