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Is Lyft a shabby ripoff of Sidecar?

by: nathanAugust 28, 2012
Let's not get confused. Lyft is about the same kind of service as Sidecar. The two services both cater to the iOS and Android communities. Both services deal with transportation and propose to do so at a fraction of the average cost. This begs the question, what does Lyft do that Sidecar does not?
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Best army, military, and soldier games for Android

by: Alvin YbañezAugust 27, 2012

There are a variety of games on the Google Play Store that allow us to play different roles. We can be a doctor managing a clinic, a professional chef, a mayor of a great virtual city, and even a soldier at war, fighting for his or her country’s peace. On today’s app list, we will be tackling some Android games that let you become a soldier without having to undergo rigorous training. With these games, you can feel how it is to become a soldier. You can even command a war in a peaceful and fun way.

World War

The World War app is a text-based online multiplayer game that lets you play the role of a general. You will be able take missions and build [...]

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Can Japanese mobile gaming giants take over the world?

by: Simon HillAugust 27, 2012
Mobile gaming has really been taking off as more and more people buy smartphones. In Japan almost one in three people have signed up to play mobile games. Now mobile gaming giants like GREE are planning an assault on the U.S. market.
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Glu Mobile releases trailer for Blood & Glory: Legend

by: Bams SadewoAugust 27, 2012
For those who like their action games to come with a little lot of blood and gore, the aptly titled Blood & Glory is a popular title that has been keeping the street safer since it was released last year. Developed by Glu Mobile, the sequel to the Gladiator-style arena battle game is apparently in the works.
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Fruit vs. Robot game pits Apple against Android [If only companies could settle out of court this way]

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 26, 2012
If you want to get involved in the epic legal war, you can now have a say even if your name is not Lucy Koh or Florian Mueller. A new mobile game pits Apple against Android in a fun way.
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Square Enix to release Final Fantasy Dimensions on August 30 for $29 (yes, twenty nine dollars)

by: Bams SadewoAugust 25, 2012
Buoyed by the success of the last two Final Fantasy games on Android, Square Enix is boldly going where no game developers have done before on the Android platform. The Final Fantasy Dimensions is going to cost more than the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy III combined.
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Easy SIM unlock for Galaxy S3 released, but wait …

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 24, 2012
Interested in unlocking your Galaxy S III to work on other networks? Here are a few methods, some safe, some questionable.
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New and fresh Android apps of the week (August 24 issue)

by: Carl ParkerAugust 24, 2012

The work week ends today (for some of us, that is), and what better way to cap it off than to check out some of the new and fresh Android apps of the week.

There’s something nice about exposing oneself to fresh stuff at a time when nerves have grown tight and muscles are sore from all the mental and physical exertion at work or in school.  This post is all about that — freshness and newness.

In this August 24 roundup of the best new and fresh Android apps of the week, we’ll talk a bit about an app for

staying clear of vehicular accidents, setting custom ringtones befitting a corporate workplace, web browsing without hogging your [...]
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Singapore innovates a neat green app for transportation

by: nathanAugust 24, 2012
Taxi riding is about to change significantly, if local Singaporean startup GoMyWay, well.. has its way. “We believe GoMyWay gives Singaporeans a viable commuting alternative, which would make catching or booking a taxi more affordable as well as shorten taxi queues and reduce waiting times", said Ken Ng, Co-Founder of GoMyWay. Read on for the exciting press release!
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Gmail search auto complete now in 47 new languages

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 24, 2012
Localization is one of the things that Google does to gain popularity with international users. With 124 languages available for the main Google search product, the Mountain View, CA company is also working on bringing other services to different language.
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