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Actually, Android IS optimized - Gary explains

by Gary Sims 2 days ago73 comments

Will 'bezel-less' be the big smartphone design trend of 2017?

by John Callaham 2 days ago51 comments

You can download Lineage OS builds this weekend

by Kris Carlon 1 day ago20 comments

LG G6 rumored to feature Google Assistant

by John Callaham 2 days ago11 comments
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Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1 review – a great game for the whole family

Wondering if you should pick up Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode? We've spent a good amount of time with this title, and there are definitely a few things you should know before ...
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 31, 20152

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1 makes its way to Google Play

Priced at $4.99, Telltale Games' much-anticipated Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1: The Order of the Stone has finally made its way to the Google Play Store.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 15, 20153

Mojang killing Scrolls support, but you can play for another year

Are you a fan of Mojang's Scrolls card-based battle game? If so, we have pretty sad news for you today - the game is dying. Click through to learn all the details!
by Edgar CervantesJuly 1, 20152

(Update: live now, tablets only) Mojang’s Scrolls for Android coming December 11

Scrolls, from the developer of Minecraft, is making its way to Android on December 11th.
by Jimmy WestenbergDecember 11, 20144
 
 

(Update: it’s official!) Microsoft to buy Minecraft-maker Mojang

Mojang, the Swedish company that produces the hit game Minecraft, is reportedly in acquisition talks with Microsoft. What could the $2 billion strategy be?
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 15, 201416
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