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HTC U Ultra hands-on: a major change for HTC

by Andrew Grush 4 days ago103 comments

HTC U Ultra versus the competition

by Robert Triggs 4 days ago35 comments

5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

by Robert Triggs 5 days ago40 comments

Nougat is now rolling out to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge!

by Bogdan Petrovan 4 days ago76 comments
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Super Mario Run for Android pre-registration now open in the Play Store

Super Mario Run is already listed on the Google Play Store. You can pre-register for the game and get notified when it gets released.
by Mitja Rutnik3 weeks ago9

People don’t actually want to pay for Super Mario Run

Less than two weeks after the launch of Super Mario Run on iOS, excitement for the game is wearing off fast.
by Bogdan Petrovan3 weeks ago47

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about Super Mario Run's intense success, TWRP's app, Twitter hacks, and more Android apps news!
by Joe Hindy3 weeks ago4

Nintendo plans to launch two to three mobile games in 2017

Nintendo says it plans to launch between two to three mobile games each year, beginning in 2017, after the early success of Super Mario Run.
by John Callaham3 weeks ago5

Super Mario Run rakes in estimated $14 million in three days

App research company App Annie suggests that Super Mario Run generated $14 million in its first three days on sale after being downloaded 37 million times.
by Scott Adam Gordon4 weeks ago7

Super Mario Run has already proven to be more popular than Pokemon Go

Nintendo's Super Mario Run saw five million installs and made $5 million on its first day on iOS: more than Pokemon Go. An Android release is coming in 2017.
by Kris Carlon4 weeks ago33

Capcom to bring entire Mega Man NES series to Android

Capcom has revealed that it will bring its entire collection of 8-bit Mega Man games to Android in Japan on January 6.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 16, 20164

Super Mario Run gameplay video shows off new modes and content (update: also requires constant net connection)

Nintendo has uploaded a new Super Mario Run gameplay video which provides a look at some of the content coming when it launches on Android in 2017.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 9, 20166

Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem won’t come ‘til 2017

Nintendo had planned on releasing Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem this fall, but now they've decided to let Super Mario Run have the spotlight first.
by John DyeSeptember 8, 20163

Super Mario Run announced for mobile, coming first to iOS (update)

Today at Apple’s 2016 Event, Tim Cook and Shigeru Miyamoto revealed that Super Mario Run will be coming to iOS this holiday season.
by Team AASeptember 7, 201655
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