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8 ways the Galaxy S8 is objectively better than the iPhone 7

by Kris Carlon 11 hours ago80 comments

Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

by Nirave Gondhia 3 days ago25 comments

Have phones become too expensive?

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago101 comments

Sony Xperia XZs review

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago37 comments
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Vivid Games’ ultra-realistic Real Boxing 2 will fight its way to Android later this year

If you were a fan of Vivid Games' ultra-realistic Real Boxing game on Android, you'll be happy to hear that the followup title, Real Boxing 2, is launching later this year.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 3, 2015

5 Must Have Samsung Galaxy S4 Games!

Are you looking for a handful of Galaxy S4 games to play? Well, we've put together a list of five really good ones! Read on to find out all about them!
by Brad WardSeptember 24, 20131

Real Boxing for Android now available with Tegra 3-optimized graphics

Vivid Games has just released Real Boxing for Android, an Unreal Engine-powered 3D boxing game for NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices that first became available on iOS.
by David GonzalesMarch 13, 20132

NVIDIA demos Real Boxing on Project SHIELD for a new weekly series called Android Thursdays

NVIDIA demos Real Boxing on Project SHIELD for a new series called Android Thursdays.
by Brad WardFebruary 8, 20133
 
 

NVIDIA Project Shield gaming demoed, Dead Trigger 2 Tegra 4 game also unveiled [video]

CES 2013 is underway and we already have the first new exciting products for Android fans, and not only, the new Tegra 4 SoC and NVIDIA’s very own gaming device, Project Shield.
by Chris SmithJanuary 7, 20134
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