Thinking with portals: Angry Birds Seasons “Abra-Ca-Bacon” update introduces fresh new gameplay mechanic
Angry Birds seasons is introducing a whole new gameplay mechanic in their latest “Abra-ca-bacon” update. Seems Rovio is finally thinking with portals.
Sony brings stock Android 4.2.2 AOSP to the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. Shows off video of the progress thus far, asking for developers to help contribute.
On Wednesday, we announced the limited edition GOgroove Phanbot and hooked you guys up with a special price of $21.99 (type in the promo code “PHANDEAL”). But we love giving stuff away and lots of people have been asking about our Mini Android Collectible from Google IO 2013 called “IO Tester”. So we’re giving that away, too!
HTC reveals that production capacity of the HTC One is expected to grow steadily as supply chain issues become a thing of the past. Could the company’s fortunes be turning?
Due to “growing buzz,” NVIDIA has pushed the pre-order date for their SHIELD handheld up from May 20th. The Android-based gaming device is now available for pre-sale at $350 from several online retailers.
The milestone will make the GS4 the fastest-selling smartphone in Samsung’s history and solidify its position as the “next big thing.”
ARCHOS announced their latest budget tablet, the ARCHOS 80 Xenon. The tablet comes with a fully capable Snapdragon S4 processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and even 3G. All priced affordably at $200.
At the Google Glass developer session today at Google IO, it was revealed that Glass would be receiving monthly software updates to enhance functionality and bring greater polish to the headset.
There were many expectations heading into Google IO, as there are every year. But this time, Google showed us that it was willing to prove to developers that they are 100% committed to them. Find out why I think that is a good thing, and why Google IO was a success.
If you signed up to try out the new Google Maps, you might want to check your email. Invites are currently being sent out to early adopters!
A device known as the Sony Xperia UL has been pictured in the wild. The handset packs a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, and other goodies. Leaked pictures and additional details provided just after the break.
The white Nexus 4 has been tracked down and pictured in the wild, this time with a very specific launch date and Android 4.3 in tow.
We may have been given a quick glimpse of the rumored updated Nexus 7 — complete with LED notification — in the official Google Hangouts video. Take a look at the video and let us know what you think. Legit? Or simply special effects?