Ever since the introduction of multi-window with things like Cornerstone and floating apps, there has been a somewhat radical change in the overall Android UI.
Secret Exit wowed us with Zen Bound 2, and now they’re back with a brand new Android game called Eyelord.
Google Glass continued to dominate mobile headlines this week: will the technology make our lives better, or be relegated to a gimmick? Plus: Google’s latest report shows mobile use in-store is actually beneficial to retailers.
After trying Google Glass, we're asking, "Will it go mainstream or is it just a techie toy?"
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No other than Samsung has confirmed previously that some of software features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be also made available for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Sony continues its AOSP initiative by releasing it on the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. That and more are covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week.
A few days ago we reported on Rovio and the fact that they had officially announced that they had officially launched their third party publishing platform called Rovio Stars.
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Put on your red and blue latex overalls and cape because it’s time to save Earth from the horrors of adorable aliens set on extinguishing all life as we know it.
During the first half of 2012, XDA initiated the Recognized Contributor (RC) program to recognize members’ exceptional contributions and general helpfulness towards other members.
The week Facebook Home came out, so did another Android launcher you might not have heard about.