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It's 3 p.m. ... Do you know what your kids are playing? This little Clash of Clans excursion we've been taking started because of one thing: My daughter has grown beyond my control. I gave her the Nexus 7 (2013) to take for a spin, and she, unsurprisingly, ran with it. She has more games and apps and lord knows what on there than I ever imagined. She's not browsing the Web. She's...
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Here it is, the definitive Android Central review of the Nexus 6!!
The Nexus 6 is a really big Moto X, minus most of the good Moto X bits How much does Google's new Nexus 6 — manufactured by Motorola and a spitting image of the 2014 Moto X — have in common with its more diminutive cousin? I found that out the hard way, trying to pull the SIM card out of my Moto X and swapping it into what for us phone nerds (to say nothing of editors of Android...
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We've got full details on the upcoming Droid hardware from Verizon — and it's a beast Last week a manual leak gave us a tantalizing look at what's coming in Verizon and Motorola's latest Droid handset, and today we can reveal even more information on what's looking like a super-high-end Moto phone for the U.S.'s biggest carrier. Meet the Motorola Droid Turbo. Read on for the full...
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The Google Play Store has been busy churning out some solid Android apps and games this week. Soccer, errr, football fans have an updated FIFA game to dig into, there's a great new strategy games from the Anomaly guys, and a smattering of utility apps to top it all off. As always, we're eager to hear what you've found in the Play Store, but in the meantime, here are our top ten new...
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"Hey bro, you got the time?" 

"Yeah, it's ... hang on.  Just a sec.  God fucking damnit. " 
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What's next for one of your phone's most important components Welcome to Smartphone Futurology. In this new series of science-filled articles, Mobile Nations guest contributor Shen Ye walks through current technologies in use within our phones, as well as the cutting-edge stuff still being… #android
What's next for one of your phone's most important components Welcome to Smartphone Futurology. In this new series of science-filled articles, Mobile Nations guest contributor Shen Ye walks through current technologies in use within our phones, as well as the cutting-edge stuff still being developed in the lab. There's quite a bit of science ahead, as a lot of the future discussions...
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+Simon Sage What happened to your AC top deals articles? Seems like they just stopped around Thanksgiving. I found them very helpful and read it almost every day. 
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Trying to slip in some more editorializing in our weekly app round-up. Lemmie know what you think. 
It's Saturday, which means it's time to warm up your nearest Android device for some great new Google Play Store apps and games. We're taking a look at a few sequels that were released this week and trying to figure out if the changes added enough to keep them exciting, while still retaining the original's appeal. Candy Crush Soda Saga, TwoDots, and XCOM: Enemy Within all have a little...
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Sooooo many good games this month. 
Hopefully you guys are gearing up for a fun-filled Halloween, but we wouldn't let October slip by without rounding up the very best Android games and Android apps that have been released in the last 30 days. Both Google and Microsoft had a few really interesting new apps available this month. It was also a fantastic turnout for new games with lots of truly AAA titles be launched. We're...
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Don't do a lot of photospheres. This one came out pretty well. 
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Very nice viewed on my Chromebook Pixel - not only is the screen res good enough to do the image justice, but I can screen-scroll. Awesome. Where is it?
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We had a great week full of new Android apps, even among all of the iPhone 6 hubbub. We've got an old-school RPG this week, an unexpected game from Cisco, and an awesome app from Comedy Central with support for full episodes. We've got five new games and five new apps for your consideration, and...
We had a great week full of new Android apps, even among all of the iPhone 6 hubbub. We've got an old-school RPG this week, an unexpected game from Cisco, and an awesome app from Comedy Central with support for full episodes. We've got five new games and five new apps for your consideration, and as always, we're eager to hear what you've been able to dig up in the Google Play Store. If...
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Hey nerds, check out these sweet RPGs. 
There are tons of role-playing games available on Android, but plenty of them adopt freemium models which will nickel-and-dime you in order to fast track progression. Hardened, old-school RPG players want none of that, and for them we've assembled our favorite Android RPGs without in-app purchases. If your tolerance for IAPs is a little higher, check out our top 10 Android role-playing...
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I write all day about smartphones at Mobile Nations. When I'm done, I play video games. On a rare occasion I'll stand up from the computer, and loom meters above anyone who happens to be nearby. That about sums it up. 
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