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Check out this visually stunning puzzle game!
PRISM (technically "_PRISM") is a beautiful and abstract game. Underneath all the glitter and glam is a relatively simple puzzle game. The idea is to match colored dots to colored circles.
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Huawei didn't confirm that they're planning for a future without Android, but they didn't deny it, either.
Huawei obviously didn't want to respond to rumors that they're working on a contingency plan for ditching Android, however the company's CEO recently posted to Chinese social media site Weibo to comment on their future use of Android.
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+Timothy Lim Nobody's app should need to "support" an app store. APKs should work independently of what app store they're distributed on. And a good API to push your updated version to say, the Play Store and the Amazon Appstore and whatever else, could lead to something like Android Studio being able to automatically submit your app to everywhere you distribute it.
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Why wait for a Nexus when a Google phone may be right around the corner?
Based on a handful of rumors, we are expecting two HTC-built Nexus devices within the next few months. But a new rumor claims that Google is working on another device which will be completely designed by Google without any influence from HTC or other partner manufacturers. The rumor claims that Google is planning on releasing the Android-powered smartphone before the end of 2016 and that the company is in already talking with service providers re...
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This has been a rumor for over 2 years. When it happens, I'll believe it.
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Google's next app looks to help users of Nexus devices solve problems
The rumor claims that Google is working on a Support app for Nexus devices. The app will be similar to Amazon's Mayday button. Users will be able to quickly get help for whatever problem they have.
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Don't they already have one?
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Another new design for the nav buttons?
There's always a chance Google could stuff some surprise last-minute additions into Android N before it ships later this summer. One of those surprises could be a new look for the software-based navigation buttons.
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I never liked the square/circle, it's hard to remember which is which when the positions change (eg: pie controls etc..)
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YouTube is finally pulling a Periscope.
YouTube has announced live streaming via mobile. You will be able to go live from your phone with the touch of one button right within the same YouTube app you use to enjoy videos and live streams today.
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Kind of been waiting to hear that. YouTube Gaming already lets you do it.
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Is Samsung working on their own Google Glass competitor? Does anyone care anymore?
Remember Google Glass? Ever since Glass burst onto the scene three years ago, there have been rumors of similar devices from other manufacturers. Samsung has been long-rumored to have a Glass rival of its own.
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It would still have a tough time getting wide acceptance due to the fact that if it is able to record like glass was then it will be banned in many of the same places.
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Strategy for growth or defensive move to protect Vive from HTC's financial woes?
During HTC's company shareholder meeting, HTC president for global sales announced that the company will spin off the HTC Vive into its own independent subsidiary in an effort to be more competitive and secure investments with strategic partnerships. As with all subsidiaries, HTC is expected to maintain significant control of the Vive VR business, but HTC has no disclosed what percentage of the subsidiary would be up for grabs for those intereste...
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It's not really a core competency for them, so it makes sense. I'm dying to get one, I'm just hesitant to drop $800 on it.
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Celebrate the 20th birthday of the Nintendo 64 with original artwork by Angelo Furfaro. The high-res PNGs make the perfect wallpaper for your home screen. #android
See past editions of Android Wallpaper This week marked the 20th anniversary that the Nintendo 64 first became available in Japan. No matter your console affiliation, there's no denying the profound impact the Nintendo 64 had on the world of gaming. Titles like GoldenEye 007, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and Mario Kart 64, Super Smash Bros -- 90's kids are sure to have fond memories gaming on the console with friends or even playing solo...
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A simple app that can dramatically improve your Facebook experience
Simply, as the name implies, is a dead simple "app" for Facebook. It's a Chrome custom tab for Facebook. That means it uses the power of Chrome, but it doesn't get lost in the mix of the Chrome browser.
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No more price shock when riding Uber: the price you see when you order a ride is the price you'll pay.
Well, that's no longer the case. Uber will now show you your exact fare before you even confirm you need a ride. You'll be required to enter your destination before ordering your ride, of course, but who doesn't do that when taking an Uber?
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Not able to attend a Pride march this year? Google's letting you experience it thanks to 360-degree video!
Google has long been a proponent of Pride, a movement that celebrates and promotes the advent of alternative sexualities and lifestyles. This year, they're doing something a little different to celebrate the occasion.
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Looks like fps russia
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Phandroid.com and AndroidForums.com are the web's leading communities and resources for Android related news and info!

Phandroid is the FIRST independent website dedicated to delivering Android news.

On November 5th, 2007, rumors of the gPhone were put to rest as Google announced Android. By announcing a mobile platform instead of a manufactured handset, Google officially begun a mobile revolution.

On November 6th, 2007, Wired.com reported that “Android Already Has Phandroids“, making phandroid.com the first documented website reporting exclusively on Android news.

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