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Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 2:05pm

Trailer Unleashed for Dark Fantasy Epic, ‘Lords of the Fallen’

Namco Bandai reveals the debut trailer for Lords of the Fallen, a gorgeous next-gen action RPG coming to PC in 2014.

By Patrick Shaw | 04-24-2014 | 2:05PM Namco Bandai has been busy this week unveiling new titles including its tag team-style fighting game, Rise of the Incarnates, which is launching exclusively on PC later this year. The Japanese video game publisher has also just announced Lords of the Fallen, a fantasy-themed action RPG coming to PC and consoles that boasts genuinely stunning next-gen visuals. Developed by CI Games and Deck 13, Lords of the Fallen casts players as the Champion Lord, a fierce warrior and former commander of the Fallen God’s demonic army. In the game, players battle a fearsome array of adversaries with an arsenal comprised of melee-based weaponry and deadly magic spells. You can get a glimpse of the...

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Tech
Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 9:05am

Required Reading: The Internet is About to Die

NVision rounds up some required reading for the Android community.

By McKinley Noble | 04-24-2014 | 9:00AM Although NVision brings you Android, tech, gaming and movie news around the clock, even we can't get to everything worth seeing on the Internet. But to help you out, here's today's required reading for April 24, 2014. • It's never been a worse time to be an Internet consumer, as the government seems intent on willingly handing the World Wide Web over to ISPs and major cable companies. According to CNN Money, FCC regulators are actively trying to salvage broken net neutrality by giving companies like Comcast access to "fast lane" Internet speeds, a sort of "super-charged" Internet tier that'll exist outside the usual (slower) services for...

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Android Games
Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 6:05am

'XCOM: Enemy Unknown' Hits Android

One of the best tactical games of this generation has finally gotten the Android treatment.

By McKinley Noble | 04-24-2014 | 6:00AM Few tactical RPGs are better than 2K and Firaxis Games' sci-fi title X-COM: Enemy Unknown. Hailed as one of the finest in its genre, the 2012 sleeper hit mixes incredibly challenging combat with surprisingly open-ended customization and mission structure, giving fans new and old a fresh look at the series. Now, it's finally available on Android devices. A recent post from the official XCOM Twitter account teased the news with just two days to spare, as both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore now carry the title in their respective app libraries. It's about time, too. XCOM: Enemy Unknown has remained massively popular as a six-time "Game of the Year"...

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Tech
Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 4:45am

Japanese Company Reveals 10-Inch 4K Tablet Screen

Super-high resolution in the palm of your hand.

By McKinley Noble | 04-24-2014 | 04:00AM Mobile manufacturers are just now figuring out low-cost 1080p displays, but one company is way ahead of the curve. That would be none other than Japan Display (a.k.a. JDI), who recently revealed their development of a 10.1-inch LCD display module that touts itself as a legit "ultra-high resolution" 4K LCD touchscreen. That model's 3,840 by 2,160 pixels at 365 pixels-per-inch, yielding a display that's probably sharper than your HDTV set. Dubbed as "4K2K" technology, it's just a hair smaller than JDI's last prototype 4K mobile display, a 12.1-inch module at 438 ppi, which we can only assume feels like looking through a clear window at physical...

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Tech / Apps
Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 1:45am

Facebook Boasts 1 Billion Users, 200 Million Messengers

The social network sees some huge gains with mobile traffic.

By McKinley Noble | 04-24-2014 | 1:45AM After 10 years around the block, Facebook's next greatest frontier is paying off handsomely. USA Today reported in on the company's Q1 2014 earnings, revealing that the social network bagged a solid $885 million in earnings last season with a total revenue of $2.5 billion. However, it's the massive user base that yielded the most interesting tidbits, with Facebook confirming that they host over 1 billion members in total to date—and over half of them interact through mobile devices. That's already a huge money-maker for the company on ad revenue alone, but Recode also caught up with Facebook PR to find out that their original messenger app is also...

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Added Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: 'Tiny Dice Dungeon'

Train monsters, travel the land, craft deadly dice.

Published by: Kongregate Price: TBA Genre: TBA Release Date: TBA 2014  

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Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 7:05pm

'Watch Dogs' Flaunts Its Multiplayer Shenanigans

Fuel that hacker paranoia with a car chase or two.

By Fraser Brown | PCGamesN Watch Dogs' multiplayer is somewhere between Dark Souls' phantom invasions and Assassin's Creed's "the enemy could be anywhere" approach. Ubisoft's released a video breaking down the three multiplayer modes, with invasions, mobile play and team-based shenanigans, all taking place in the same space as the single-player campaign. The invasion stuff remains the most tempting mode, with paranoid hunting giving way to explosive car chases. Can't say we imagine being the mobile player in the race mode is all that fun, staring at roadmaps. But being the driver, facing the obstacles laid out by another hacker—that sounds a bit spiffy. This story originally appeared...

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Tech
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 5:05pm

HBO to Stream Select Shows on Amazon Instant Video

'Boardwalk Empire' and other HBO staples are getting a rare streaming deal starting on May 21.

By McKinley Noble | 04-23-2014 | 5:00PM No cable company keeps their TV shows on lockdown more than HBO, but they've just made an interesting business deal. In an unexpected move, Amazon has announed that their Fire TV media set will soon get HBO Go support, as well as multi-year streaming rights on Amazon Prime Instant Video for a rather sizable collection of some past and present HBO shows: The Sopranos Six Feet Under The Wire Big Love Deadwood Eastbound & Down Family Tree Enlightened Treme Band of Brothers John Adams Boardwalk Empire True Blood Granted, all the newest material will still be exclusive to cable TV subscribers with HBO packages,...

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Android Games / Tech
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 11:05am

GameFace: A Head-Mounted VR Platform Powered by Tegra

Exclusive interview: GameFace Labs’ Ed Mason discusses his company’s self-contained virtual reality gaming system powered by NVIDIA Tegra.

By Patrick Shaw | 04-23-2014 | 11:05AM Virtual reality gaming has existed in various forms for a couple of decades. It is only recently, however, that the industry is starting to see the medium as a legitimate means of delivering new levels of immersion within games. Ed Mason, founder and CEO of GameFace Labs, explains what makes GameFace different from other head-mounted virtual reality platforms and why VR is experiencing a renaissance as of late. "The first time VR came around, it was something people could only try at theme parks, military facilities or arcades," Mason says. "Everyone could see the potential, but was waiting for it to become a viable commercial product." Mason believes the recent rise...

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Tech
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 10:15am

LG G Watch Release Expected After Google I/O 2014

This may be the first Android Wear out of the gate.

By Adnan Farooqui | Ubergizmo Not so long ago Google announced Android Wear, an SDK it has developed specifically for wearable devices. Two companies, LG and Motorola, are already building smartwatches on it. A latest report out of Korea today suggests that the LG G Watch will be released immediately after Google's annual conference. Google I/O 2014 takes place in San Francisco, California between June 25-26. It is quite possible that Google will talk about Android Wear at its annual developers conference. It's certainly nascent and the company would want to tell developers more about it. Besides, Google is evidently interested in the wearable device market, so it's highly likely that Android Wear might be on the...

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Tech / Apps
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 9:05am

Required Reading: Netflix & Aereo Redux

NVision rounds up some required reading for the Android community.

By McKinley Noble | 04-23-2014 | 9:00AM Although NVision brings you Android, tech, gaming and movie news around the clock, even we can't get to everything worth seeing on the Internet. But to help you out, here's today's required reading for April 23, 2014. • It's pretty early into the Aereo vs. Cable TV case, and things don't look good. According to Reuters, the Supreme Court isn't too fond of Aereo's business model, charging a fee to re-broadcast over-the-air TV signals. • The New York Times expands on it a bit further, noting that the Supreme Court is specifically questioning Aereo's lack of royalty payments. Most damning may be the term "legal sleight of hand,"...

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Tech
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 5:05am

Nest Thermostat Now Available at Google Play Store

Google's foray into home improvement starts with the world's smartest personal thermostat.

By McKinley Noble | 04-23-2014 | 5:00AM It's been expected for months, and now Nest is finally available on Google Play. Nest—dubbed "the Learning Thermostat" by its creators—sets itself apart in the tech world with a unique UI that programs itself to automatically monitor and adjust to your household, as well as syncing with your smartphone for direct wireless management. Moreover, Nest even detects your house's type of heating system, recalibrating itself to warm your home while using as little energy as possible. Anyone interested in the new gadget can pick up their own Nest from Google Play right this minute for $249, and we definitely expect Google's initial stock to sell out pretty...

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Apps
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 3:15am

WhatsApp Hits 500 Million Users

Facebook's latest $19 billion pick-up hits yet another milestone.

By McKinley Noble | 04-23-2014 | 3:15AM It's fair to say that WhatsApp is one of the world's most popular messaging apps, and the numbers definitely back it up. As announced on the company's official blog, WhatsApp now boasts a whopping 500 million users worldwide, with its massive popularity most recently surging in Brazil, India, Mexico, and Russia. WhatsApp also notes that "more than 700 million photos and 100 million videos" are shared by their service everyday, with a huge chunk of that surely coming from the 500 million to 1 billion Android devices that have downloaded it to date. If you want to get in on the action, WhatsApp is on Google Play as a free download, boasting...

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Video
Added Wednesday, Apr 23rd 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: 'Tales of Honor - The Secret Fleet'

Evergreen Studios' cult-hit sci-fi saga is heading to Android devices soon this year.

Published by: Evergreen Studios Price: TBA Genre: TBA Release Date: TBA 2014  

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Games
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 8:05pm

BlizzCon 2014 Opens Its Doors to All on November 7

Everybody pack for Anaheim!

By Fraiser Brown | PCGamesN Blizzard's annual celebration of all things Blizzard has been dated, today, and tickets will go up for sale at all reputable goblin auction houses or, perhaps more conveniently, right over here. Blizzcon will take place on Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California. Tickets are being sold in two batches, one of May 7 and the other on May 10, and they'll set you back a pricey $199 plus a $4 fee. BlizzCon is always the biggest highlight of the year for us," said CEO Mike Morhaime. "With Hearthstone and Reaper of Souls recently launched and Heroes of the Storm and Warlords of Draenor gearing up for beta, 2014 is already shaping up...

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Android Games
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 4:05pm

Humble Mobile Bundle 5 Adds Three More Games

Right on cue, the Humble crew sweetens the pot yet again.

By McKinley Noble | 4-22-2014 | 4:00PM Humble Mobile Bundle 5 was already a sweet deal with its original lineup, but now the pack is ever better. Three more games have been added to the mix, pushing the total offering to nine Android-only titles for the flexible price of "pay whatever you want": Bag It! R-Type II Aralon: Sword and Shadow The Cave (Bonus) The Room Two (Bonus) Carcassonne (Bonus) Paper Monsters (Bonus) R-Type (Bonus) Enviro-Bear 2010 (Bonus) Donating the average $5-or-so to charity, the developers, or Humble Co. is worth it for Enviro-Bear 2010, The Cave, and Aralon alone, so you've got a roughly a week left to jump on the entire...

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Games
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 1:30pm

Namco Bandai Reveals PC Exclusive ‘Rise of the Incarnates’

A new two-on-two fighting game heads to PC from the creators of Tekken and Soul Calibur.

By Patrick Shaw | 04-22-2014 | 1:30PM Namco Bandai is known for publishing some of the most venerated fighting games of all time including Tekken and Soul Calibur. This week the company unveiled Rise of the Incarnates, an entirely new fighting game experience developed exclusively for PC. In Rise of the Incarnates, players fight in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by meteors as one of several characters possessing unique supernatural abilities. Unlike traditional arcade-style fighting games, which often feature one-on-one matches, the new game pits players in intense two-on-two fights where teamwork is essential for victory. Rise of the Incarnates is scheduled to release in North America during the second half of 2014. You...

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Tech
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 9:05am

Required Reading: Netflix vs. Comcast, Aereo vs. The World

NVision rounds up some required reading for the Android community.

By McKinley Noble | 04-22-2014 | 9:00AM Although NVision brings you Android, tech, gaming and movie news around the clock, even we can't get to everything worth seeing on the Internet. But to help you out, here's today's required reading for April 22, 2014. • The Supreme Court has officially taken on the Aereo TV case as of today, and lot of companies should be pretty nervous. This will essentially decide how much of a stranglehold major cable companies have on TV, with huge future implications. And as Quartz smartly points out, if Aereo loses in court, services like TiVo, Slingbox, and other related bystanders could get caught in the fallout. We can't wait for the ruling this summer. • Still, it's...

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Games
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 8:05am

New 'Ultra Street Fighter IV' Trailer Revealed

Capcom gives us a fresh look at the newest 'SFIV' roster members, plus all of its game modes.

By McKinley Noble | 04-22-2014 | 8:00AM It always seems Capcom's saving an ace up their sleeves for Street Fighter IV, and their latest hand is loaded. Just this past week, two exciting new trailers have been dropped by the publisher, with one covering all the new gameplay mechanics and the second reel showing off Ultra Street Fighter IV's "attract mode" cinematic. In particular, the former of the two highlights the five newest additions to the core SFIV roster—four Street Fighter III veterans and a new character: Elena Rolento Poison Hugo Decapre As confirmed previously, those names round out 44 fighters in total, covering even more of the huge cast...

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Tech / Apps
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 6:05am

Chromecast to Support Live YouTube Feeds, MLB Games

More live Internet TV hits Google's HDMI wonder-gadget.

By McKinley Noble | 04-22-2014 | 06:00AM For those who favor their Internet TV on a real HDTV set, Chromecast just keeps getting more and more useful. As reported by Andoid Police, the latest update to YouTube will be the ability to stream live feeds direct to the HDMI dongle via mobile, a feature that's been relegated to desktop browers for the time being. But baseball fans get something a little more official, with Chromecast also supporting MLB.TV for premium subscription members. It also works with the MLB.com At Bat app to boot, giving you a handy alternative to tying up your Chrome browser during a game, complete with total playback control.  

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Tech
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 4:05am

'Flippypad' Concept Turns Project Ara Into a Gaming Console

Google's Ara tech may change the smartphone market, but it could also have huge gaming implications.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo Google's Project Ara is unique in the sense that it allows users to swap out certain components for another component. For example, if you wanted to upgrade your phone's camera, you'd just have to swap out the part for something else, as opposed to having to buy an entirely new phone. That being said, we've seen how Project Ara can also be linked to wearables, but what about gaming? One concept cooked up by designer Samuel Herb (via Cult of Android) shows how—thanks to the modularity of Project Ara—it's possible to create an Ara device for gaming as well. Dubbed "Flippypad", it shows how third-party OEMs could create gaming shells or specific gaming...

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Video
Added Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: 'Severed'

DrinkBox Studios is porting a hyper-stylish action title to Android later this year.

Published by: DrinkBox Studios Price: TBA Genre: TBA Release Date: TBA 2014  

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Games
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 5:05am

EA Origin Sale: 'Battlefield,' 'Crysis,' 'Mass Effect' All 50 Percent Off

And you can even get 'Titanfall' for 20 percent off, plus the original 'Dead Space' for completely free.

By McKinley Noble | 04-21-2014 | 5:00AM If you've been looking to boost up your PC games library, EA's Origin service has a bit of a fire sale going on. This past week, EA launched their "Gigabytes of Deals" sales event, putting a ton of their most popular titles out for a heavily discounted digital download price, with some titles as much as 50 percent off until April 23. Here's all of the big deals—and if you're buying, make sure you're logged into Origin: Titanfall — $47.99 (From $60) Titanfall Digital Deluxe Edition — $67.99 (From $80) Mass Effect Trilogy — $19.99 (From $40) Mass Effect 3 — $9.99 (From $20) Mass Effect 3 N7 Deluxe...

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Games / Top Picks
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 5:05pm

The 10 Best Co-Op PC Games

PCGN's Matt Purslow talks us through the best co-op titles on PCs right now.

By Matt Purslow | PCGamesN Games offer up magic in lots of different guises. Its best spell though is bringing us together in multiplayer. But whilst competitive death matches and tense capture-point games may be brilliant, it's working in harmony with other players rather than against them that can provide some of gaming's true high points. In co-operative gaming you can explore new worlds with a buddy by your side, triumph over evil as a team, introduce a novice to the wonder of the medium, or simply just beat each other over the head with questionable weaponry for kicks. These are ten of the very best co-op games for you to share with your favourite people. Best for excessive loot drops: Diablo 3 What is it?...

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Games / Tech
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 10:05am

Nintendo Game Boy Officially Turns 25 Years Old

Play It Loud.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo Nintendo Game Boy is a classic piece of gaming equipment. Every kid wanted it back in the day, and if you had one, you were pretty much the most popular kid in school. If you have fond memories of the device, we should note that the Nintendo Game Boy is officially 25 years old. Yup, you read that right; if you had fond memories of playing with the handheld console, there's a good chance that this post might make you feel a bit old. The handheld console was originally launched on the 21st of April 1989 and basically revolutionized the handheld gaming industry, much like how Sony's Walkman changed the portable music landscape, and how the iPod changed the way we consumed music digitally. Safe...

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Games
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 6:45am

Rumor: Square Enix to Port 'Final Fantasy III' to PC

Yet another RPG classic from Square's library seems PC-bound.

By McKinley Noble | 04-21-2014 | 6:45AM Square Enix has historically been stingy about porting their older Final Fantasy titles to PC, but things change. No doubt spurred by the significant financial success of Final Fantasy VII and FFVIII on Steam, Square appears to be going back to the well for Final Fantasy III. As Siliconera reports, that rumor comes from a recent update in the German USK ratings archive, pointing out the title specifically. While that's curious enough, what's also interesting is that this is apparently an all-new version of the game. Final Fantasy III has notably gone through quite a series of remakes and ports over the years, including a Nintendo Virtual Console release...

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Apps
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 3:05am

Google Gives Out Refunds in Virus Shield Scandal

One of Google Play's most popular apps turns out to be an all-time hoax.

By McKinley Noble | 04-21-2014 | 3:00AM Although Google Play is filled with plenty of useful, indispensable Android apps, there's always some bad apples. More recently, an app called "Virus Shield" turned up in the batch—a $3.99 security tool that falsely claimed to protect your mobile device from hacks, "harmful viruses, malware, and spyware" at the touch of its icon. Android Police was first to point out the hoax in an amazingly exhaustive tech report. Now, Google is making amends for the app's ability to slip through Google Play's filters, giving out refunds to everyone who bought Virus Shield. Moreover, Android Police now reports that Google is also crediting both the refund and...

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Video
Added Monday, Apr 21st 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: 'Hilomi'

Yamago Games brings a photo-filled safari adventure to Android.

Published by: Yamago Price: Free Genre: Puzzle Release Date: Available Now  

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Games
Added Friday, Apr 18th 2014 8:05pm

'The Elder Scrolls Online' Review

Zenimax has a lot of work to do to fix their broken MMO world.

By Nick Wilson | PCGamesN The Elder Scrolls Online is a mess. Somewhere, buried under bugs, often bizarre design decisions, and weird rookie level structural mistakes that the game makes, there is a great MMO struggling to be found. I played it for just over 30 hours, reaching level 16 (of 50) and the third zone in my faction's territory. Yes, the game is huge; Zenimax weren't joking when they announced the 150 hours average game time to end-game. But there were plenty more reasons why it took me so long to get even this far, and the majority of them were due to an endless torrent of progress-halting bugs. The Elder Scrolls Online is just not ready for players. It is a tragedy. To recap, quickly. There have been...

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Android Games / Apps
Added Friday, Apr 18th 2014 12:00pm

Friday Google Play Gift Card Giveaway

Every week NVision is giving away credits to download whatever you want on Google Play.

You may not know it, but NVision is a relatively young app. But since launching on Google Play last year, we've surpassed 450K downloads and launched a new slick handset version of NVision available free for all Android phones. And we couldn't have done it without readers like you. As a thank you to our readers, we're going to be doing regular Google Play gift card giveaways! Every week (or so), we'll be giving away a $10 Google Play gift card code, which can be used to download apps and games on Google's online marketplace. So what do you have to do to win? Simply follow the instructions below. How to Win: 1. Follow NVision on Twitter (if you don't already). 2. Send us a Tweet telling us why you...

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Apps
Added Friday, Apr 18th 2014 8:05am

'Frontback' App Makes Selfies 100-Percent Less Annoying

Finally, a way to use your phone's front camera without being obnoxious.

By McKinley Noble | 04-18-2014 | 8:00AM There's few things in the mobile world more annonying than the "selfie" photo, but a new app might fix it forever. Simply called "Frontback," the idea of the app is giving proper context to any picture taken with the front camera on your smartphone by supplying a rear photo on default. It's actually a really smart tool for mobile photography, and one that we hope becomes an Android staple. Overall, Frontback is pretty slick; the swipeable UI makes it pretty easy to build two-shot pictures at the drop of a hat, and it also supports plenty of social add-ons: Facebook Twitter Tumblr "@" tags and "#" hashtags If you're a...

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Apps
Added Friday, Apr 18th 2014 4:05am

Facebook 'Nearby Friends' Feature Introduced

Get a little more social with Facebook's optional new location-based feature.

By Edwin Kee | Ubergizmo "There is a friend who sticks closer than a brother" is a proverb that makes plenty of sense, and even more so in this day and age. After all, your family might be staying halfway across the world, and if you were to get in trouble today and need someone to bail you out from the current predicament, which better person than a friend to do so? Having said that, Facebook knows how important friends are to one's life, which is why they have introduced a new feature that is known as Nearby Friends, allowing you to turn it on if you want to. Nearby Friends would help you figure out just who on your contact list are nearby, or on the go. We suppose it is two-way traffic if you were to enable...

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Added Friday, Apr 18th 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

Gameloft spins a new adventure with Marvel's resident webhead.

Published by: Gameloft Price: $4.99 Genre: Action Release Date: Available Now  

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Games
Added Thursday, Apr 17th 2014 5:45pm

'Banner Saga' and 'Candy Crush' Devs Settle Legal Scuffle

Sagas for everyone!

By Fraser Brown | PCGamesN The saga of King vs. Stoic is finally over, the Banner Saga developer announced on its website recently. The dispute kicked off over January, when Candy Crush Saga developer King filed a notice of opposition against Stoic when it tried to trademark The Banner Saga. King cited "confusion in the marketplace" as the reason. "Stoic is pleased to have come to an agreement with King regarding Stoic's The Banner Saga trademark, which enables both parties to protect their respective trademarks now and in the future," the developer posted on its website. While King looked like the villains of this drama, if King wasn't defending it's own trademark then it would set a precedent,...

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Tech
Added Thursday, Apr 17th 2014 11:45am

Google's Project Ara Aiming for January 2015 Launch

Android users may see the future of smartphones as soon as next year.

By McKinley Noble | 04-17-2014 | 11:45AM Project Ara, product of the Phonebloks company, might be ready as soon as this coming January. According to CNET, the Android-based "build your own phone" concept is due to hit in as little as nine months, with its basic smartphone template starting at just $50 a pop. Just to recap, the idea is to make the "LEGO" of smartphone devices, with upgradable and swappable modules that can be purchased as they're needed—touchscreen display, RAM, storage, all separately. Originally, the concept was to prevent e-waste, as most smartphones are regularly disposed of as their value continues to dip. With a Project Ara/Phoneblok-based device, though, you could simply...

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Tech
Added Thursday, Apr 17th 2014 9:15am

Required Reading: Android & Heartbleed Fallout

NVision rounds up some required reading for the Android community.

By McKinley Noble | 04-17-2014 | 9:00AM Although NVision brings you Android, tech, gaming and movie news around the clock, even we can't get to everything worth seeing on the Internet. But to help you out, here's today's required reading for April 17, 2014. • Much of the online world has been frantic about password data since the Heartbleed "virus" hit, and we're apparently seeing just the tip of the damage. As The Washington Post warns, it's much worse than we think, and the fallout could put the entire Internet on ice. • And just as bad as Heartbleed itself, there's plenty of hackers taking advantage of the chaos. Case in point—a university student named Stephen Arthuro...

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