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You can now play Flappy Bird on an Android Wear smartwatch
Since Flappy Bird’s initial release and take down from app stores, we’ve seen the incredibly frustrating game spawn tons of clones and imitators. Even Google got in on the action at one point. Right around the release of Android Wear, a Flappy Bird clone called Flopsy Bird was created for the smartwatch platform, but it […]
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02-01-2015, 10:48 By Jared Peters
ASUS drops another CES 2015 tease, hints at device with optical zoom
On December 21, ASUS decided to tease at least one of its upcoming devices for 2015 with a quick public post on its Facebook page. The tagline, “See what others can’t see”, managed to garner some attention. Now ASUS has used it again for another tease leading up to the Consumer Electronics Show in ...
02-01-2015, 10:18 By Evan Selleck
Review: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is an interesting creature. In a world of small tablets designed for portability, it stands apart from the rest with its spacious 13.3-inch screen. It’s large, and unashamedly so. Its built-in kickstand gives it a unique form factor that makes it a rare breed among others. Oddest of all, it ...
02-01-2015, 10:07 By Nick Sarafolean
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Is Now On Android, But The $6.99 Title Seems To Be Amazon Appstore-Only For Now
When gamers first met LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game in 2005, it was a multi-platform title available for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Gamecube, and PC (along with an isometric 2D version for the Game Boy Advance). It applied the virtual toy block treatment to worlds and events from the three Star Wars prequels, and sprinkled on some of the humor we've since come to expect from LEGO over the years. The game was a hit, and a sequel followed the next year that did the same thing, onl...
02-01-2015, 09:52 By Bertel King, Jr.
[APK Download] QuickPic 4.0 Beta Adds Colorful Themes, Automatic Cloud Backup, And More
The folks behind QuickPic have released a beta that expands on the stable version's Material-inspired looks with a heaping dose of color, lets you automatically save local folders to the cloud, and adds in a number of other enhancements. We've made the download available at the bottom of this page. But first, here's what has changed. What's New Let's start with the themes. In addition to the default black and white look, users can turn the third-party gallery app's action bar anything from bl...
02-01-2015, 09:18 By Bertel King, Jr.
OnePlus releases alpha build of its own custom ROM
OnePlus’s New Year gift to its users is an Android 5.0 Lollipop based custom ROM, the alpha version of which was released on Wednesday. The custom ROM that has been in development for some time currently provides a stock-Android experience to users, but it will eventually be customizable. While the Chinese company has not added... Read more »
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02-01-2015, 09:09 By Chandna Pandey
BLU launches new 4G capable devices
4G is taking over the existing network bands due to the speed and flexibility it provides above 3G. But the problem is our old devices are not capable enough to run a 4G network and truth to be told, phone manufacturers include 4G capabilities mostly on their high-end flagship devices. Drilling a hole in our... Read more »
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Samsung Illusion and Pantech Breakout LTE Leaked with Verizon Branding
02-01-2015, 08:52 By Salman Qureshi
Teaser video reveals ASUS plans on unveiling a new smartphone with optical zoom at CES
ASUS is notorious for releasing teaser videos before big events, and CES 2015 is no exception. There latest video is titled, “See What Others Can’t See” and has a series of tones which sounds a lot like Morse code. The code translates into “optical zoom,” which obviously indicates that they plan on showing some sort […]
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02-01-2015, 08:42 By Robert Nazarian
LG Curved LG G Flex 2 with Snapdragon 810 to be announced at CES 2015
PhoneArena reports that LG will reveal the LG G Flex 2 at CES 2015. As the name implies, the phone will offer a curved display, just like its predecessor. Korean website Naver confirms this and adds that the device will contain a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor with LTE-A connectivity with tri-band carrier aggregation. The site... Read more »
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02-01-2015, 08:30 By Jalen Benjamin
LG G Flex 2 coming next week at CES
The LG G Flex (pictured above) wasn’t a bad phone, but it was just a little too big (6-inch display) in my humble opinion. I remember saying in my review that if it were in the 5-inch range, I might have been all over it. It looks like I might just get to see that […]
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02-01-2015, 08:17 By Robert Nazarian
Montblanc Wants to Add a Smart Wristband to Your Dumb Watch
The big watchmakers are not standing idly by as tech companies infiltrate the traditionally stodgy wristwear market with smartwatches. However, Montblanc’s latest attempt to stay relevant in the face of alternative technologies could certainly leave the casual observer scratching his or her head. Instead of an actual smartwatch, the venerable timekeeper is giving consumers the […]
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02-01-2015, 08:07 By Geoff Openshaw
Accessory of the Day: Make any car stereo wireless with this Bluetooth adapter $60.51
Sick of fussing around with an auxiliary cable? Want to just get in the car and have your music and podcasts play without wires? TuneLink Auto is your ticket. Crystal clear sound quality with auto-pair functionality makes this a great option for drivers who want to cut the cord. Bring your car up to date... Read more »
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02-01-2015, 08:00 By Shawn Collins
Kodak jumps on the Android bandwagon with their own device
The smartphone market rarely stands still and Kodak look to be embracing that by utilising Google’s Android OS. Kodak was spotted churning out plans for a new Android device to be announced in CES 2015. Not only that, it seems Bullitt Group is going to partner with Kodak in releasing their own device. Bullitt is already... Read more »
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PixelPipe Updates Android App
02-01-2015, 07:51 By Salman Qureshi
Alleged images of Samsung Galaxy S6 surface next to the S4 and S5
Leaked photos claim to show the Samsung Galaxy S6. In the first image below, it appears at the right. The S5 is immediately to its left, and the S4 is to the left of the S5. The S6 is taller than either device and has similar curves to the S5. TechnoBuffalo notes the notifications on... Read more »
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Purported Galaxy Lite Pic Emerges
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02-01-2015, 07:48 By Jalen Benjamin
ASUS releases a CES promotional video with a hidden message
CES 2015 is four days away. To help get everyone excited for the big events to come, ASUS has decided to release a little video with a “hidden message”. Even after pulling an all nighter, I was quickly able to determine that the hidden message was five seconds of morse code with less than 4... Read more »
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Android and Windows 8.1 play nice on ASUS’ Transf...
02-01-2015, 07:00 By Cooper Le
The upcoming Montblanc Timewalker Urban Speed collection will include the option of a smart ‘e-Strap’
Over the last year, we’ve seen many premium watchmakers make announcements that promise their entry into the smartwatch market. Whether they genuinely see a market there or they are trying get some more recognition in a fledgling industry, manufacturers like Fossil and TAG Heuer have made grand claims that their smartwatches are going to take […]
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02-01-2015, 04:12 By Stephen Yuen
Flappy Bird on Android Wear is now a reality thanks to Corbin Davenport
Yes, I know, you’re probably thinking: wasn’t Flappy Bird on Android Wear months ago? Well, yes and no – a Flappy Bird clone called Flopsy Bird was released to Android Wear within a month of the new operating system being released, but if you wanted that original Flappy Bird feeling because you’re some kind of Flappy […]
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02-01-2015, 03:26 By Stephen Yuen
Indian Government Blocks At Least 32 Websites For Hosting Pro-ISIS Content, Including Github, Archive.org, Vimeo
In a move that is both troubling and confusing, India’s Department of Telecom has compelled ISPs to block a group of popular websites at the DNS level. While the initial reasoning was unknown, it has since been reported that this ban is due to the websites allegedly playing host to content favorable to the terrorist group ISIS. The banned list includes many popular and largely non-political sites like Github and Vimeo. Indian Government Blocks At Least 32 Websites For Hosting Pro-ISIS Conten...
01-01-2015, 21:51 By Jacob Long
The Android Police Podcast LIVE (1/1/15)
Welcome to the Android Police Podcast Live for Thursday, January 1st! We'll be starting soon - if you don't see a YouTube player, we haven't begun. Welcome to the home of the Android Police Podcast's live broadcast. We're live every Thursday (unless otherwise noted on the official calendar below) at 5:30PM PST (8:30PM EST) - or perhaps a few minutes after that - every week. This post will be stickied on the Android Police homepage whenever we're broadcasting, so if you see it, we're either ...
01-01-2015, 19:30 By David Ruddock