Telltale Games has announced the studio will be developing Season 3 for its Walking Dead series of games. Unfortunately, while details are non-existent as to what will be contained in the game, as well as a release date, it's pleasing for fans to know that Season 3 will be coming to supporting platforms.
Use ADB and Fastboot commands with no extensive setup
I know plenty of us are hardcore phone hackers who actually enjoy installing the Android SDK and tinkering with the command console. I also know that there are even more people who just need to push a file or use Fastboot every now and then and don't want to mess with installing the SDK and monkeying around with the system PATH or files. If you're part of the latter group, you're going to love this.
Every story pulls on multiple sources and provides embedded videos and relevant tweets. There are both tablet and smartphone-optimized apps that serves up the top eight stories in the morning and eight in the evening.
We're shuffling around our usual weekly app round-up format. Normally we'd harangue all of the AC editors to submit their favorite apps before the weekend, and though that usually did the trick, we think we can do better. Thanks to Newsroom, I can spend a lot more time on apps and take the reins of the weekly roundup, letting the AC editors handle helpful how-tos, device reviews, editorials, and other top-shelf content.
When we reviewed the Rachio Iro connected sprinkler system, we were pleasantly surprised with how well everything worked together and one of the highlights of the system was the app that made it all happen.
It was intuitive and really covered all the basics needed to run the system but as always, there was some room for improvement as well because no system is perfect. Knowing that, the developers have now released a pretty sizeable update and its one that brings even more control, capabilities and end-user options.
If you happen to be the lucky owner of a Tesla Model S and have been holding out hope for an Android Wear app to control it, you'll certainly want to check out the Tesla Command app for Android Wear. Android Developer Matthew Patience has come up with the app and while it only allows for some basic functions such as locking and unlocking the doors, opening and closing the sunroof and honking the horn, there's more features already planned.
Google has now set up a section of its Google Play Store devoted to games that can be played offline, in an apparent attempt to give Android device owners a choice between those types of games and others that require an online connection.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released Batman: Arkham Origins for Android. Originally released last October for iOS devices, Origins puts you in the role of the Caped Crusader in his earlier days as he faces off against villains such as Black Mask, Deathstroke, and the Joker.
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