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13 hours ago

Unity and Intel bring support for x86 to Android

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Unity is a great platform for game developers to build awesome 2D and 3D games for Android, and today Intel has announced that they and Unity are getting together to bring support to x86 devices. According to today's press release "both graphics and CPU performance improvements and features, will be seamlessly integrated into future releases of the Unity 4 and Unity 5 product lines."

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14 hours ago

Announcing the 'Weekly Photo Contest: Fragment' winners!

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We had the awesome opportunity this week to give folks early access to a brand new photo app, Fragment, in conjunction with our weekly photo contest to give away two Nexus 7s to some talented photographers. We saw some awesome photos this week and plenty of great engagement in the Fragment beta testing group on Google+ — read along and see the two winning entries.

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14 hours ago

Chrome browser can now be downloaded and used legally in Cuba

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Residents in Cuba can now download and use Google's Chrome web browser legally for the first time allowing the few Internet users in that country access to the software.

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15 hours ago

Verizon gets its HTC Ones confused in new commercial

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HTC One whoopsie

See, folks, this is why Verizon has to put its logo on everything. Otherwise it apparently gets confused. That's actually an HTC One M8 running Windows Phone on the left, and the smaller, less powerful, HTC One Remix (aka the HTC One Mini 2) on the right.

"Another Verizon exclusive" indeed.

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15 hours ago

Sega's Humble Bundle saves you money and benefits charities

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Sega is joining the Humble Bundle by bringing some of its top games to the collection, allowing you to name your price for the titles as well as select how you want the profits divvied up between developers and noteworthy charities. Sega has added a few of its individual titles allowing you to pay what you want for each of the title, and if you pay more than the average price, you'll also get a few extra titles included in the price.

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16 hours ago

Incipio Feather SHINE Ultra Thin Shell for the Nexus 5

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Incipio Feather SHINE Ultra Thin Shell with Aluminum Finish for LG Nexus 5

Sometimes, you just want to keep the back of your expensive new phone from getting scratched up without putting on some thick case designed to survive the next world war. If you've got a Nexus 5, the Incipio Feather SHINE case for the Nexus 5 is a great way to do it.

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17 hours ago

How to use Dual Window on the LG G3

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The LG G3 is packed with useful features, and with Dual Window you can interact with not one, but two apps at the same time. LG isn't the first phone maker to implement such a feature, but with the 5.5-inches of screen real estate to play with it can be extremely useful.

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18 hours ago

A quick look at the Verizon HTC One Remix

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HTC One Remix on Verizon

It's deja vu all over again as Verizon picks up HTC's One Mini 2

Here is where we bring you a very brief look at the HTC One Remix on Verizon — aka the HTC One Mini 2 everywhere else. We've already taken a pretty deep look at the Mini 2, so we're not going to go too far into the nooks and crannies, as the Remix is the exact same thing, only on Verizon, with Verizon's preloaded software.

And there is quite a bit of that. Preloaded software, that is. Some of it you might want. Some you might not.

Let's take a quick look.

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18 hours ago

MediaFire for Android now automatically backs up your photos and videos

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The MediaFire cloud storage service now has a new version of its Android app available to download from Google Play that has a number of new features, including automatic photo and video backup.

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18 hours ago

Huawei's IFA teaser features fingerprint security, automotive integration, math, and… cats

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Huawei's teasing us with whatever they're planning for IFA 2014, and it's quite the tease. There are a few things we can infer: whatever they're planning to announce will feature a fingerprint reader with some sort of security (a vault with a fingerprint on it) and some sort of automotive integration (that is a transmission shifter, though apparently Huawei doesn't believe in reverse, park, or neutral).

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