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The Rhythm of Fighters review

The Rhythm of Fighters for Android EVGA Tegra Note 7

SNK Playmore's King of Fighters series is a long-running and fairly well known series of fighting games that prides itself on huge and ever-changing character rosters. Now the game itself has changed genre in the new spin-off The Rhythm of Fighters for Android.

ROF is a rhythm game featuring music from a variety of classic SNK games. As you tap along to the music, your character will slug it out with an opponent in a unique combination of the fighting and rhythm genres. With a lengthy arcade mode and 14 songs for the initial price of 99 cents, plus extra song packs available via In-App Purchase, this game will keep SNK fans a-tapping for some time to come.

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29 min ago

Hilton's HHonors app could open hotel rooms for customers in 2015


Hilton Worldwide Holdings is prepping for a major technology update in its 4,200 hotel locations that could allow customers to do things such as open their hotel rooms with an Android smartphone app as early as 2015.

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38 min ago

Top app, device and accessory sales for July 28, 2014


Looking to gear up for the summer? We've got some new sales on Android devices, accessories, and apps that you may be interested in...

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56 min ago

The 2015 Cadillac ATS adds wireless charging that you probably can't use


Most Android devices that support wireless charging use the Qi standard (including the one shown in Cadilliac's own demo video)

Powermat and Cadillac today announced that the 2015 Cadillac ATS (and the 2014 Escalade as well) will have Powermat wireless charging installed when the car launches this fall. That is, you place your phone on a rubber pad, and it charges. No having to plug it in, and you can charge while connected to your car via Bluetooth. Which is nice.

Or, rather, it would be nice. If you actually had a device that used the Powermat standard.

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1 hour ago

Add a personal touch to your orders with Amazon's 3D printing store


Amazon has launched a new section of its retail website where customers can customize and purchase a number of 3D printed products, including items such as cases, holders and stands for smartphones and tablets.

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1 hour ago

Nokia X update brings more Microsoft, a new task switcher and store


The Nokia X line of devices is recieving a sofware update which adds a number of new features and enhancements. These include a number of pre-installed Microsoft services, as well as a new app switcher.

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1 hour ago

T-Mobile launches new plan to help families save some pennies


T-Mobile is launching a new plan aimed at families of four. Beginning this Wednesday, July 30, customers will be able to set up a four-line Simple Choice plan with 10GB of data for $100 per month. Unlike plans on other carriers where that data would be shared, on T-Mobile each line will get 2.5GB of high-speed data. The offer will be available until 2016.

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2 hours ago

The Walking Dead Season 3 confirmed by Telltale Games


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.

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2 hours ago

Researchers think they can triple your smartphone battery life — but it won't happen soon


A new research paper details the efforts of a team at Stanford University who are looking to create a lithium battery that, if successful, could lead to much longer battery life for smartphones and tablets, but it could take several years for that research to yield practical products.

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