Pictures really don't do the HTC One M9 justice. You've got to hold this phone for yourself to really get a sense for the difference the small changes make. But we'll do what we can with some of our best shots.
As we're finally catching our breath after a ridiculously awesome Mobile World Congress, let's take a quick look at one of the hotter phones of the show. That would be, of course, the HTC One M9.
It's not a radical departure from its predecessor, at least in terms of looks. But when you hold it in your hand, you'll definitely notice the differences. Slightly smaller. Easier to hold. More definition in detail and design.
We've got just a few short weeks until it's released, and until you can get your hands on it. For now, enjoy this gallery.
Though details are still light concerning Google's planned MVNO ambitions, a new report out of The Wall Street Journal claims that the company's recently-confirmed foray into providing cellular service may only support Nexus 6 devices.
Role-Playing Games are unlike any other kind of video game. There are no attempts to feed the user into a perpetual adrenaline loop, no focus on demonstrating ideally calibrated hand-eye coordination, and attempts to reach into your wallet for extra cash in the middle of the game are few and far between. It's a genre of game that places a premium on the story, leaving developers open to be as graphically intense or as calm and straightforward as they feel necessary to complete the experience they are trying to draw you into.
Many of these games have existed on PCs and consoles for years, and with the meteoric rise in the popularity of mobile gaming it didn't take long for RPGs to find their way into the Google Play Store. Here's a good look at the best of the best in RPGs available for Android.
Gamevil was at GDC again this year, showing off a freemium puzzle game with some especially flashy fantasy elements. In Dungeon Link, players build a party of heroes who are placed on a grid with enemies. By tracing heroes from their origin square to the same-colored target zone, players execute attacks on enemies and eliminate tiles. The trick is, these paths will block off future lines of attack, so you need to plan ahead. If you've ever played the Flow Free or Trainyard, the strategy should be familiar. If you can manage to take out all the tiles, you can earn the big points.
Subway Surfers has picked up yet another update. By now you should be familiar with the cycle, and today we're being taken across to India. With the latest release installed, players will be able to tour the streets of Mumbai with Jay, the athletic champion.
EA has released the first major update for SimCity BuildIt. The release, now available for iOS and Android, adds Tokyo Town residential areas and the international airport. The new buildings with various upgrade levels (from classic Japanese homes to neon drenched post-modern high rises) bring a new look and feel that refreshes the game experience.
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