Asphalt 8's latest update hit the Google Play Store today, packing new courses set in Dubai, five new cars, and a whole new season with 74 events. Other updates since launch have added courses in China, added new multiplayer events, and tons of new cars. If you haven't given Asphalt 8 a shot since it came out, it's worth giving another go.
Asphalt 8 is an over-the-top free-to-play racing game. Grab power ups, launch off ramps to make the unlikeliest of stunts, demolish competitors, and upgrade your ride in the process. Obviously if you want to pour money in there to accelerate your progress, you're more than welcome to, but the vast majority of the game plays great as is.
How many of you guys have put time into Asphalt 8: Airborne? Digging the new Dubai courses?
Unlike, Apple, who made a big deal about introducing digital IDs soon in its Wallet App, Google has been quiet about its developments. Experts say that the company has other priorities right now and likely is focusing on privacy, an area that Apple already succeeds in.
Prime Day is just about to wrap up, and if you've been toying with the idea of trying a new computer, do yourself a favor and pick up a Chromebook tonight while they're on sale. Test drive Chrome OS before deciding whether or not you'd want it for your next main computer — I think you'll be surprised.
Ticketed Spaces are arriving on Twitter, giving hosts the ability to charge for access to their Space. Twitter says that hosts will receive most of the cut after app-store transaction fees are taken into account.
With the flexibility of Stadia, you can play all of your favorite games on your TV, phone, computer, laptop, or tablet easily. A Stadia Pro subscription includes some free games, but you can buy even more, ranging from AAA titles to indies and platform exclusives. Here are our picks for the best out there that you won't want to put down.