Xbox 360 Guardian Game Being Ported to Windows Phone 7 as Planet Defender

September 25, 2010

Guardian is a defensive shooter game available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace. The description reads “Take command of an orbiting defense satellite in this action-packed planetary defense shooter. Blast away at waves of incoming asteroids and crafty aliens before they break through your shields and damage your planet. Scavenge powerful weapons from vanquished alien ships and turn them against your foes. Endless levels provide an ever increasing challenge. How long...
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Fingerzilla Game for the iPhone & iPod Touch (Video)

September 24, 2010

In this video, we demo Fingerzilla (iTunes link), a fun game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. “Fingerzilla is a fast-paced, explosive game of utter destruction. Using your own finger(zilla), rain fiery chaos down upon buildings, cars, and people. The interface is simple, but the joy of squashing your boss is priceless!” Check out our demo of the game below and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel...
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Shots of HTC HD3 or HD7 Windows Phone 7 Handset in the Wild

September 24, 2010

Some images of the HTC HD7 (labeled HD3) have surfaced in Taiwan. The Windows Phone 7 handset doesn’t appear to be much different than the HD2 or EVO 4G. Specs-wise, the HD3/HD7 will have a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of ROM, 576MB of RAM, 4.3″ WVGA LCD display, and an oddly designed kickstand. Most devices with kickstands have them near the bottom of the battery cover, while the HD3...
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Zombies!!! Game for Windows Phone 7 Teased

September 24, 2010

Babaroga is going to launch a zombies game for Windows Phone 7 and they just released this trailer for it. The game is appropriately called Zombies!!! and it’s based on the “hit” board game from Twilight Creations. I must say, all these recent previews of WP7 games and apps are looking lovely. Zombies!!! has an interesting style of gameplay, so we’ll have to wait for its release to make...
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Samsung Shows Off Android-powered Galaxy Tab Features in 10 Minute Video

September 24, 2010

Samsung mobile released a 10 minute long video covering every aspect of their upcoming Android-powered tablet, the Galaxy Tab. This is the first official hands-on video that contains a demonstration of every key feature and benefit of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It also contains information of the most frequently asked features from social networking sites. Most importantly, it highlights the value proposition of the Galaxy Tab: Advanced Media, Productivity...
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Android Game: Angry Birds (Video)

September 23, 2010

If you haven’t heard of Angry Birds by Rovio Mobile, then you either despise games or have been living under a rock. Although it took me until now to finally give in and try the game out for myself, it’s been difficult not to hear chatter over it. To be completely honest, I didn’t get the hype surrounding Angry Birds when I noticed how popular it was becoming for...
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Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G Hindered by Slow 150kbps Upload Speeds? A Fix is Coming!

September 22, 2010

The Samsung Epic 4G (Galaxy S) is a media-centric Android device in part because of its 1GHz Hummingbird processor and beautiful 4″ Super AMOLED display, but is it performing to its full potential? The simple answer is no, at least in regards to data speeds. Explainthefee, a site that made a name for itself after repeatedly demanding an explanation for Sprint’s 4G “premium data” fee, posted a video (below)...
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Sprint HTC EVO 4G & Hero to get OTA Update Today, 30FPS Limitation Lifted!

September 22, 2010

Sprint has confirmed that an OTA software update is going to be pushed to the HTC EVO 4G today, September 22. What’s in the update? Well, the 3.29.651.5 update brings a welcomed list of changes addressing bugs and performance issues. Although Sprint’s support site only lists two fixes for “Calendar event edit issues” and “Multiple Gmail account sync,” Engadget has obtained an internal Sprint memo which shows two more...
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Android Game: Backbreaker Football (Video)

September 22, 2010

College football and the NFL seasons are in full swing now, so why not play a fun game if you’re a football fan and have an Android device? Backbreaker Football, created by NaturalMotion games, is an arcade style game in which your only goal is to get from one end of the field to the other. It’s basically a run and dodge type of game. If you don’t juke,...
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Android App: Animated Weather from MobilityFlow (Video)

September 22, 2010

MobilityFlow has created one heck of a weather app for the Android OS and they dubbed it appropriately as “Animated Weather.” As you can tell by the name and our video review below, its main selling point is the animated weather effects. On first glance, you might think of this as an HTC Sense weather clone, but I prefer to think of it as something much more functional. Plus,...
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Android 2.2 Froyo Update Released for Motorola Droid X

September 22, 2010

As soon as the clock hit midnight, a full 12 hours ahead of schedule, the over-the-air (OTA) Android 2.2 update for the Droid X was released. Froyo is a nice upgrade over the previous build of 2.1, or Eclair. To update, simply navigate to “Menu” > “Settings” > “About Phone” > “System Updates.” Many Droid X users have been eagerly waiting for this update, so have it, folks. Enjoy...
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HTC Lexikon is a QWERTY Android Heading to Verizon, Says Leaked ROM

September 20, 2010

Verizon is getting yet another Android device and this time it’s codenamed the HTC Lexikon (pictured above). Big Red’s branding appeared on a rendered image of the lexikon within a leaked ROM package. It’s said to be an Android 2.2 phone with full QWERTY slide-out keyboard. Other specs include an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM 7630 processor (the CDMA variant of the GSM MSM 7×30), 5 megapixel camera, 4GB of internal...
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Twozaic Windows Phone 7 Twitter Client Demoed with Cloud View Feed

September 20, 2010

The developer of Twozaic, a Windows Phone 7 Twitter client, previously posted screenshots on his website, but today he finally posted a preview video of his unique app. Unlike traditional Twitter apps for iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone, Virtual Remote’s Twozaic offers something different in how it displays tweets. You’re not restricted to displaying a plain old list, you can also have cloud and histogram views. I’m not sure...
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Corona Shoot ‘Em Up Windows Phone 7 Game Previewed

September 20, 2010

SHMUP. Ever heard of the word? If you’re a gamer into shooters, then you know exactly what kind of addicting, high-paced action hides behind that genre. SHMUP is short for shoot ‘em up. In these games, the player faces hordes of enemies with tremendous amounts of firepower, which he/she must avoid at all costs. Think “R-Type” for horizontal and “Raiden” for vertical scrolling shooters. These days, SHMUPs can be...
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Sprint 4G Launched in Orlando, Now 53 Markets Strong

September 20, 2010

Today, Sprint officially rolled out its 4G network to the tourist trap known as Orlando. O-town now joins Daytona and Jacksonville as the 3 major cities to carry the highly coveted 4G power in the state of Florida. Sprint currently has two devices with 4G capabilities, the HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Epic 4G. Both are backed by the Android OS, but we expect Sprint to expand it to...
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