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HTC COO steps down as trouble in paradise continues

With strong sales for their new flagship HTC One smartphone there still seems to be a little trouble in paradise. We're now learning that another high-level exec from HTC has stepped down. This time it's Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello, who isn't leaving the company but will step down and remain on board as an "executive adviser" moving forward.

HTC Paradise for AT&T heads to FCC

The HTC Paradise, a phone that has had alot of speculation and even was attempted to be sold on Craiglist before it made its debut, has finally made its way to the FCC. With its appearance on the FCC we have discovered some interesting specs. that we thought we might show with you guys. We're deaing with a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen, a 3.2 megapixel camera, WiFi, 3G, GPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, FM Radio, and an optical trackpad all packed with that QWERTY keyboard.

HTC Paradise and Fiesta prototypes crop up in wild

Two unannounced HTC Android prototypes have shown up in the wild, after reportedly being sold on Craigslist.  Believed by Cellpassion to be the HTC Paradise - a sliding QWERTY version of the HTC Aria - and the HTC Fiesta, the Paradise at least had been spotted in an HTC user profile back in January. Full specs for the two handsets are unknown, but the Paradise is believed to fall in line with the Aria - a 3.2-inch display, UMTS/HSPA, WiFi and a 5-megapixel camera - only with the addition of the sliding 'board.  The Fiesta, meanwhile, has a confirmed 3.2-megapixel camera but otherwise we're entirely in the dark.  Previous rumors had suggested that the handset - believed to be headed to AT&T - had been axed, so it's not clear whether this is a sign those rumors were premature or that this is an abandoned prototype. [Thanks Baz!]

Google announces Best Android Games of 2014

The year is about to end and Google is busy wrapping up a lot of things. It already released the the Best Apps of 2014 list and now this: the Best Android Games of 2014. We still don’t know what was Google’s criteria in coming up with the ‘Best Games’ but we’re glad a number of our favorites made it to the list.

T-Mobile adds Google Music and 14 other services to Music Freedom

T-Mobile has got more in store for faithful subscribers as it brings free Google Music streaming together with 26 other services. The carrier has been very generous lately by extending its Music Freedom service. The company decided not to count music streaming against your monthly data so more people are happy now.

Weapons throwing RPG game is what its name says it is

When the developers of one of the newest Android games were thinking of what to name their mobile game, they probably concluded "Heck, why come up with a complicated name when you could just easily have something that is self-explanatory?" Hence, the birth of Weapons throwing RPG (okay, we were just imagining the thought process that went into naming the game, but it works right?) which is exactly what its name suggests it is.

Must download game: Skulls of the Shogun for Android

“Skulls of the Shogun”, a turn-based strategy game built by developers 17-Bit, has had gamers on PC and iOS glowing with all the nice things to say about this game. It’s about time that it’s made the jump to Android, and not surprisingly, it is still as amazing as they come.
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