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Hidden Temple lets you explore the deepest of the jungle in virtual reality

There may be a few virtual games available but we're certain that more and more developers will soon enter the VR gaming arena. For now, let's focus our attention on those devs and gaming studios that have already worked hard to release mobile games that will allow a unique gaming experience to those who have their VR devices. If you have a Google Cardboard or a Samsung Galaxy Gear VR, you are free to download and enjoy this new game called HIDDEN TEMPLE - VR ADVENTURE.

Spacecom will test your wits in this complex, starfleet command strategy game

First and foremost, don't be deceived by the seemingly simple gameplay of Spacecom because it's really not. This strategy game will challenge the ultimate strategist out of you in this starfleet command game. It requires you to make smart choices, movements, and even resort to deception to defeat the enemies and achieve victory. You need to focus, devise, and plan real-time tactics and try to learn from the military legends.

Facebook adds extra layers of protection with Security Checkup

With all the malware, viruses, and hackers going around, people are getting extra paranoid about the security of their digital devices, cloud hosting services, and even their social media accounts. Facebook is probably one of the most important accounts that you have that you don’t want anyone to hack (well, unless you’re actually not on Facebook) and so any news of extra protection for it is always welcome. The social media giant has actually added a new tool called Security Checkup that will make it easier for you to access these controls.

Sony to unveil something on August 3; might be Xperia C5 Ultra

We are not sure yet if it’s a new smartphone, a new totally different device, or just a brand new app for their users, but Sony is definitely up to something on August 3. They posted on their official Xperia Twitter account that there will be an announcement on Monday, specifically something that has to do with taking split-second photos, whatever that means. Whatever it turns out to be, you can bet that Android and/or Sony fans will be glued to news sites, waiting for what this announcement will be.

Samsung Pay to come to Europe with extended MasterCard partnership

Samsung Pay may not be the biggest yet, as compared to Google Wallet or Apple Pay (who are actually both not as big yet too), but eventually, it will get there. Once it actually launches, that is. And now, with an expanded partnership with MasterCard for the European market, it will eventually get bigger once everything is fully operational and functional. This partnership will allow those with Samsung devices to make purchases in stores around Europe, and eventually to all countries that support Samsung Pay.

Sony’s Concept for Android build now out on XDA

We heard about Sony’s new “Concept for Android” build a few days back, and we were kinda wondering what it was. A new software build, most probably. But they finally came out and said that it was indeed a new build for select Sony Xperia Z3 users – and in Sweden only, no less – that was closer to stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop than the usual Sony Lollipop build. That means most of the Sony bloatware and features were stripped out, and what you have is Lollipop, glorious Lollipop. Well, sort of.

Xbox Music app now known as ‘Microsoft Groove’

Microsoft's very own Xbox Music app for Android is getting a new name. Don't be surprised if you see 'Groove' everywhere because the software giant has made changes to some of its apps. Aside from the music app being rebranded, Xbox Video will now be known as 'Movies & TV'. The name 'Groove' may mean a lot of things but I'd like to think that it has something to do with establishing a habit or a routine. Music as a routine? Yep, Groove can help you with that.

Specs of Galaxy S6 edge+ camera leaked before August 13 launch

We’re just a few days away from August 13 which is the expected launch date of the phablet, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ (together with the Galaxy Note 5). So many leaks and rumors have been making the rounds of tech and gadget websites the past few days, and now, India’s export tracker Zauba has reportedly gotten hold of the specs of the upcoming device, confirming that it is just a bigger version of the current Galaxy S6 edge.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5, as clear as you can see it before launch

This is probably the ultimate device leak, when someone makes public your device image renders to be used for official marketing materials. Or at least makes a better job of doing high quality renders. This looks to be what happened here with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5. If you were disappointed at the quality of the leaked images that came before, well, this is your lucky day, it seems.
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