RetroArch Android update: UI overhaul, under-the-hood changes

Video game console emulators have made it possible for mobile gamers to make use of their smartphones or tablets to play their favorite games, without having to bring along their game consoles everywhere they go. One of the more popular and well-received apps that do this is RetroArch, which we mentioned as one of our favorites before. Now the app has received a long awaited update, bringing an overhaul of its user interface, as well as several under-the-hood tinkers.

Google Play Store’s free apps now available in Sudan

When Google promised that they are committed to "to helping more people around the globe use technology to communicate, find and create information,” they seem to be doing it one country at a time. Sudan was one of the few countries where the Google Play Store was not yet available, but now you can cross them off the list. Google announced that free games and apps can now be accessed by residents in the North African country.

Feel the platform runner thrill in WonderCat Adventures

Cats own The Internets. In some part of the cyber world, there's a community of all cats that have become so popular in the web. We're tempted to make our own 'cats' category here because there are just too many cat and kitten-themed mobile games and apps on Google Play Store. There are probably hundreds to thousands already and I know we can't feature them all no matter how cute, entertaining, and addictive they all are.

Samsung Galaxy A8 to be released this week in South Korea

Just days after the announcement of the SRP when it will be released in China later this month, the Samsung Galaxy A8 is revealed to also be coming to South Korea within this week. The Korean website announced that the OEM’s thinnest smartphone yet will come out in the local market by July 24, and users will be able to choose from white and gold colors and a 16GB or 32GB variants.

Znaps is a reversible, magnetic smartphone connector adapter

All of us have probably dealt with these things in one way or another: frayed cables, tripping on wires while charging, accidentally destroying the charging/data port of your smartphone. And when you look at Apple’s MagSafe power cord adaptor, you’ve probably wondered, “Why hasn’t anyone invented something like that for other devices?” Well, someone just did, and soon we’ll have Znaps, a magnetic connector adaptor that can be used either for lightning or micro USB ports.

Power Tube is more than just a portable charger

You probably think your power bank is such a lifesaver. It is but honestly, I don't have one yet. I haven't decided which brand and model to buy because there are just too many choices. I'd probably wait for this Power Tube, a smart portable battery project on Kickstarter that not only charges the phone but also analyzes battery health and works as a PowerPoint slide controller and even as a selfie shutter.

Kemco releases ‘Tears Revolude’ RPG, interesting new gameplay, plot

From time to time, you do get the odd let’s-try-something-new game from Japanese game developers Kemco – and this new RPG called “Tears Revolude” will certainly fall under that category. We don’t get knights and dragons and fighters and wizards at the onset, we get a guy trying to find lost art. While that may not be to strange or even too common, it sure piques our interest as to what the game has in store for this “lost art” guy.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is now out on Android, finally

For a game to be in development since 2013, it must mean that the developers took a whole lot of time figuring the game out and making sure it’s fit for gaming time. HeroCraft are not slouches as developers, so you could mostly expect a good game out of “Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf” – the game finally launching via the Google Play Store.

Try not to die as fast as you can in Stuntman Stuart

If you’ve always dreamed of being a Hollywood action movie stuntman but you’ve always been afraid of a little blood, the threat of impalement and decapitation, and maybe the possibility of dying, then you’ve probably made a good decision not to pursue that dream. Instead, you can just play a stuntman in a digital world, and with this new mobile game called Stuntman Stuart, you can avoid dying as fast as you can as you perform these death-defying stunts.