Jump’N’Shoot Attack summons you to defeat the evil Xatharr

You can't beat Louise Lightfoot as the "Master of Jumping and Shooting". You might get tired in real life but since this is just a mobile game, you can be like her and try to defeat the evil space mutants. The heroine's mission is to save the President of Earth 4. Game is set sometime in the 3000s with the Xatharr as the main villains. Don't expect full HD graphics on this one because of the pixelized retro gaming experience which will bring you back to your childhood.

T-Mobile shares customer-driven coverage map on website

If you're the kind of person who s always concerned with making sure that you're getting the best out of what you pay for, you're probably curious as to what exact coverage your mobile carrier is actually giving you. While this data may probably be found in their websites, they don't necessarily publicize that it is there, for one reason or another. T-Mobile, which calls itself an un-carrier, is breaking the mold by announcing an "accurate" version of this coverage map.

Google+ photos can now be viewed on Google Drive

We don't know if this might be the start of the "rebranding" of Google+, but it can be considered major news that the tech giant is now making your photos previously found only on the social networking site now available on your Google Drive as well. It's been long reported that Google is looking to make big changes to the way they organize and manage photos, and this may be the first step towards that.

Xiaomi launches the Redmi 2A in China, a cheaper Redmi 2

If the Xiaomi Redmi 2 is the Chinese manufacturer’s entry level phone, then what do you say to a cheaper variant of an entry level phone? Well, that’s what the new Xiaomi Redmi 2A is – a poor man’s Redmi 2, if you will. Launched on the occasion of the fifth founding anniversary of Xiaomi in Beijing, it looks like the USD$45 billion-worth company is feeling a little magnanimous and presented the low-end market with a real treat.

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra and C3 to get Lollipop update

The Android 5.0 Lollipop update has been official for some months now, but the roll-out to various devices has been going really slowly. In fact, Nexus devices, which understandably are way ahead of the pack, are already on the 5.1 update while a lot of other smartphones and tablets are still stuck with good ole KitKat. Sony just announced that its Xperia Z3 devices, namely the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, will finally be receiving the update, specifically in markets other than the Baltics and the Nordics.

LG G4 to debut in a global affair this April 28, possible specs listed on GFXBench

Ready for another flagship Android phone? LG is teasing us with an official 'Save The Date' invitation. The other South Korean tech giant is telling us that the next mobile device will be great. On the 28th of April, we'll be able to "See the Great, Feel the Great" wonder of their next flagship. No doubt that the next smartphone from the company will impress us because of details we've heard already at least as part of the rumors and leaks.

Gmail improved, view all inboxes in one place

Admit it. You probably have more than five e-mail addresses. Perhaps you have more Gmail accounts too now to take advantage of the 15GB free storage. Most people have more than one email used for school, another one for work, one for business, and one for personal use. You may have lost count and forgotten most of your passwords but the updated Gmail app has added some improvements to your inbox.

MLB Manager 2015 is a baseball fan’s dream managing app

Have you ever known a sport so radically inclined to numbers and data as baseball? We know of none that come even close to the dedication of a baseball fan to knowing batting averages and number of pitches thrown by their team’s starting pitcher. Translate that into a game app and you get MLB Manager 2015, possibly a micromanager’s dream app because of the sheer number of things you can manage.
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