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AT&T, Verizon, update Samsung devices to Android Lollipop

And the Lollipops keep on coming. Two more US carriers announced that they are bringing the latest Android update to several Samsung devices. AT&T said that the Samsung Galaxy S 5 Active and the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will start receiving their updates starting today. Meanwhile, Verizon also announced that they are bringing Android 5.0 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 after rolling it out to other OEM's devices the past few weeks.

Microsoft, Cyanogen solidify “strategic partnership” for Android devices

It looks like Cyanogen is really hitting Google where it hurts most (well, as much as you can hurt this tech giant) as they announced a "strategic partnership" with Microsoft. This is also part of Microsoft's strategy to go beyond their own platform and expand their reach to other rivals, something they wouldn't have done years ago. But they have had to adjust to an environment they used to dominate, and partnerships like this one with Cyanogen is solidifying their strategy.

Table Tennis Touch update: 4,000 more devices you can play it on

Do you think you're a world-class table tennis player by now? Well, at least, by digital standards, if you've been "practicing" (playing) really hard on that Android game we told you about a few weeks ago. Table Tennis Touch is a critically acclaimed game that has just gotten an update that can add even more people to its roster, fixing some of the things that went slightly wrong with its first release last month.

LeTV looks to be a new player in high-end devices

It wasn’t too long ago when China-based brands like Xiaomi, OPPO, and OnePlus made their debut and sounded their challenge to the established order of smartphone manufacturers. These young Chinese companies were aggressive and were willing to sell devices that have the same or almost the same specs as the flagship and high-end devices Samsung, Apple, HTC or LG – and selling them at ridiculously low prices. It looks like we have another new player in LeTV.

OnePlus to launch two smartphone devices this year

OnePlus is still feeling the great effects of launching a solid product at a very affordable price. That is what the OnePlus One was, a robust phone with a great price – albeit with an epically difficult purchase method. You cannot describe how difficult it was to get this phone. That said, those that were able to get it were really impressed by it. For its second effort, people are expecting the OnePlus 2 this year, but the number “two” could have a different spin to it.

Cava Racing will challenge you to fly a spaceship smoothly

Here’s another mobile racing game that will make you spend hours focused on your tablet or smartphone screen. Cava Racing requires you to ride a spaceship and drive it through unique tracks. Finish the track provided but you need to learn all the curves and drive through those lines to raise your ranking. Actually, you’re not driving a spaceship, you’re flying it!

Sony (finally) rolls out Lollipop to several Xperia Z devices

Late last week Sony told us that they will finally be bringing the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update to several Xperia Z devices, although they did not give a specific date (probably to avoid complaints if it didn't pan out). But today, they are much more confident as they announced that the rollout for the update to the Xperia Z3 Dual, Xperia Z1, Xperia Z1 Compact, and Xperia Z Ultra will start today and will reach worldwide markets eventually.

Google Play Services updated with Trusted Voice

We didn't miss the Google Play Services 7.0 update but we're only noticing some new stuff in there. One of which is Trusted Voice that is actually a new smart lock entry feature. It allows voice control or voice command to unlock any Android device. It's a nice update but the full setting required wasn't easily accessible and visible in the app during the initial release.

Final Fantasy XIII now game-streaming in Japan to mobile devices

Imagine being able to play a massive console RPG like Final Fantasy XII – complete with gorgeous graphics and gameplay – on your mobile. Well, you can keep imagining as gamers in Japan have to deal with this being a reality, but only for them. Square Enix has just made available a cloud-based service that allows people in Japan to play FFXIII on their mobile devices. For real, yo.

Driver Speedboat Paradise lets you in the world of high-speed water races

High-speed races are usually a part of the arsena of every mobile game player. You see a lot of car-racing games out there, all vying for the gamers' attention. But have you ever done a high-speed race using a speedboat? That's what makes this new Android game different, as you get to race on water and in different locations around the world (at least, virtually). Will Driver Speedboat Paradise be your new addiction?
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