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Oppo officially announces new crystal-backed Mirror 5s

Chinese smartphone maker Oppo continues to try and make its mark outside of its native country by launching more new products, and unveiling it elsewhere as well. They have officially announced their newest device, the Mirror 5s, a 4G LTE smartphone whose looks can rival those of its higher end competitors. The specs itself cannot match them probably, but if you're in the market for a dual-sim, mid-range device, then you might consider this one, if you've had it with the other more popular brands.

Classic devices get Android 5.1, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy S II

Two old warhorses are getting a taste of Lollipop these days – the Motorola Xoom, one of Motorola (and Verizon’s) first premium tablets, and the Samsung Galaxy S II, the smartphone that started global smartphone domination for Samsung. These devices are ancient by current standards and have no right to be running the latest and greatest Android version, but it is a testament to their robust hardware design and the commitment of aftermarket software developers that this is even possible.

Groove Coaster 2 finally arrives for Android devices

You've probably seen it on viral videos from Japan's arcade or you've seen some of your friends on other mobile platforms play it on their devices. But now finally, the finger-tapping, rhythm-pulsating game Groove Coaster has finally arrived on Android devices. The mobile game has been upgraded from Groove Coaster Zero to Groove Coaster 2, bringing the same gameplay that has captured the attention of music loving gamers and now with an additional feature that might appeal to those who fancy themselves as ambient musicians.

Kill Me Again: Infectors goes on soft launch for Android devices

In the gaming world, a post-apocalyptic world almost always involves a dark, dreary environment, zombies or mutants, and a fight for survival. This new game, available for Android devices in selected countries, is no exemption. Kill Me Again: Infectors, from the name itself, is a creepy, brutal, and challenging puzzle-based RPG based on a future where only a few are left after a zombie apocalypse, and you are one of those who can survive, and so now you must protect the hapless humans before they get infected as well.

Be the best Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe: Strike, now on Android devices

The G.I Joe movies may have been less than satisfactory, both with critics and the box office, but those who are still hard-core fans of the franchise will always have video games to go back to. The latest mobile game from developers Backflip Studios Inc now bring you G.I Joe: Strike, bringing back the "iconic commando" Snake Eyes as he undergoes another covert (although it looks more overt than covert) mission against perennial enemy Storm Shadow.

New Universal ADB driver works for 522 devices

For people who regularly tweak their Android devices, the ADB driver (Android Debug Bridge) is an essential element of gaining control over what goes on with the connection between the device you’re tweaking and your computer. But too many times, it is just a pain in the backside looking for a certain device’s official ADB drivers, or at least, an ADB version that works with your specific device. The developers behind the Universal ADB Driver aim to lessen the frustration by giving you a driver that will work with most devices.

Out There back with new chapters, spaceships in Omega Edition

If you watched Alfonso Cuaron's award-winning film Gravity, you've probably wondered what it would be like if you were trapped in space, all alone, with just your spaceship with you. Well, you can live it out somewhat through the mobile game Out There. And the best news is that it now has an updated version with the Omega Edition, and it comes with updated graphics, new chapters to explore, and new spaceships to explore it with.

Classic rockers AC/DC finally arrives on music streaming services

Music streaming may be big business now, but not all artists are immediately on board to have their entire catalog available for the world on various platforms, without actually paying for them per se. There are those who take some time before finally allowing their labels to put up their music on places like Spotify, Rdio, Deezer, and Google Play Music (and now, Apple Music as well). One of the most popular rock bands in the world, AC/DC, has finally agreed to join said services and classic rock fans couldn't be happier.
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