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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Review – A midrange powerhouse

T-Mobile is set to unleash the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G tomorrow, March 21st in select locations, then nationwide on the 27th. This device comes to consumers with a upper-middle-class price, and the same can be said about its performance during daily use. This isn't the best on the market, but where are its shortcomings and is there anything it doesn't do well. That is the question most should have. Read on for our full review and thoughts.

SteelSeries Ion is the Android game controller you’ve been waiting for

Android gamers get it rough sometimes: since the early days of using WiiMotes and bulky add-ons to replicate a console experience, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play has been the only real solution for those who crave hardware controls. But the dearth of physical controls may be at an end, thanks to gaming accessory company SteelSeries. Known for their mice, mousepads and keyboards, the company is branching out into Android with its Ion Bluetooth controller. A few others have tried, but the Ion looks like the best option yet for serious gaming.

Samsung teams up with EA, offers Dead Space free on Android

If you've been following the increasingly popular set of what Sammy is calling "Samsung Apps" then you'll be happy to know they've added one of the biggest new games for Android to their list. Samsung has teamed up with EA Mobile and are now offering the exciting new shooter Dead Space for Android completely free. Sadly Samsung Apps is not currently available in the states, but many other users worldwide can participate on this one -- More details below.

5 things Android Community is thankful for this year

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the United States, which means a day full of hearty food, football and beating that crazy difficult dungeon in Skyrim spending quality time with friends and family. Our team of writers and editors is taking the day off, so we figured we'd leave you with a festive bit of good cheer for your spirited consideration. (Technically we've got one UK correspondent, but we're pretty sure he takes the opportunity to skive off and laugh at the colonials every November.) So, without further ado: five things we're thankful for in the Android world, and one for which we definitely are not.

Console sleeper hit No More Heroes coming to Android

As smartphones get more and more powerful, it's genuinely amazing the kind of visuals and game play they can pump out. Last week we reviewed SHADOWGUN, this morning it broke that Riptide GP is coming soon, and now we have news of Suda 51's inventive console game No More Heroes will be getting an Android version. The original will be altered into what the developer calls a "social assassination battle" game. Whatever that means.

Motorola ELECTRIFY Review [Video]

Let's go ahead and get hands-on with this above-average super powerful dual-core Android handset that'll make your robots explode with pleasure. This is the Motorola ELECTRIFY and it's being carried here in the USA by none other than U.S. Cellular. This is the first time we've gotten to see such an amazingly powerful device on this carrier, the ELECTRIFY running with the big dogs here with a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor as well as what Motorola calls Webtop functionality for a fully immersive multi-purpose Android experience, complete with Motorola's newest user interface to guide you.

Android Community Weekly: September 17, 2011

It's another round-up of this week's tech knowledge in this mid-September issue of Android Community Weekly! The Samsung Galaxy S II has finally made it's way to the states through the Now network, and the sign-up page is already live over at AT&T! T-Mobile has specs confirmed for its own device but sporting a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor opposed to the 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos. If you are looking to see an in-depth benchmark comparison of the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch and international Galaxy S II, then head over here for the showdown. Finally, you will be pleased to hear Samsung has already released the Epic 4G Touch kernel source to the public! Let the modifications begin.
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