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Decode the quotes with Next Quote for Android

Has it always been your secret dream to travel back in time to work as a codebreaker during World War II or in the present time, to work for the CIA and help in creating and/or breaking coded messages from around the world? If your answer is yes, then you have to start practicing for the eventuality that someday, you might be called upon to serve your country. Next Quote would be the perfect app to practice on, and be inspired by great thinkers on the side.

All My Gods is a city building game with a Roman twist

There’s a lot to be said about some people’s fascination to become “gods”, to have control over the fate of cities and worlds. Thankfully, we don’t have to go that deep in this article – but only that the Android platform allows some of that to an extent. “All My Gods” is a new game which allows you to practice city building powers as a Roman god.

ASUS Chromebook Flip: budget netbook in tablet/laptop hybrid style

We somehow expect a lot from our netbooks nowadays, when before we only needed it for word processing and web surfing functionalities. But now we have a lot of high-end devices that can function as both a netbook and a tablet. Chromebook OS devices are also slowly growing in number, but they are either too expensive or on the other end of the spectrum, the low-end ones still leave a lot to be desired. But now ASUS is attempting to bridge the gap between premium specs and affordable prices with their new Chromebook Flip.

Chromebook gets cheaper, thanks to Haier and Hisense

People are asking if Chromebooks still matter. In the Android world, it's a 'yes' because the small laptops can run some Android apps. Chromebooks are now preferred in schools and small enterprises because they are affordable, portable, and very useful. For less than $300 or $200, you can get a Chromebook for all your mobile computing needs. They don't need to have high specs because the system does minimal performance. They don't need huge storage space because most programs are cloud-based.

ASUS intros Chromebit, a Chrome OS-powered HDMI stick

The smaller, the better. Computer nowadays don't need to be bulky. From heavy laptops, our mobile computers are smaller now than ever. We have netbooks, ultrabooks, and of course, Chromebooks. As for desktop computers, you don't need to get a CPU tower just to have a kick-ass system. You can either use your high-specced laptop, an all-in-one PC, or something as small as this: a Chromebit.

New Moto X now with red leather option in Moto Maker

If your favorite color is red and you're in the market for a new smartphone that you can customize to your heart's content (well, at least more than the others available now), then the 2nd generation Moto X might be the one for you. They're now introducing a red leather option when you "create" your smartphone through their customizable Moto Maker, branding it under their hashtag #ChooseChoice.

Get a preview of your next device with the Galaxy S6 Experience app

If you're still on the fence about whether or not you'll be getting the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge as your new device. there's an app for that now that might help you decide. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Experience has one main purpose only and that is to give you a preview of what you can expect from the newest flagship from the Korean OEM and to convince you that this is indeed the next buy you're looking for.
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