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Solve the puzzles, translate the language, in Missing Translation

Whenever you enter a whole new world, whether it's through a closet or a train platform, is always a challenge. Well, we assume it will be, based on the books we've read and the movies we've seen. But what if you enter a world where they have a totally difficult language from your own? Then it's doubly challenging. Those are the two things you have to overcome when playing this unique, new puzzle game called Missing Translation, now available for Android 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.

More Moto phones now ready to receive Android 5.1 Lollipop

Motorola's very own Senior Director for Software Product Management, David Schuster, shared on his Google+ page some news about the much awaited Android 5.1 Lollipop upgrade on their smartphones. Just the other day, the Moto X 2nd-gen Pure Edition was prepped for the said version and now these phones have quickly followed: 2nd-gen Moto E with 4G LTE, 1st-gen Moto G with 4G LTE, 2nd-gen Moto X, and the Verizon DROID Turbo.

Pushbullet gets an all-new design and improved UI

Perhaps one of the most widely used productivity apps out there is Pushbullet. This app has been updated several times throughout the years but the recent release is the biggest update yet. Before this one, Pushbullet has allowed replying to BBM and GroupMe, as well as, Hangouts, WhatsApp, and other instant messaging apps. Avid Pushbullet fans will see the noticeable changes right away as enhancements have been made on every level for both the iOS and Android versions.

India now gets real-time traffic update in Google Maps

One of the worst things about living in the city is getting stuck in traffic jams, especially if you're on your way to a crucial appointment. While India may not be considered the worst when it comes to traffic congestion, some cities in the country may very well be in the top 100 or something. That is why Google Maps in India has now finally started adding traffic information in 12 cities, helping drivers see real-time the conditions on the roads including all national highways and expressways.

Xiaomi launches in Brazil, brings entry-level Redmi 2 Android phone

We haven't heard much recently from Xiaomi the past months but we know the latest model, the Redmi 2, is arriving in other countries other than China but not in the US (not yet). According to Hugo Barra, they are still testing the market first if Mi accessories will sell or not. That's understandable because it can be a challenge for a new Chinese startup to just enter a big market like the United States.

Save 41% on the world’s smallest quadcopter [DEALS]

The SKEYE Nano Drone is a shockingly agile and tiny flying machine, perfect for performing airborne stunts. It provides high thrust, low weight, and features incredibly responsive controls that are complemented by advanced hardware to give the Nano Drone outstanding stability and maneuverability. Pick up the SKEYE Nano Drone, the world’s smallest precision-controlled quadcopter, and save 41% at Android Community Deals.

Developer for malware app settles out of court with FTC, New Jersey

You really have to be careful nowadays with apps that are promising various rewards and bonuses (and if they don't come from reliable developers). Chances are, they are either a fraudulent company or they will be unleashing a malware on your device that will eat up your battery or memory or worse, it might actually steal something from you. The developer of one such app decided to settle out of court with the Federal Trade Commission and the New Jersey government, and now they will never be able to create similar apps ever again.
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