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Mr. Muscle is one of the simplest one-tap games around

Are you looking for the next casual gaming flick to waste your time while on the bus or on the train? Look no further than Mr. Muscle, a one-tap, one hand game that has no pretensions of complexity. It’s just a wrestler that’s lifting weights, and you have to help by tapping in time. Plus, there’s a catchy comedy soundtrack that will stick to your head for hours after you’ve played. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Samsung tablet with Intel proc, 4GB RAM spotted on Geekbench

There have been rumors that Samsung plans to refresh its premium tablet lineup this year. And then we see this new device show up in Geekbench’s databases – a Samsung tablet that defies imagination, as it seems. It’s got an Intel processor and a whopping 4GB of RAM. What could this device be? Let’s take a closer look at the details.

The Aria adds gesture control to your Android Wear smartwatch

Truth be told, there were a couple of things manufacturers – and even Android developers themselves – were willing to sacrifice just to have a microcomputer strapped on to your wrist. In situations where you are doing stuff where your hands are busy (don’t get any ideas) like eating, brushing your teeth, playing ping-pong, or anything that will stop you from swiping your smartwatch to see notifications – we were willing to gloss over that. But really, someone should have thought about it, and it’s about time “The Aria” came out – because someone did think about it.

LG gives official statement on G Watch R ‘no wifi’ issue

It has been kind of a roller coaster ride, a soap opera if you will, regarding the “no wifi” issue on the LG G Watch R smartwatch. The owners of the undoubtedly nice LG G Watch R were expecting that with the Android 5.1.1 update to Android Wear promising WiFi connectivity, their smartwatches would actually gain that feature. Much to their surprise and disappointment, this did not happen. We now get a clearer picture with the official LG statement.

Peek into new Microsoft apps, Office Now, Revolve, OneClip

If you haven’t heard yet, there’s an ongoing revolution in happening in Redmond, specifically in how Microsoft is trying to win back all the consumers it pissed off with Windows Vista and the diehard fans who stuck with them even after that, but gave up with Windows 8. A new boss, a new outlook (no pun intended), and here we have Microsoft probably having a new lease on life. We get a peek into some of the productivity apps they’re planning to put out soon.

Let a hundred apps flourish with the Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

Summer is here, and with it come vacations and days of fun, some of which translate into some good old-fashioned gaming. But what if you're tired of simply being on the receiving end of such interactive content? What if you think you have the seeds of what could be the next Angry Birds, Candy Crush, or Clash of Clans? Then better roll up those sleeves (if you have any) and dust off that keyboard. You're gonna learn how to make Android games, or apps, with this Android Game Developer Bundle.

LG offers free extra battery, microSD for G4 buyers in US

Looks like LG is trying to use whatever marketing leverage it can to push for the sales of its new flagship the LG G4. It’s offering something juicy to the prospective buyers of the new device in the US. LG US is offering an extra battery complete with separate charging cradle, and an extra microSD that will virtually double your storage.

DxOMark outs ratings for HTC One M9, mild improvement from M8

DxOMark is one of the industry leaders in providing hardware ratings for photo imaging and video for mobile devices. Basically, they test the heck out of the device and rate it according standards based on common attributes in cameras – including contrast quality, color capture, autofocus capabilities, texture, noise and artifacts in the images, among others. Their most recent target is the current HTC flagship, the HTC One M9.
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