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Samsung developing flexible ‘rollable’ batteries

Say what you want about Samsung, but these guys have invested a ton of what they earn in profits back into their in-house R&D – which is why they don’t rely so heavily on outside suppliers all that much. The Galaxy Note Edge is really a shining evidence of how they have furthered their in-house AMOLED technology. But Samsung won’t stop with display technology – it is reportedly investing much in flexible batteries, the kind you can use with action-type wearable devices.

The Silent Age Chapter Two :more dystopian puzzles to solve

If you enjoy mobile games that are not endless runners or murderous pigs or fruits that need to be sliced or zombies that need to be killed, then you would have enjoyed The Silent Age. And if you did enjoy the, well, eerie silence of that game, then you'll be happy to know that the second (and final! Boo!) episode is now upon us, ready to let you solve the mystery of what happened to our planet and save whatever is left of mankind. Oh, and you get to play a janitor the whole time. (Not that there's anything wrong with that, really).

AutoInput plugin automates almost any app, no root needed

Let us bottom-line this for all of you out there – if you’re wondering what’s so amazing about the Android OS (and ecosystem), it is because of rockstar developers like “joaomgcd” who developed a lot of the AutoApps plugins for Tasker like AutoVoice, AutoRemote, and AutoNotification. He’s back with a new one – AutoInput – which is another Tasker plugin that will allow you to automate clicking on app buttons and typing text on input fields.

LG HD MiniBeam projector produces 300 lumens

There have been tiny projectors floating around for a long time that are designed to connect to your smartphone or tablet to give you larger images to enjoy. A new projector has landed from LG called the HD MiniBeam PH300 has launched and it promises some really nice features and would be great for projecting images from your smartphone or tablet.

MultiROM now ported for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2

We’ve been giving you a lot of updates regarding which devices now have working MultiROM ports just because we understand that sometimes productivity demands being able to tweak an OS just the way you want it. Or maybe because being able to boot into different ROMs without deleting your OS is just a cool thing to do. Whatever it is, we’re adding to that list today with a MultiROM port for the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Whisper calls The Guardian piece on privacy issues ‘vicious lies’

Whisper, the app that lets you post whatever you want under the guise of anonymity, says that a recent Guardian piece, which accuses them of various privacy violations, is a pack of "vicious lies." The British newspaper recently claimed to have inside information that despite the premise of the app, they were tracking user information and even going as far as giving out details to various government agencies. Officials from the app immediately refuted these accusations and will give out further statements to prove their innocence.

Google not locking down Android, coming to TVs and cars in the near future

Google will soon take over the world. The search giant is bent on bringing its Android platform into other devices aside from smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches. Soon, we’ll see Android-running cars, TVs, appliances, and more. When it comes to cars, there’s already the Android Auto being employed in the latest Honda vehicles. Android Wear can now be found on watches while the OS version for Android TVs is still being developed.
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