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Rugged Rovers lets you test and design your own space rover

Space travel and exploration is something that will never fail to fascinate humans, regardless if NASA discontinued their space program. And if you're one of those who are pretty much interested in that kind of thing, getting to design your own space rover would be a dream come true. You can actually do that now with a new Android game, even if it's just virtual.

GTA: Chinatown Wars now out on Android, finally

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, a diminutive mobile version of the global console and PC gaming phenomenon, was originally developed for the Nintendo DS platform in 2009. Consequently, it was ported for iOS and has been there for a few years now. Finally and officially, after four years, the game is finally available for Android.

Disney’s fun and safe game Club Penguin

Like all games, we can get addicted pretty quick. The concept/layout of a game keeps us coming back for more and that’s what Disney’s Club Penguin is doing for the kids. The game is for all ages but seems to gear much more towards kids. Think of it like a kids’ portal with a collection of games. Within these mini games you find yourself collecting virtual coins. You can personalize your penguin and keep it up to date with the latest fashion trend or decorate your igloo with the newest furniture.

Google Wallet to be accepted at Disneyland Orlando starting Dec 24

Families who are planning to go to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando this Christmas break will now have another option to pay for their tickets and souvenir items as they announced that Google Wallet will finally be accepted as a mode of payment starting December 24. This will also pave the way for the system to be applied to other Disney properties, but at a later date.

ZTE Zinger now available on T-Mobile Prepaid

Ah, Christmas gadget shopping season; the time when people look for a replacement for their older smartphone or a secondary unit (because why not) or an affordable device to give in to your young child's request for their own. If your reasons for Internet window shopping are the latter two, T-Mobile is offering ZTE Zinger, a budget smartphone, for Prepaid subscribers.

ZTE intros new voice-controlled flagship phone, calls it Star 2

ZTE recently introduced a new flagship phone in the form of the ZTE Star 2. This 4G LTE smartphone is voice-controlled, made possible by the Chinese manufacturer's very own biometrics voice integration strategy. The ZTE Star 2 features a brand new user interface that is customizable, better mobile entertainment experience, and a smart system-level voice control. This phone is a follow-up to the very successful ZTE Star 1 smartphone launched by the company last year.

Humble Bundle presents 9 games from Noodlecake Studios

The Humble Bundle has grown to be one of the things we love about the internet community, where you can pay what you want for a bundle of products – usually very nice stuff, for a price that you dictate, the definition of a very good deal. Humble Bundle is back today offering up to nine Android games from Noodlecake Studios.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic finally on Android

Perhaps the Force is not as strong on Android as we had hoped. More than a year after landing on iOS, and more than a decade since the original, one of the most popular RPGs in the Star Wars franchise has finally made its way to our beloved platform. Now you get the chance to play out your Jedi fantasies in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, but will you take the side of light or will you fall to the dark side?

Huawei Ascend GX1 rocks 6-inch screen with thin bezels

Many people like big screen smartphones commonly called phablets. When you are using a big screen device, you want lots of screen space but people typically want those big screens with small bezels to make the device as comfortable to hold as possible. Huawei has a new device that fits into the big screen and small bezel category called the Ascent GX1.

Meizu M1 Note makes a colorful statement for youngsters

Want a rather colorful smartphone that doesn't skimp on features but won't break your wallet like an iPhone 5c would? If so, and if you're in China, then Meizu has got you covered. Its new M1 Note, though probably a misnomer, splashes vibrant colors all over the place. But make no mistake to judge this smartphone by its case. Despite its youthful and almost frivolous appearance, this smartphone packs quite a lot of power inside, giving justice to Meizu's spiel of "Quality for (the) Young".
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