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Be the best speed racer in Rush Star Bike Adventure

Daring to go on a new adventure? Try Rush Star Bike Racing Adventure and see for yourself what this unconventional racing game offers. This arcade game makes you bike through areas unexplored and dash through different exciting scenes. Experience biking through blizzard-striken villages, railroads with boiling-hot magma, or rainy jungles with your HOVER STAR 9 bike.

Sony Xperia Z3 outperforms the Z4 powered by the Snapdragon 810

We were just speaking of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 in OnePlus’s announcement today that they will still be going with the embattled chipset (albeit claiming that it will be a new version of it, without the overheating, of course) with their upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 2. What now we have in this article is a simple real-world test of multitasking and app performance – the year-old Sony Xperia Z3 which sports the already dated but still highly capable Snapdragon 801, versus the new Sony Xperia Z4 with the Snapdragon 810.

Get your Jungle Force fit for battle in new Android game

They may look cuddly and cute (or at the very least, nice) but don't be fooled by the adorableness of these creatures. They are lean, mean, fighting machines. Well, they will be, once you've finished training them and upgrading their abilities and make them part of your team. Get to command this elite band of animals as you try to be the king of the jungle (not just the lion) in Jungle Force.

Google Slides updated, view notes and lists of Chromecasts

Google has made another update to the Slides app. It's one offshoot of the Chromecast idea that has brought casting more mainstream and more useful. The Chromecast isn't just a single dongle that lets you stream images and videos to a TV display. It's now being used when giving important presentations at work or in school. Mirroring is one easy way to "cast" but a dedicated app like the Slides will make the job easier and more convenient.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Google I/O 2015 Edition

This year's Google I/O has come and gone, and, as expected, it was a whirlwind of announcements, revelations, sessions, and workshops, all spread out in two days that feels somewhat too short. That said, this year's menagerie was relatively more subdued than the previous years, not because it was less exciting, but because it painted a more well-rounded and stabilizing vision and product line for Google For this week's special Google I/O edition, we look back at the highlights of Google's developer's conference, particularly on those that touch on our favorite mobile platform.

Google intros Cloud Test Lab to help devs test Android apps

Developing an Android app can be easy for some. There are thousands of app developers all over the world today and they all need to make sure that apps work on different devices. It's different with iOS developers because they only need to worry about a few iPhone and iPad models. But for Android apps, there are lots of models from numerous manufacturers.

Meerkat is now officially out of beta for Android

We still haven't heard a peep from Twitter's Periscope since they said they're working on it (that was last month), but its arch rival Meerkat is several steps ahead of them in the Android market. Just a few hours ago, they announced that the live video streaming app is finally out of beta and is officially live on the Google Play Store. The developers have been pretty fast in moving the app from the testing stage to beta and out of it in just a span of a few weeks.

LG shows you how to take better photos with its new G4

One of the key highlights of the LG G4 is that you can take great photos with it because of its various features. They have teamed up with photographer Colby Brown, and in the latest video released, he showed us some five easy tips to taking better photographs with your upcoming new smartphone. Although it's really more of a showcase for LG's new flagship and you wouldn't be able to use those tips if you don't have one, it's still pretty informative for those looking at improving their mobile photo skills.

HTC One M9 review; newer, but not much better

By now, you’ve heard both sides of the argument. Either the HTC One M9 is a fantastic update of the One M8, or it’s iterative and boring. The camera is either ‘just fine for normal use’, or severely lacking. On paper, the One M9 is more like a One M8 1/2, but often times what you get is more than what you see. Is the One M9 really a boring, iterative flagship from HTC, or is this One still worthy to carry HTC’s banners into Android battle?
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