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It’s back to school with the Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

What could be cooler than making your own Android app? Why, making your own Android game, of course! And now's your chance, again, to learn how. We're bringing back one of the hottest items off our Android Community Deals rack. Learn how to make your own game, with programming or not. Learn how to program for Android, game or not. Heck, learn how to program, whether it's for Android or not! All with our sweet Android Game Developer Bundle.

WhatsApp now available on desktop but only on Chrome (for now)

There are times that some intense conversations are better had with you typing away on your desktop keyboard rather than swiping away on your virtual one. Or there are also times when you can't use your mobile phone but need to keep a conversation going. If you have a WhatsApp account and Google Chrome on your desktop, that's now possible as the messaging service is now available on the Web.

Twitter adds recap of top messages, Tweet translation with Bing

Twitter has got some new tricks up its sleeves to make reading tweets easier and more convenient. The micro blogging site introduced a new feature that lets you view a recap of some of the top Tweets of the accounts you follow. Twitter also announced Tweet Translation, a special feature that offers translation of a Tweet written in a different language. With these two new important features, you won't have to miss any action in Twitter whether you are away or use a different language.

HTC leaks turn into a flood: One M9, One M9 Plus [UPDATE]

Although LG has said it won't be trying to steal the spotlight this coming MWC 2015, Samsung isn't going to get away scot-free. HTC seems to have quite a lineup prepared for the annual event and details about those smartphones are starting to inundate the Internet. We're seeing a couple of leaked photos of the HTC Hima, a.k.a. the One M9, with some rather unfortunate surprises. But wait, there's a plus, quite literally. We're now hearing word of an HTC Hima_Ultra, the One M9 Plus, that might have those features that the One M9 itself might not have.

Vany ring light brightens your selfies

No matter how you feel about selfie takers, the selfie is here to stay. I blame the front mounted camera on smartphones for the rise of the selfie. If you like to take selfies, you may be looking for a way to get better image quality.

Upp is an efficient, zero-emission portable charger for your device

With so many portable chargers and battery extenders in the market today, it's a sign that always being on your mobile device isn't just a want anymore, but a need (or okay, maybe a "really really really want" kind of thing). Sometimes, though, charging the portable charger itself can also become a problem, especially if there's nowhere to plug it in once you've drained it of all life.

Smart Document Scanner turns mobile device into a pro scanner

There are a lot of document scanner apps available for mobile but only a few are highly recommended by experts in the tech industry. The CES Mobile recently awarded the Smart Document Scanner developed by Softxpert Inc. as part of the top 5 apps by SAP's pick and the People's Choice. The app turns your tablet or smartphone into a portable scanner. Not that desktop scanners are considered passé but a mobile scanner is much more convenient today.

iRig UA officially arrives for Android

Up until recently, recording half-decent songs on Android devices was a huge trouble, as most musicians would know. Hearing about IK Multimedia's plan to release the its famous iRig for Android sure was a boost, as the guitar adapter was only had an iOS existence before that. Enter the the new iRig UA and the iRig Mic Studio, which promise to make digital recording and processing for guitar music on Android devices that much easier and several notches more exciting than ever.
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