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Mold On Pizza is a tower ‘offense’ game, with weird ingredients

In every slice of pizza, a microscopic battle rages on far from your sight – mold tries to take over the pizza slice while preservatives try to wipe the mold out. At least, that’s what Korean-based gaming outfit BTNcafe wants you to imagine. Imagine a tower defense game, but this time you get to be the one on attacking the towers. If you can imagine that, you’re on your way.

HTC Internet browser app arrives at the Google Play Store

This new HTC app that recently debuted at the Google Play Store is actually the HTC Sense built-in internet browser, just that it is now being made available for download via Android’s favorite virtual app market. If you have an HTC smartphone, you can easily grab the app now, which goes by the name “HTC Internet”.

Google Classroom app now available for Android and iOS

Google Classroom was introduced back in May 2014, providing a more efficient way to save on paper and strengthen communication between educators and students. The service allowed teachers to assign digital assignments and monitor students' progress. Since then, the service has become available for Android and iOS devices. There has always been an issue with using phones in class - now students have an excuse. Instructors would most likely encourage phone use now if they plan on adapting to the Google Classroom service.

Sony’s Xperia phones to join in effort to provide cure for diseases

“Protein folding” is not a new concept – this refers to the way our bodies proteins fold into different forms that correspond to different body parts. A mistake in this folding process actually contributes to diseases and bodily malfunctions like Alzheimer’s, so it unlocking the secrets in this folding process is key to medical professionals and scientists providing cures and solutions for said diseases. But where does your Sony Xperia phone come in?

Hands-on with the Livescribe 3 Smartpen at CES 2015 [UPDATE]

Last year, the Livescribe 3 was launched – an interesting little toy that digitized your handwriting. One slight problem, the app and the smartpen was compatible only with iOS devices. Now CES 2015 comes rolling in and brings with it Android compatibility for the Livescribe 3, and we got some alone time with the gadget at the CES floor in Las Vegas.

Install Google Play on your Amazon Fire Phone

The Amazon Fire Phone is a neat little device, with its robust specs and proprietary but efficient Fire OS. The “proprietary” part – which means the device is locked to Amazon’s App ecosystem – also means that the phone does not have full access to the Google Play Store, until now, that is.

This flashlight app uses your phone’s power button as trigger

Carrying your phone is a part of you and it feels awkward when you don’t have it. Your phone also becomes a tool when you need to improvise. Using it as a flashlight is probably the most common thing when you need light. Whether it’s just turning on your screen from sleep or actually tapping into the camera flash, we all use some sort of light source from our phones. The Power Button Flashlight/Torch app on Google’s Play Store can help you out when you’re in a dark situation.

Google adds more countries for carrier billing and Play Card

Since a lot of people are expected to buy smartphones and tablets this coming Christmas season, it's important for Google to have as many payment options as possible for those who want to purchase apps and games. There is still a huge segment of the market that don't have credit cards, so other options should be available. The tech giant has added even more carriers and countries to their growing list where users can use their carrier and Google Play Cards to purchase digital content.

Amazon app axed from Play Store, returns as shopping-only app

If you praised the Amazon overlords for pooling almost all their retail offers, both physical and digital, into a single Android app, you might start hurling profanities at this latest development. Though you might be hurling them at the wrong people. Amazon's revamped Appstore was apparently removed from Google Play Store because Google subtly changed one of its criteria for allowing apps on Google Play Store. Now the Amazon app has returned, sans the ability to buy apps and games.
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