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Z: Steel Soldiers reboot and T.E.C. 3001 games hit Android

If you are in the mood for new games that have robots as the main focus, we have two for you that our sister site SlashGear has reviewed recently that are available for Android devices. The first of the games is Z: Steel Soldiers and it follows a troop of robotic soldiers that are fighting to win. The game promises a new breed of robots with a taste for war and you can customize your own robotic soldiers.

Nexus X (Nexus 6) set to be released by end of October

We’ve been calling it the Nexus 6 for a while, but apparently, its final name will not be that at all. Although there is still no final name for the upcoming new Nexus device, at least internally, Motorola will be calling it the Nexus X. Sources are also saying that it is set for release by Halloween this year, but don’t expect any big announcement as this is set to be a “secret launch” just like what they did last year with the previous gen, which was, of course the Nexus 5.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser banks on crafting using S-Pen

As D-day fast approaches, Samsung fans are waiting with bated breath on what the long-teased about Galaxy Note 4 will bring. On September 3, all will be revealed, but until then, we have to deal with all the leaks, speculations and teasers that are coming our way. One of the latest official teasers is a short video, part of their Ready To Note campaign, that crafting is a cognitive ability and how the S-Pen can bring it to digital life.

OnePlus’ summer photo contest to give away 10,000 “invites”

Are you looking for a new smartphone that isn’t part of any of the established OEMs? Do you have a ton of summer photos just waiting to be uploaded? Do you like taking part in unique marketing gimmicks? Then you still have a few more hours to join OnePlus’ Summer Shots contest as it is as easy as uploading a photo on social networks and putting on some hashtags. The prize? They’re giving away 10,000 free invitations to be one of the first thousands to own their smartphone called, you guessed it, OnePlus One.

Meizu MX4 images leaked, good view of back cover

If you think that only the big players are excited for IFA 2014 then you’d be wrong. Some of the ambitious Chinese manufacturers are looking to impress in Berlin as well. Specifically for this article, we take a look at some newly leaked images of what is purportedly the high-end Meizu MX4, the outfit’s new flagship.

OmniROM extends contact grouping to external syncing

Our phonebook lists have probably grown so long that the only way to tame these wild beasts would be to corral them into groups. While Android's People contacts app does have that capability, it is limited only to Google's proprietary syncing service or Microsoft Exchange. Ever an advocate of open source solutions, OmniROM has introduced a patch that opens the doors for other external syncing services to get the same functionality.

Malaysian retailer advertises availability of Samsung Galaxy Mega 2

Though there has been no formal announcement from Samsung regarding this newest phablet, apparently the Galaxy Mega 2 is now available in Malaysia through authorised reseller SenHeng. Unless they jumped the gun in advertising the smartphone’s availability, this indicates that they are the first country to have officially released the newest member of the Galaxy family.
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