Android

Save the earth from the aliens in Buzz Killem

War veterans can never really retire from the life, especially when an alien invasion is imminent. That is what our intrepid retired soldier discovers just when he was about to start sitting pretty while fishing. Buzz Killem is the latest game from Noodlecake Games, the developer of the hit game Bill Killem (yes, Buzz and Bill are definitely related) and this time, they're bring their retro-looking arcade platformer to Android smartphones and tablets.

Mortal Kombat coming to Android in April

Some of the newer generation gamers do not understand what the big deal was with Mortal Kombat. The graphics were meh, the gameplay was nothing new – maybe it was the uber-gory fatalities that did the trick. But whatever it was, it made Mortal Kombat a gaming staple for generations (until Street Fighter took over its mantle). So, more nostalgia to come as Warner Bros. Interactive is set to bring Mortal Kombat to Android this April.

Woolet may be the smartest wallet you’ll ever own

If you're the type of person who constantly misplaces your wallet, haven't you ever wished for the ability to ring it up so you could find it? As with a lot of digital "wishes" in our lives, some smart people have thought of developing that kind of tech, and now it's almost a reality. A Kickstarter project called Woolet is probably the "smartest" one in the market and if you play your cards right, you'll never ever lose your wallet again (well, unless you misplace both your wallet and connected smartphone).

Windblockers let you talk outdoors with less wind noise

Windblockers might look like carved Ping-Pong balls or those little foam orbs you get from the craft section at Walmart, but that isn’t what they are. These little devices are made to attach to your smartphone mic and block wind noise so you can have a clearer conversation without shouting.

HTC to replace One M8 with One M8s, newer but slower proc

HTC is set to gently ease out last year’s flagship device, the HTC One M8 – with the advent of the HTC One M9 and still a lot of M8 hardware probably in stock. The solution is to sell an HTC One M8 replacement in the One M8s – with most of the hardware the same, but going for a newer but slightly slower processor.

Sony Theme Creator Beta lets you customize your Xperia device

If you like to customize your Sony Xperia device and haven't been able to find a theme that really suits your tastes and style, Sony has a new program that you will love. The app is called Theme Creator Beta and as the name suggests, the app is in beta right now. As with any beta software, it might not work perfectly but it should function.

Bluetooth Keyboard BKB50 to go with Sony’s slimmest tablet

Sony may have just announced the world's slimmest tablet with the Xperia Z4 tablet, but already people are talking about accessories that can go with their future new gadget baby. Well if you plan to use it as your work station away from the office, then you definitely need the Bluetooth Keyboard BKB50 which can turn the tablet into a laptop/netbook so you can work easier and more conveniently.

Hands-on with the Lenovo Pocket Projector

Gone are the days when projectors are known to be always big and bulky. There are still many models in standard sizes but the trend now is for gadgets to be so small that they can fit inside your pocket. There is now a demand for small pocket-sized projectors if not being embedded on a phone or tablet. The latest to join the bandwagon is Lenovo with its Pocket Projector which was recently shown off at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

PhotoMath lets you become a mathematical genius in a few seconds

Have you ever encountered a math problem for work that suddenly got you stumped and unable to recall from your vast knowledge of college or even high school math? Well of course you can Google for the answers or post the problem on your social networks in the hopes that someone will take pity on your numbers-challenged self. But there should be an easier way than that right? Well, as they always say now, there's an app for that.

My Study Life lets you store notes, homework, classes in the cloud

Even if I'm happy and comfortable behind my laptop tapping away words for work, I sometimes wish that life was this easy back in school. You know, when I could bring my laptop or tablet inside the classroom to take down notes. And when I'm done with my class, I can enjoy browsing the Internet and continue doing my "research" because the whole school is WiFi-enabled. Yep, I'm part of the last generation of university students where owning a laptop was still a luxury and getting into the Internet required dialling into the ISP network.
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