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Dormi Baby Monitor now brings video support

Being a geek doesn't stop when you become a parent. In fact, your geekiness will become even worse once you have a baby because you'd want to be always connected to your child. Of course, you can't hand your kid the latest smartphone, tablet, or computer but you may use the most hi-tech toys, accessories, and anything digital or electronic in the baby gadget industry. Parents nowadays have no reason not to be in the know or connected from their children because of the gadgets available.

BitTorrent celebrates 100 million app downloads with version 3.4

There are around 100 million people (or devices) that have apparently downloaded the BitTorrent and uTorrent mobile apps, and the developers couldn't be happier with this milestone, which has more than doubled since their last announced landmark which was 40 million back in November 2013. And as a treat for mobile users, they have released version 3, bringing improvements to its core, as well as providing a built-in music and video player to make it easier to play your downloads.

Learn more about places with Field Trip’s Android Wear support

If you haven't yet discovered the joys of having the Field Trip app on your smartphones, now you can start receiving info about all the cool facts and tidbits in your area through your wrists. The Google-powered app has now included support for Android Wear, receiving the same features that you receive on your Android smartphone from the app, but optimized for your wearable device.

App Indexing shows apps not yet installed on search results, more installs for devs

Don't you find it annoying that searching for apps on the Play Store can be sometimes frustrating? The app you're looking for won't always come up on top of search results, you'd think Google should have known better. And if you're a developer, it can also be frustrating because you know your app is great but people can't find it. App Indexing is trying to change all that by improving on app indexing so more people can find and discover how cool your app is.

Jorno portable keyboard is finally here and it’s just $79 (for now)

When the Jorno portable Bluetooth keyboard first came out on Kickstarter three years ago, it was one of a kind, with very few like it available in the market. And a lot of people thought at that time that they really don't need something like it. Fast forward to three years later and several new players along for the ride, and Jorno has finally started shipping to its early (patient) backers just last month.

Zenonia S closed beta ongoing, launch anticipated within 2015

After years of nothing even vaguely related to Zenonia, Gamevil has come out in Q1 of 2015 with news of a new game called Zenonia S. The outfit will be undergoing beta testing this middle of the year, and we can probably expect the game to launch in Q3 or late 2015, depending on how fast they fix the bugs.

Table Tennis Touch update: 4,000 more devices you can play it on

Do you think you're a world-class table tennis player by now? Well, at least, by digital standards, if you've been "practicing" (playing) really hard on that Android game we told you about a few weeks ago. Table Tennis Touch is a critically acclaimed game that has just gotten an update that can add even more people to its roster, fixing some of the things that went slightly wrong with its first release last month.

Google rolls out new Android for Work app

Google has finally rolled out the Android for Work app on the Google Play Store. The search giant seems to be really serious in bringing reliable solutions to the business and enterprise. Just the other day, Google announced there will be a Chrome Live Event this April 23 focusing on the Chrome for Work. And now, the Android for Work is expected to help empower the workforce with more productivity and business tools to get your job done.

Meerkat live video streaming service now accepting Android beta testers

It's shaping up to be an almost battle between the live video streaming services. Twitter just recently launched their own service called Periscope, but they weren't the first one out the door. Meerkat caught mobile users' attention when it made its debut at the recent South by Southwest (SXSW) tech and arts festival in Austin. People thought that Twitter's entry into that still very small market will mean Meerkat will go away meekly. But don't count them out, as they have just announced that they are opening their Android beta for testers.
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