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Huawei Watch Gets US Release Date and Pricing

Huawei Watch Gets US Release Date and Pricing

Sep 2, 2015

Huawei has been on our radar of late (looking at you, P8 Lite); it’s Android Wear entry, the Huawei Watch, is now ready for the US Market.

Timeless Design

The Huawei Watch is inspired by classic, high-end wristwatch design and executed with the most sophisticated materials. In keeping with traditional wristwatch design, the Huawei Watch has a round face and body, standard lugs and a 42mm diameter. Improving on classic design, the physical crown is in the 2 o’clock position on the watch body, making it ergonomic and easy to use on either wrist.

Sophisticated Craftsmanship with Premium Materials

The craftsmanship of the Huawei Watch is evident in the materials chosen and the attention to detail throughout the manufacturing process. Both the scratch resistant, two-layer sapphire crystal and the 316L cold-forged stainless steel body construction are details usually found in premium and luxury watches.

Style and Personalization

Just as a classic wristwatch is a symbol of personal style, the Huawei Watch provides customization options to let individual style and personality come through. With six watch body and band combinations, consumers can choose the watch that’s right for them. The lug design makes it easy to swap standard 18mm bands for a classic, modern or eclectic new look. In addition, the Huawei Watch comes with a variety of watch faces that users can switch for different settings, moods or activities.

Rich Functionality

Running the latest version of Android Wear, the Huawei Watch offers the rich functionality consumers expect in a smartwatch. Features of the Huawei Watch include:

· 300 mAh battery offers up to two days of battery life with regular use, and fast charging offers 80 percent battery life in just 45 minutes, or 75 minutes for a full charge.

· Always-on watch face gives immediate access to the most important information a watch can provide – the time.

· Wi-Fi connectivity for instant notifications when the user’s phone isn’t in Bluetooth range.

· Bluetooth 4.1 LE enables users to pair directly to Bluetooth headsets and speakers to enjoy music on the go with or without a smartphone.

· 6-axis motion sensors automatically identify activity and provide accurate tracking.

· Enhanced heart rate monitor provided by one of the world’s most advanced heart-rate detecting sensor manufacturers delivers measurable health tracking.

· 1.4-inch AMOLED screen offers the highest resolution display of any Android Wear watch at 400 by 400 pixels with 286 pixels per inch.

The new piece can be pre-ordered today (on GetHuawei.com, Google Store, Amazon.com and BestBuy.com); general availability is set for September 17th. Prices will range from $349 to $799.

Google Play Music Offers Lunar Maps Album for Free

Google Play Music Offers Lunar Maps Album for Free

Sep 2, 2015

More free music!

Lunar Maps is free on Google Play.

SONGS

Great Cities

Magic Without Tears

Love & Desire

Drunk on You

One Night in 2046

This Is Moonlife

Strangers in a Fire

Diamond Seas

[via Slickdeals]

Google Maps Gets New Logo and More via Update

Google Maps Gets New Logo and More via Update

Sep 2, 2015

Google’s veritable mobile mapping utility Maps is getting some update love, and the new build is bringing a refresh to visually and under the hood.

Most prominently, we get a new logo; the new one retains the well-known color scheme, but adds in a new element.

Next, we get a fun feature: the ability to compare ETAs across different travel modes. In other words, when one plugs in an address (or otherwise accesses a destination), Google Maps will let one compare travel times for walking, biking, public transit and driving. This can be useful in any number of scenarios.

Finally, we get the ubiquitous bug fixes.

Google Maps continues to get better with every iteration; it remains free on Google Play.

[via Google Play]

FRAMED Review

FRAMED Review

Sep 2, 2015

Every now and then, one comes across an atypical game.

FRAMED is just that. It is an interesting comic-puzzle hybrid that manages to surprise every step of the way.

It’s about time it got to Android.

In this one, the game gets to the going quickly. To understand if to play it; it feels like an animated comic book of you will, with paneled cards sewing the action together. A scene starts, and then is replaced by another scene, which is basically a continuation of the prior screen. It pops off so quickly that the storyline, which involves a person on the run-type deal, becomes a sideshow… in a great way.

Now the main idea generally runs thus: on every “page” there is a fixed start scene and a fixed end scene. Between these two are any number of scenes that run together. Together, they all tell a story, but mostly with negative results with regards to our protagonist.

The main idea is to move and shift the middle panels around and retell the story — with a more positive outcome within the main adventure.

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So, when a page loads, it animates through the panels, and then one has to rearrange them until our protagonist makes it to the end with the abandoned item, past any people intent on apprehending them. There are visual cues that can help with arrangement; sometimes, stealth is useful, and at other scenes, running up behind an enemy and, say, thumping him over the head with a briefcase is called for.Again, the idea is to make the particular segment make positive sense. If one places tiles in the wrong order, it doesn’t end well when the play button is tapped.

The developer increases the challenges, with rotating tiles, spotlights and more.

So, in essence, it is a series of creative puzzles, with emphasis on “creative.” It’s interesting in the way the animations work well in different arrangements. It’s a heady experience, pretty unique and able to be enjoyed in groups.

The graphics do earn the “noir” moniker, and the original music enhances the whole thing even further.

In the end, it’s easy to fall in love with. I’d love to see a version dedicated to bigger screens (Chromecast? Amazon TV?), but even as-is, it’s veritable riot.

Alto’s Adventure Coming to Android Soon

Alto’s Adventure Coming to Android Soon

Sep 2, 2015

Great news from Noodlecake: Alto’s Adventure is in development for Android, and should be out on Google Play and the Amazon Appstore in the future.

Big news today. We are excited to finally announce that we are working with the fine folks over at Built By Snowman to bring the critically acclaimed Alto’s Adventure to Android and Kindle Fire!

No word on the actual launch date yet, but we’ll be watching.

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[via Noodlecake Post]

Lara Croft GO Review

Lara Croft GO Review

Sep 1, 2015

Lara Croft does seem to be seeing a revival of sorts on mobile, and Square Enix brings another take, this in the form of a staged puzzler called Lara Croft GO.

If this one brings Hitman GO to mind, don’t feel bad; it’s in the same vein, encouraging players to lead our main character from point A to point B, which is, in essence, the concept of the game.

Graphically, the game has a bit of an ethereal feel. Lara is decked out as usual, and the environment evokes abandoned temple, just as one would expect. The game visuals make use of virtual light well, and perspective is done pretty well, with simple sounds that frame the gameplay in an adequate manner.

With regards to gameplay, the main idea is to move. Lara can be controlled by dragging a path from her along pre-defined paths in the direction one wants her to go. Ah… but the paths are not so clear-cut; the interesting aspect is figuring out how to move on, past obstacles, natural and otherwise.

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The obstacles start off simply enough; the paths meander up walls, and then, there are gaps in the walkways that can only be manipulated by levers; the placement of the levers might require some back and forth to get through. Again, the idea is to make it to the end of a segment, and to move on. As one does move on, the challenge gets trickier: collapsing surfaces, multiple levers, diabolical serpents that can only be approached from specific angles and more. It all comes together interestingly enough, with simple progressions and well-designed mind benders that are easy to get into and enjoy in bulk. Of course, there are artifacts to collect and use along the way.

For a premium game, it does feel a bit short. This might be a testament to its addictive nature, but boy, those 75 puzzles go fast. The controls are as fluid as I would like.

On the other hand, the concept works well, and the self-contained nature is easy to like.

Walking War Robots Arrives on Android

Walking War Robots Arrives on Android

Sep 1, 2015

I had a chance to check out Walking War Robots on iOS a while back, and really liked the game a lot. In fact, the main complaint was the fact that it wasn’t on Android yet. I mean, Android users would love to partake of the fantasy battles involving manned mechs with urban landscapes serving as the battleground.

Well, the developer has rectified that. Walking War Robots is now out on Google Play.

EPIC ММО ACTION
Participate in epic, explosive multiplayer robot battles in Walking War Robots! Pilot a tough, towering battle robot and join the fight with your armored goliath to crush anyone who dares stand in your way. Team up and own the battlefield in 6vs6 domination challenges.

YOUR WAR ROBOT, YOUR RULES

Do you prefer to take out your enemies with long-range cannons, drive straight into the fray with short-range machine guns, or raid into enemy territory? In Walking War Robots, the choice is yours!

FEATURES

– Try out all 13 powerful robots in battle
– Choose between 19 different weapon types
– Use the extensive upgrade system to increase your robot’s firepower, speed and durability
– Face your enemies in 6vs6 team multiplayer with a huge range of tactics
– Build your own elite clan to fight like a pro
– Enjoy a spectacular 3D world of giant military battlefields!

What are you waiting for, pilot?

The game is free (with in-app purchasing) on Google Play.

Free Music! Playlist: The Very Best Of Ciara is Free on Google Play

Free Music! Playlist: The Very Best Of Ciara is Free on Google Play

Sep 1, 2015

If you are a fan of Ciara (or R&B in general, or the Seattle Seahawks even) this’ll be a treat: R&B star Ciara has a free compilation album out on Google Play, dubbed Playlist: The Very Best Of Ciara.

The list of songs are below:

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Gimmie Dat (Slow Bass Remix)

Love Sex Magic (Jason Nevins Sex Club Radio Mix)

Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone (Main Version)

Keep Dancin’ On Me (Main Version)

Work (Main Version)

Never Ever (Main Version)

1, 2 Step (Main)

Promise (Main Version)

Goodies

The Title

Turn It Up

That’s Right (Main Version)

Like A Boy (Jonathan Peters Deeper Mix 1 Club)

Go ahead and avail yourself!

Metal Soldiers Review

Metal Soldiers Review

Aug 31, 2015

When it comes down it, Metal Soldiers feels like a game one should be able to enjoy.

It comes in in 2D, with simple yet effective graphics, and smooth animations, with arcade-y sounds that ensconce the gameplay quite adequately.

The gameplay itself is a varied mix of elements which are all pulled under the canopy of a staged platformer. The first and overriding task it to travel as far as possible, and the control mechanism helps it along. There are buttons that control movement, firing and jumping.

So our hero moves from left to right; off the bat, one will run into the gaps, and the jump button is of great use here. It also helps one traverse some of the boxes, walls and such that make up the play area. Early on, the player also encounters enemy soldiers armed with guns. If one tarries in front of these moving soldiers, they will shoot our enemy off the platform.

Another obstacle that presents itself are drones which look to knock off the hero by contact. These are pretty smart in the way they come from the top and into range. One option to avoid the enemy troops and the drones is to jump over and out/run them, but this can get difficult considering some of the other elements.

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Another option is to use the gun our runner is equipped with; one shot takes out the flyers and soldiers when they are close enough, and can even be used to blow up the random drum and such.

There are also collectible goodies. Gold coins appear, and can be acquired by touch, as can be time clocks, which dd time. Time, you ask? Ah… yes… one concept is to move as quickly as possible, because there is a countdown clock. Now, one can extend time by collecting aforementioned clocks, but when one adds in the other variables — other obstacles, collectibles, etc. — one has to pick and choose what to pursue. Assuming one is able to keep going past the obstacles (and yes, they do get worse), time running out ends the run.

Collected gold can be used to get boosts, extend runs and such. Altogether, it is a simple game that feels particularly well-rounded.

Novatel Wireless Mobile Hotspot Hardware Review

Novatel Wireless Mobile Hotspot Hardware Review

Aug 31, 2015

It’s all about the connectivity.

You can pack as many devices and peripherals as you can handle, but without a connection to the World Wide Web, you’re only s good as the information on hand… and what fun is that?

Nah. We need to get online, and even on wi-fi only smartdevices, a secure connection away from home base is beneficial. And, as we like to muse, being restricted to using insecure public networks has its drawbacks.

And then we have solutions like the Novatel Wireless Verizon Jetpack Mifi. It’s a small mobile wireless hotspot, capable of connecting to up to 15 devices on the go, using cellular networks to spit out 4G speeds.

The review unit Novatel sent us contained the puck, power adapter, USB cable and paperwork. At 2.6 x 3.7 x 0.76 inches and under 5 oz, it’s pretty compact, mostly black and red with white lettering plus a prominent screen and navigation buttons. It has ports for micro-USB charging port, a USB port and a 4,000 mAh li-ion Battery user serviceable battery.

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After an obligatory charge, it’s nice to know the unit is ready to go. The screen is bright, and connecting devices to it is intuitive to anyone who’s ever connected to a wi-fi network. The navigation buttons allow one to scroll through pertinent information.

Now, hooking into Verizon’s network definitely has its benefits; on the road and moving across states, a good connection was mostly maintained on the major highways, though there were dead spots on some remote rural rural routes and the occasional hand-off stuttering between towers. It worked well with eight devices connected simultaneously, allowing for each to stream videos, play connected games and such. Downloads of data did seem faster with less devices connected, but overall, the speeds were pretty fast, especially in metro areas.

Using it as a stationary hotspot was pretty impressive when a connection was established. Connection quality remained consistent, and re-connecting was mostly automatic when toggled to do so from the device. The access control is easy to manage and works well. The ability to toss it one;s bag (or even pocket) is invaluable. The battery life is better than decent, and the device charging ability adds another layer of built-in functionality.

It’s one of the better solutions we’ve tried; it merges great hardware with consistent service in such a way that it feels like an easy addition to one;s mobile workflow versus an unneeded extravagance. Forgive us for saying it again, but Verizon’s network is a huge advantage that adds to its overall charm.

Pocket Platoons Launches on Android

Pocket Platoons Launches on Android

Aug 31, 2015

En Masse Entertainment, the crew behind hit game Fruit Attacks, is back with a new game we’ve been eagerly waiting for called Pocket Platoons.

Are you looking for action? Here’s your chance to take command of your own pocket war. Deploy units strategically to maximize strengths and minimize weaknesses. Recruit, train, and control an unstoppable military force! Victory is at your fingertips!

Construct a base of operations and prepare for battle. Rally your troops to smash the enemy or train them to defend your position. Promote officers to customize their skills. Develop tactical strategies to make your army be the best it can be!

There’s strength in numbers! Team with allies and create coalitions. Combine forces with your friends to fight for victory against opposing players. Go forward together to defeat the enemy’s secret weapon.

Are you ready to answer the call? Assault Normandy with the Allies or stand your ground with the Axis! Take control of the battle to turn the tide or sit back and watch the action unfold. Choose a side and fight for supremacy of Europe!

The game is available now on Google Play for free (with in-app purchases); an Amazon Appstore release is slated to follow “soon.”

Look out for our review, which should be out shortly.

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Geometry Wars 3 Goes on Sale

Geometry Wars 3 Goes on Sale

Aug 30, 2015

The excellent arcade shooter formally known as Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is a blast, and it’s even cooler on sale.

Currently, it can be procured for $1.99, a special sale price on Google Play.

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved includes all of the great content & features from Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and more:

• Over 100 total levels

• Classic arcade levels inspired by franchise heritage

• 15 3D grids and 12 battle modes including Pacifism, King, Claustrophobia 

• 6 unique companion drones including Attack, Collect, Ram, Snipe, Defend, and Sweep 

• 5 devastating super abilities including Homing, Black Hole, Turret, and Detonator

• “Hardcore” mode for Geometry Wars purists with no drones or supers and a separate leader board 

• Compete with friends and other players on global leaderboards for every level in the game

• Dual and single-stick touch control configurations

• Bluetooth controller support

• Sign in to Google Play to save your progress and pick up where you left off across multiple Android devices.

So get it while the 50% off getting is good!

[via Slickdeals]