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  • Android News

    by Published on November 19th, 2014 22:07
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    Did you plunk down $39 for Amazon's Fire TV Stick as soon as you heard about its promise of low-cost, full-featured streaming? If so, we have good news: as promised, Amazon has started shipping its Chromecast rival to people who ordered early. Unfortunately, those are the only people who can expect to get a Fire TV Stick in the near future... or any time this year, for that matter. Amazon is telling new customersthat their orders won't ship until at least January 15th, 2015, or well after everyone has unwrapped their holiday presents. Unless your gift recipients are cool with IOUs, you'll have to snag a Chromecast, a Roku Streaming Stick or another "close enough" alternative.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GDQ0RMG
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    by Published on November 13th, 2014 01:34
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    Asus has announced the availability of its new MeMo Pad 7(ME572) exclusively from John Lewis.
    The tablet runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and features a seven-inch Full HD IPS display with a resolution of 1920x1200.

    It also comes with a 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3560 processor, which can run up to 1.83GHz.
    The MeMo Pad 7 has a 5MP rear facing camera and a 2MP front facing camera, plus it is slim and lightweight with a width of 8.33mm and a weight of 269g.
    Anand Unadkat, account director at Asus, said: “We are pleased to secure the MeMO Pad 7 deal exclusively with John Lewis, as this is not only a fantastic device, but one that is perfectly suited to the John Lewis customer."
    Megan Moseley, tablet buyer at John Lewis, added: “The ME572 is an exclusive and thoroughly exciting collaboration between John Lewis and Asus, as we continue to bring the latest and greatest technology to our customers.”
    The Asus MeMo Pad 7 is available now in three different colours, including Rose Champagne, Burgundy Red and Gentle Black for £179.99, exclusively from John Lewis.

    http://www.johnlewis.com/search/asus...questid=332568
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    by Published on November 4th, 2014 22:54
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    If your Fire TV box regularly doubles as a game console, today's your lucky day. Amazon has released an update that lets you play a wide range of "tablet-style" games so long as you have the media hub's official game controller; you don't have to worry about tracking down gamepad-friendly titles. It's a worthy upgrade if you aren't an avid gamer, too. You can now mirror the screen of any Android device, not just those linked to your Amazon account. Also, you can bring your set-top with you from the US to the UK, or vice versa -- if you move across the Atlantic, you won't run into trouble. The Fire TV upgrade should be live right now, so have at it if you're an owner.


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    by Published on October 30th, 2014 22:55
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    Itching to strap Samsung's 3G-equipped Gear S smartwatch on your wrist? If you're in the US, you'll only have to wait one more week. The cellular-capable timepiece is now officially slated to reach American stores on November 7th, including Best Buy, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Just how much you'll pay depends on your choice of network. Verizon hasn't mentioned pricing just yet, but AT&T will sell the Gear S for $200 on a two-year contract; Sprint and T-Mobile will offer the wristwear on monthly installment plans that have you shelling out respective totals of $384 and $350. That's a lot to pay in the current smartwatch market, but this is also one of the few wearables that lets you leave your phone at home.

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    by Published on October 23rd, 2014 21:44
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    Amazon Fire TV has launched today in the UK, following its US release in April.
    The Android-powered device streams movies and music, and also includes a game store enabling customers to purchase and play games through their TV.
    The Fire TV is available to buy now for £79.99 and launches with a number of entertainment apps, including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Sky News, Vevo and Spotify, with the likes of STV Player and Demand 5 set to follow later.
    A number of games are also available from day one, including the likes of Minecraft (£4.99), The Walking Dead (Episode 1 free), and Grand Theft Autos III (£1.69), Vice City (£1.69) and San Andreas (£1.99).
    However, some games will require a separate game controller, also released today and priced at £34.99.
    In April Amazon released a video showing some of the games being developed for Fire TV including Sev Zero, a platform exclusive third-person shooter similar to Gears of War.
    Back in February, Amazon acquired Killer Instinct developer Double Helix Games, stating the purchase was part of its "ongoing commitment to build innovative games for customers".

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00KQEJBSW ...
    by Published on September 26th, 2014 22:10
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    For those who know me know ive been a fan of emulation for 20 years or more, the reason i started a videogames website was purely because i like to play emulators of old consoles on a single device.

    Recently the homebrew/emulation scene has been stagnant, no real breakthroughs means that the best way is to buy a device that is made for emulation fans like myself, i reviewed the JXD S7300 Android Tablet and for a fan like me i loved it. The Android tablet was for me perfect, the mixing of old style controls and touchscreen inside an Android OS and with Gamecenter X you could download games onto your console with no messing around, the console/tablet game with Android/N64/Megadrive/Arcade/GBA and Nes Emulators with games built in, beyond awesome.

    But JXD since then have brought out a new and improved JXD S7800b Gaming Tablet which features PS1, MAME, Dreamcast, N64, NeoGeo, Atari, NES, SNES, Gameboy, Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Advance, SEGA Master System, SEGA Mega Drive, CPS1, CPS2, Amiga, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum Emulation to name just a few, am i salivating ?, hell yes.

    The JXD S7800b Gaming Tablet has a 7" 1280x800 IPS 5 Point Multi-Touch Capacitive Screen, RockChip RK3188 QuadCore 1.8GHz CPU - 2GB DDR3 RAM - 8GB Memory, Network Wi-Fi(802.11 b/g/n), External Ethernet,3G with Dongle and runs Android 4.2.2 Jellybean OS.


    So this Android Tablet runs one of the latest versions of the Android OS plus comes built in with all them emulators and you can do what you would expect from a normal Android Tablet.

    If i can snag one for review ill put it through its paces but for now check out the JXD S7800B at Funstock in the UK
    by Published on September 23rd, 2014 22:09
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    Good news: if you want Samsung's slimmer, ritzier Galaxy Alpha in the US, you won't have to beg your Canadian friends to ship an unlocked unit across the border. AT&T hasrevealed plans to carry the Alpha starting on September 26th, the same day it launches up North. Be prepared to pay a premium for this compact yet speedy Android phone, though. The Alpha will cost $200 on a contract, or $613 contract-free. That's not much different than what you'd pay for the larger, slightly more powerful Galaxy S5 -- you'll have to really value the Alpha's metal-clad design for AT&T's pricing to make sense.

    http://www.att.com/cellphones/samsun...id=Fw1n8p8qKds
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    by Published on September 19th, 2014 21:36
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    Leading retailer and growing platform holder Amazon has announced a complete refresh of its Fire tablet and Kindle ereader range.
    Leading the charge is its iPad Air rivalling Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, which offers a super hi-def 2560x1600 pixel display – that’s 1m more pixels on screen than can be found on Apple’s machine.
    Also revealed is a Bluetooth keyboard that seemingly fronts up to Microsoft’s Surface Pro range.
    The Fire HDX 8.9 is due for release in October, leaving very little wriggle room before Apple unveils its new iPad at the end of the same month.
    Also revealed is the Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition, although that’s currently without a UK release date. The existing Fire tablet has been rebranded as the Fire HD 6 Tablet and can now be had for £79 for the 8GB model and £99 for the 16GB. It’s available in five different colours.
    There’s a new Kindle on the way too in the form of the Kindle Voyage. At 7.8mm thick Amazon reckons it’s the thinnest ereader ever. It also offers a 300ppi display behind a new glass screen and a new page-turning mechanism called ‘PagePress’ that offers two haptic buttons on either side of the device.
    The Kindle Voyage will cost £169 and will arrive early next month, alongside an updated version of the current Kindle Paperwhite for £109 and a revised standard Kindle for £59.
    Amazon will also next month release its Fire TV and Fire Phone in the UK.
    "The team has packed an incredible amount of technology and innovation into the new Fire HDX-an incredible HDX display,” Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos said.
    “A powerful quad-core processor, a 70% faster graphics engine, exceptional audio, and faster Wi-Fi-and it's still startlingly light. Fire HDX combines excellent hardware with exclusive features from Fire OS4 including Firefly, the Mayday button, Family Library, ASAP and more."
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KC6KMW...pf_rd_i=468294
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    by Published on September 9th, 2014 22:23
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    We had a few problems with Amazon's Fire phone, but one of the biggest was its steep asking price; $200 on contract (or $650 off) is a lot to pay for mid-range hardware with perspective effects thrown in. That won't be a problem after today. The online retailer has just slashed the price of its first handset down to 99 cents on a two-year AT&T contract, or $449 if you want to go contract-free. You'll still get the year's worth of Prime membership and unlimited cloud storage, to boot.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EOE0WKQ
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    by Published on September 6th, 2014 23:32
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    Amazon has announced that the Amazon Fire TV will be coming to the UK after a successful US launch in April.
    The Android-powered device streams movies and music, and also includes a game store enabling customers to purchase and play games through their TV.
    The Fire TV is available for pre-order now and will launch in the UK on October 23 at a price of £79.99, although Amazon Prime customers pre-ordering the device before Monday, September 8 will be able to purchase it for £49.99.
    Apps available on Fire TV at launch will include Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, YouTube, Sky News, Vevo and Spotify, with the likes of STV Player and Demand 5 following later.
    A number of games will also available from day one, including the likes of Minecraft, The Walking Dead and Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas.
    However, some games will require a separate game controller, also released on October 23 and priced at £34.99.
    In April Amazon released a video showing some of the games begin developed for Fire TV including Sev Zero, a Fire TV-exclusive third-person shooter similar to Gears of War.
    Back in February, Amazon acquired Killer Instinct developer Double Helix Games, stating the purchase was part of its "ongoing commitment to build innovative games for customers".
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