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[New Game] Warner Bros Releases Pacific Rim: Kaiju Battle, An Augmented Reality Beat 'Em Up And Photo App

Pacific Rim is going to be in theaters soon, and it's got giant robots and monsters fighting each other. You know what else has giant robots and monsters fighting each other? Pacific Rim:Kaiju Battle, which is now on Android. This is an augmented reality fighting game that lets you put a miniature cityscape with monsters on any flat surface. It actually works, too.

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The game itself is a simple button masher.

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ABC Leaks Moto X "Customization" Deets: Choose Your Color, Engraving, And... Your Homescreen Wallpaper?

Update: SlashGear has leaked some of the back-plate colors, and claims there will be a total of 16 to choose from. See the picture below for horrifying pastels.

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Well, that didn't take long - just a day after Motorola teased the world's first "customizable" phone, ABC News' own Joanna Stern has details on just what you'll be able to do in terms of personalizing your Moto X experience. Are you ready?

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[Follow-Up] Evleaks Answers Your Questions From Last Week's Interview

If you didn't read our interview of the man behind the @evleaks Twitter account - Evan Blass - last week, go check it out. If you did, you may remember we promised that Evan would answer some of your questions from the comments section of that article. Well, here they are.

Q: [What is your] favorite phone currently on the market (pick one from each carrier of the big 4)?

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Samsung Buys Media Streaming Startup Boxee For $30 Million

Samsung has bought Boxee for a reported $30 million. Details have not been provided, but it's within reason to assume that Samsung is seeking expertise to improve both its Smart TV product line and the company's broader media ecosystem. The acquisition will bring all of Boxee's employees over to work for the company after, we assume, Samsung's execs visited the Boxee webpage and took the big green button perhaps too literally.

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Falcon Pro Updates To v2.0.4 Outside Of The Play Store, Now Supports A Way To Blatantly Skirt Twitter's Token Limit

Falcon Pro users have had a front-row seat to quite a bit of drama over the last few months. The events started when the app struck its 100,000 user token limit, which lead to the developer to reset user tokens in an effort to reallocate them to active users. Eventually, all of the tokens were consumed again, in part to the addition of multi-account support, and another "reset" was announced.

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Multiple Korean News Agencies Reporting Samsung Has Sold 20 Million Galaxy S4s To Date

Both the Yonhap and Chosun news agencies of Korea are reporting that Samsung Mobile President JK Shin has confirmed 20 million Galaxy S4 handsets have been sold since the phone launched around the end of April. The Verge has a handy graphic below comparing sales of the Galaxy S4, S III, and S II against the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 from their respective launch dates. As you can see, if the 20 million figure is correct, Samsung is quickly closing in on Apple's "single model sales" crown.

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[Murica] Motorola Launches Sign-Up Page For The Moto X, Continues Being Patriotic

After teasing the Moto X yesterday, Motorola is again tormenting Android fans by posting a sign-up page for the Moto X. Just put in your email, and the Google subsidiary will send you info on the upcoming device when it's available – probably only a few hours after it appears on your favorite website.

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The page again offers limited details on the device, except to remind everyone a few more times that it was engineered and assembled in the good old US of A.

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Barnes & Noble Nook App Updated To Version 3.4: High-Resolution Magazines, Re-Sizeable Book Illustrations, And More

Barnes & Noble may be toning down its Android tablet business, but they'd still really appreciate it if you bought some books from them. To that end, they've updated the Nook Android app to version 3.4, with a focus on better magazine browsing and book images. Now Android tablets with a resolution of 1280x720 or higher (which should be pretty much everything made in the last year, barring some off-brand hardware) have access to bigger, sharper HD scans of magazines.

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Sprint Announces Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.2) For The Kyocera Torque, Coming July 5th

If you bought into the ruggedized LTE device hype and picked up a Kyocera Torque on Sprint, then good news is afoot: your little tank is getting its taste of Jelly Bean beginning in just three days' time. According to Sprint's update blog, the Torque should begin receiving an update on July 5th that not only brings Android 4.1.2 to the rough-and-tough handset, but also international calling, the ability to "power cycle," email sync fixes, and enhancements to sleep mode.

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Pebble 1.12 Update Adds Bug Fixes, Swanky White Version Now Shipping To Backers

Pebble is having a big day. A few hours after announcing their first retailer partnership with the omnipresent Best Buy, they've kicked out another software update for the smartwatch, which adds bugfixes and... well just bugfixes, and now the screen backlight flashes when you plug it into its charger to let you know that it's charging. More changes will become apparent when the next version of the Pebble Kit SDK is sent out.

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