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[New Game] Daddy Was A Thief Enters The Play Store, Makes Off With Your Free Time

Have you ever walked past a bank and wished you could rob it? We've all seen enough television shows and movies depicting just how much fun it would be were it not for those pesky repercussions. Be thankful for Android. Daddy Was A Thief allows you to safely rob all the banks you want on your way home from work.

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Daddy Was A Thief is a quick pick-up-and-play game with simple gesture-based controls.

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ARO Introduces Saga, 'Automatic Lifelogging' So You Remember Where You've Been, Discover Where You're Going

Checking in, Instagramming, Tweeting, and updating statuses are something most of us do on a regular basis. It's a way for us to share with our friends and family what's going on in our lives; where we're at physically, mentally, and/or emotionally; and an overall fun way to interact and kill time. We, as people, are more socially connected than we've ever been thanks to modern technology.

But there's a missed mark here.

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What's Cooler Than 5 Popped Collars? 5 Popped Google Glasses, Of Course

Have you heard? The popped collar is coming back. But that's sooo last year now that we have Google Glass. Presenting: 5 popped Google Glasses (combined current value of $7,500 or more like $8k if you count taxes), because having 4 popped Glasses on isn't nearly as cool.

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Left part of the image credit: Someone on the Interwebs, who the hell knows.

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Pixel Fleet Live Wallpaper Wages War On Your Home Screen

The Pixel Fleet live wallpaper gives you a reason to visit your home screen besides switching between apps. There's a war being waged out there, and you get a front row seat. Lasers will be fired, lives will be lost, and explosions will brighten the sky. There's a lot of entertainment here for a download that looks like a game and smells like a game, but isn't.

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Pixel Fleet pits two factions against each other.

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Carmageddon Crashes Onto The Play Store - Free Promo Version Up For 24 Hours, Too (Though It Won't Get Updates)

Carmageddon was a smash-hit in the late 90's (mostly because of its extensive banning and censoring around the world), though my introduction to the game, sadly, was the god-awful Nintendo 64 port released in 2000. But now, a day earlier than promised, Carmageddon has debuted on Android as a result of the Kickstarter campaign. Update: The game actually went live on time - Australian time.

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And, as promised by that campaign, the game is absolutely 100% free for the next 24 hours.

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ASUS Teases Computex 2013 Announcement, Doesn't Really Tell Us Anything

Looks like ASUS has something up its sleeve for Computex this year, as it just released a rather uninformative teaser for the event. Of course, teasers are supposed to be pretty uninformative, so I guess this one is doing its job.

Throughout the video we get brief glimpses of past ASUS products, along with what could be some upcoming products. The most notable image in the bunch comes close to the end of the video, with what appears to to be a new stylus-sporting tablet:

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Of course, there's no indication that any of this is Android-related; given ASUS' past dedication to the OS, however, it's unlikely that we won't see at least one new gadget with our favorite open source OS running on it.

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Flipboard 2.0 Released, Brings Magazine Creation Tools, Web Interface, And Native Sharing Integration

To be perfectly honest, I'm not much of an e-mag guy. I tried Google Currents for a while, but never quite saw the utility of it, and so quickly transitioned back to my beloved Feedly and Google Reader. That's not to say I haven't realized the limitations of RSS many times, though, especially as certain websites I follow look to integrate more multimedia into articles. (Having to use Chrome to listen to audio or video in a weird custom player is really frustrating.) And concededly, apps like Currents look a thousand times better than feeds, which are traditionally text-heavy.

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TestFlight Offers Beta Android App Deployment To All After Serving 4,500 Apps In Private Beta

Back in February, TestFlight announced that it would be bringing its services to Android in the form of a private beta, having already served over 300,000 apps on iOS. Today, though, TestFlight has announced that it is ready to lift the private beta, opening beta Android compatibility to all users. TestFlight says that during its 45-day beta period, 5000 developers uploaded over 4500 apps. 

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The service, for those unfamiliar, is a widely popular beta testing platform, allowing developers to quickly and smoothly deploy beta apps to select users.

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Gameloft's Blitz Brigade Hits The Play Store, Brings Team Fortress 2-Like Gameplay To Mobile

We first caught a glimpse of Gameloft's Team Fortress 2 clone Blitz Brigade back in late January. If you've been chomping at the bit to get in on the action since then, the day has finally arrived: BB is now live in the Play Store.

The game was only published this morning, but it already has an unprecedented 450+ (mostly positive) ratings in the store – a true testament to the excitement surrounding the title.

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[Thursday App/Game Sales] Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, NFL Kicker, Jones On Fire, Solace: The Escape, And More

We've come across a pretty decent bundle of apps and games with less-than-normal price tags today. Since you probably already understand what this post is all about, let's cut the fluff and get right into it, shall we?

Update: We've been adding new sales since the post went up towards the bottom of the post.

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As always, we'll update if we find more, so check back if you like to save money.

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