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Chestburster Arrives On Android, Lets A Baby Alien Violently Emerge From Your Chest Cavity With Augmented Reality

If you always dreamed of reliving Kane's experience in Ridley Scott's 1979 sci-fi horror flick Alien, now's your chance. Chestburster uses a custom t-shirt and augmented reality to bring your own baby alien to life at the expense of your chest, minus the blood, guts, pain, and, you know, dying. Yes, it is as awesome as it sounds.

Badass, no? The companion app just landed in the Play Store for free today (you can't see the goods without the app), but the shirt will set you back $30.

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Enterprising XDA Member Finds Hints That The Galaxy Note II May Be Coming To Sprint As SPH-L900

When the first Galaxy Note launched, everyone was reasonably skeptical. Was the world ready for such a large phone? Turns out, yep. So now, it would be expected for more carriers to want in on the action. Cue Sprint, stage left. One curious XDA member started poking around in some Sprint documents and found reference to one "SPH-L900." We know SPH is a designation Sprint uses for its Samsung phones (Galaxy Nexus is SPH-L700, Galaxy S III is SPH-L710, etc.), but the L900 is brand new.

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[App Roundup] Our Top Six Favorite New Apps To Check Out From August 2012

It's once again time to take a look at our top picks for best app from last month. August saw the introduction of a ton of worthy apps, but in the interest of saving readers from hours of reading, searching, and downloading, we've pared down last month's entries into a six-item shortlist. In this post, we'll briefly discuss the six best apps from August 2012 – six apps any user looking to get even more out of their device would be well advised to check out.

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Samsung Galaxy Reverb Coming To Virgin Mobile For $249, Pre-Orders Start Now

Pay-as-you-go service is getting more and more appealing with each passing day, and Virgin Mobile just announced the Samsung Galaxy Reverb - an Android 4.0 handset that should offer a decent amount of bang for the buck.

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Specs:

  • 4" display
  • 1.4GHz single-core processor
  • 768MB RAM
  • 5MP rear shooter
  • 122.40mm x 64.20mm x 11.40mm, 128.7g
  • Android 4.0

While those specs are mediocre compared to the flagship phones of today, it's hard to deny the allure of a device that goes for $249 without contract on a carrier that offers equally as affordable plans.

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[Updated] AT&T Rolls Out 4G LTE In 7 Cities, Bringing It To 45 More By The End Of 2012

AT&T has certainly had a busy night, rolling out 4G LTE to no less than 7 cities in 6 different states. The company has also announced that it will bring the service to another 45 cities before the end of 2012.

The list is a fairly long one, so let's start with the 7 cities that are waking up with 4G LTE today...

  1. Anchorage, AK
  2. Bakersfield, CA
  3. Bridgeport, CT
  4. Modesto, CA
  5. Jacksonville, FL
  6. Omaha, NE
  7. Syracuse, NY

In addition to this, the following cities will all receive 4G LTE 'by the end of the year'...

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Catch Notes Updated To V5.0 For Phones, Introduces Updated UI, Checklists, And Other New Features

Catch Notes, the popular note taking app, has been updated to v5.0, with a number of improvements that make it easier to quickly take notes and collaborate with other users.

The most obvious addition in this latest update, which is only available for phones at the moment, is the introduction of the Catch capture wheel. The capture wheel is accessible from the bottom of the screen and allows you to create new voice, photo, and text notes with one tap.

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Hands On With The New DROID RAZR Family

I just got back from New York, the city of absolutely no internet, and now I can finally tell you about my experiences with the new RAZRs - the DROID RAZR HD 4G LTE, DROID RAZR HD MAXX 4G LTE, and DROID RAZR M 4G LTE. (My shift key is going to get a workout today!)

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The design and construction of all 3 phones is basically the same. A stitched Kevlar back with a rubber coating, a plastic body, and an industrial-style design with exposed, prominent screws.

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Sega Releases Total War Battles: Shogun For Android, Brings Real-Time Strategy Designed For Touchscreens

Fans of Sega's Total War series are in for a treat tonight, as the company has just released its newest offerings to the Play Store. Dubbed Total War Battles: Shogun, this real-time strategy title takes you back to medieval Japan on a quest for extreme supremacy.

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With over 10 hours of "story-driven campaign," TWB: Shogun will certainly fill up some free time, and its touch-intuitive interface will provide the best experience possible.

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Latest Android Distribution Stats Now Available – Jelly Bean Reaches 1.2%, Gingerbread Still Dominates At 57.5%

With the end of another month, we now have another set of Android platform distribution numbers to look at. Updated today, the stats reveal that Gingerbread is still dominating by quite a large margin, with Ice Cream Sandwich climbing and Jelly Bean making its own gains. Take a look for yourself:

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First up is Gingerbread. While its stranglehold on the distribution chart is still going strong, it has dropped off just a little bit since the last cycle, sliding from 60.3% of all devices to 57.5% last month.

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[New Game] HueBrix From NoodleCake Studios Is A Puzzle Game That Will Twist Your Brain Into Knots

There are puzzle games. Then, there are puzzle games. If you're a fan of having your brain melted, then Noodlecake Studios' new game HueBrix might fit the bill perfectly.

If Tetris, snake, and one of those "unblock" games had a baby, it would be HueBrix. The goal of the game is to "drag paths from block to fill out the puzzle grid." Sounds easy enough, right? Sure, but each color block only allows a path of a certain length and orientation.

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