04
Feb
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Following up on the success of Cordy (a game we mentioned in part 2 of our feature on the best action/adventure games of 2011), SilverTree Media released Cordy Sky to the Android Market today, giving players even more of the freewheeling platform action they came to love in the original. Sky's gameplay is engaging, colorful, and addictive. In this adventure, Cordy meets Volt – a friendly robot who has been trapped on the mysterious planet for a while, and can help Cordy reach the big rocket in the sky to continue his quest to explore new planets.

04
Feb
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Glu Mobile has done it again, introducing INFECTED to the Android Market today. Glu's latest mobile game jumps on the zombie bandwagon, following the story of a "strange virus," which has begun infecting citizens of New York City, transforming them into "insane, violent zombies."

INFECTED uses a gameplay style strongly reminiscent of tower defense, replacing towers with civilians, and turrets with defenses ranging from NYC cops to muggers, limousines, oil tankers, and more.

04
Feb
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If you want to install the ClockworkMod Touch recovery on your Android device, there are currently two ways of doing so:

The Giveaway

Today, we're giving 20 of you a chance to enable the latter in your ROM Manager for free.

04
Feb
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Nullsoft, creator of WinAmp,  a favorite media player for over 10 million Android users, is adding its premium track directly to the Android Market. Users have previously been able to download the Pro version via an in-app purchase, but now the Pro license is also available directly from the Android Market. So, what do you get for your $5? Here's a look at the feature list:

    • 10-band graphic equalizer
    • Customizable home screen
    • Browse by Folder
    • Crossfade
    • Gapless playback
    • Support for FLAC playback in Folders View (lossless audio playback)
    • Replay Gain
    • Personalized station recommendations
    • Play any streaming audio URL (supported formats only)
    • No ads

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    The Pro Bundle may not be for the casual user.

    03
    Feb
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    We can't wait for  the Droid 4. In the world of smartphones, the QWERTY sliders are a rare and exotic breed these days. Catching a glimpse of a machine with powerful specs and a keyboard-shaped secret gets our mouths watering. So a thirteen minute video will naturally trigger some flood warnings. Wirefly goes hands-on with the Droid 4 in the first video review overview of the latest in the Droid series.

    03
    Feb
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    The work to bring touch-enabled recoveries to all supported ClockworkMod devices continues, and since the last update a couple of days ago, the following devices now have ClockworkMod Touch available:

    • Non-US Samsung Galaxy S II
    • Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch
    • AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II
    • T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II
    • Samsung Epic 4G (looks like this one disappeared shortly after due to some bugs)
    • Motorola Cliq
    • LG Optimus Black
    • LG Optimus 2X
    • LG Optimus 3D
    • HTC Rezound
    • HTC G2
    • HTC MyTouch 4G

    This article deals with a couple of advanced topics.

    03
    Feb
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    If you go all the way back to Google I/O 2011, you may remember the announcement of the Android@Home project, a system that would allow you to use an Android device to control lights, appliances, and other devices in your home. Since that announcement we haven't seen anything materialize, but a recent FCC filing by Google may give us a reason to renew hope for the project.

    The filing calls for testing of an "entertainment device" between January 17 and July 17 of this year, to be distributed to 252 Google employees.

    03
    Feb
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    You're a robot scout in space. Your name is iDaTank. You're relaxing, enjoying a nice day of whatever it is robots do on their One Fine Day off, when suddenly you get a transmission! There's a sequence of unidentified signals out in space! Since you're a robot, you are concerned with such things. So, the adventure begins to track down the source of the signal. And it had been such a fine day...

    03
    Feb
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    Today, Lookout, a mobile security company, released a new Android application that can help figure out just where those pesky notification ads are suddenly coming from and offer you ways to opt out of them or get rid of the culprits altogether.

    Their creation, called Push Ad Detector, currently detects apps that use the following ad networks:

    • Airpush
    • Appenda
    • LeadBolt
    • Moolah Media
    • Startapp
    • TapIt!

    There are other detectors of notification ads on the Market, but none are as comprehensive and polished as Push Ad Detector.

    03
    Feb
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    Holy crap. Brace yourself for some Friday afternoon bad news -- it looks like Google may be washing its hands of all associations with the Verizon Galaxy Nexus. No one knows for sure why El Goog would do this, but all signs point to the fact that it is indeed turning its back on the first ICS phone here in the US.

    Update x2: Let's see if we can clear this up a bit, shall we?

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