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[New Game] Flashout 2 Races Into The Play Store With Guns Blazing And Dubstep Blasting

Say, do you like racing? Do you like spaceships? Do you like... dubstep? Then how about a game where spaceships race with a dubstep soundtrack, and also shoot at each other? If that sounds good, Flashout 2 is waiting for your money.

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Google Search Now Makes It Even Easier To Find The Right Restaurant In Your Price Range And Area

Ever since Google Now became a thing, I've used the hell out of Google search on my phone. Need to find a gas station? "Ok Google, where's the closest gas station?" Trying to find someplace I've never been before? "OK Google, navigate to <address>." You know, common stuff that just makes sense.

Now, Google is making it easier to find a restaurant near you, which includes a new "filter" option that lets the user define certain criteria, like price, rating, hours, and type of cuisine.

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HTC Design Chief Scott Croyle To Leave Company

According to The Verge, HTC's head of design Scott Croyle will be leaving the company. Croyle is well-known for leading HTC's push in powerful, striking hardware design language in the company's handsets in recent years, with phones like the HTC One X, One S, One, and One M8. Croyle will occupy a transitional position in the company during the wind-down to his final departure, helping to organize the change in leadership.

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Amazon Fire TV Review: The Set-Top Box That Justifies Gary Busey's Enthusiasm

In 1994, Amazon started as an online bookstore. Since then, the company has grown into one of the most important sites on the internet, and the largest online retailer in the world. In 2007, it released the Kindle, its first ebook reader. From there the Kindle line grew to include the Fire and Fire HDX, full blown tablets running Amazon's Android-based Fire OS.

Over the past 20 years, Amazon has broadened its horizons more than most other companies can even dream of.

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Verizon Finally Pushes Android 4.4.2 Update To Samsung Galaxy S4

Verizon is not known for being liberal with the OTAs, but Galaxy S4 owners have been on the verge of revolt waiting on this one. Now, the KitKat update is finally heading out to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Users all over the country are reporting it is available for download, so begin mashing the update button.

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Rumor: 'Ok Google Everywhere,' Modular Actions, New Navigation Buttons Coming To Android

We've recently seen plenty of rumors related to Google's future plans for its Search app, from automatically remembering where you parked to reminding you of things when you're with another person, to reminding you to pay bills, down to something as simple as setting a proper timer. Clearly, Google's got plenty of plans for what will happen inside Search. But today, we've got something a little different - this time, it relates to how Google's voice assistant will break out of Search, entering other Google apps to help you do more with your voice and perform more actions with Search in general.

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Tuxera's Streambels Media Streaming App Gets Chromecast Support, Now Rivals AllCast And Other Similar Apps

Streambels really doesn't care which way you want to get media off your Android device and onto something with speakers or a screen that will better do it justice. Before now it has handled DLNA and AirPlay just fine. After the latest update, the little piece of software knows what to do with Chromecast as well.

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Streambels already competed, in part, with the likes of BubbleUPnP. Now it competes with AllCast and other Chromecast-centric apps as well.

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International Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) Finally Starts Receiving Update To Android 4.4

KitKat has started to come to the international variant of the Galaxy Note II. As SamMobile has reported, the update is currently available to users in France. It's an official build available through Kies, with no word yet on when an OTA is scheduled to go out. When it does, it should hit other regions as well. The update bumps the software version up to N7100XXUFND3.

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This update includes the goodies that come with Android 4.4, such as white status bar icons, a camera icon on the lock screen, and wireless printing.

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[New Game] Soccer Rally 2 Drives Into The Play Store With Fresh Tires And Tread Mark-Covered Soccer Balls

When it comes to soccer games for Android, there is no shortage of options. There's soccer for FIFA fans, soccer for strategic types who'd rather not get their shoes dirty, real soccer, and (of course) soccer for zombies. Now we have a game for people who want to play from the air-conditioned comfort of their rally cars, Soccer Rally 2.

Soccer Rally 2 combines soccer with top-down racing, only there's little racing to be found here.

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[New Game] Warhammer 40k: Storm Of Vengeance Marches Single File Into The Play Store

Are you ready to fight for the Imperium? Well, now you can with the new Warhammer 40k: Storm of Vengeance on Android. This game has all the pieces of Warhammer – space marines, big explosions, and so on. Though, the gameplay isn't what fans were expecting. This is a "lane-based strategy" game.

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