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The New 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Game Stays True To The Comic Book Universe

You may remember an X-Men film from last year with the same name as this game, and they do tell the same basic story. The difference, however, is the game is true to the 1981 comic book story line and the movie is... well, not. X-Men: Days of Future Past is also a regular paid game with no in-app purchases.

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Motorola Is Already Testing Android 5.1 For The 2014 Moto X, And Here's The Changelog

Motorola got Android 5.0 out the door to the 2014 Moto X Pure Edition within a few weeks of Nexus devices, and now the company is already testing Android 5.1. This is just a soak test, but the changelog has been posted on Motorola's customer support portal. They might take it down, but we've got all the details.

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[Deal Alert] Yubi Power 40-Port USB Charging Hub On Sale For $43.95 (36% Off) On Amazon

How many USB ports are enough? Five? Ten? A million? You can get somewhere in the middle of that with the Yubi Power 40-port USB charging hub, which can be yours for a mere $43.95, down from a list price of $69. It's available with free Amazon Prime shipping too.

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Official TWRP Is Already Available For The HTC One M9 (Also The One E8)

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Facebook Appears To Be Testing A Dialer And Caller ID App For Android, And It's Called... Phone

Facebook, that company that is constantly trying to confuse you by naming its own branded apps after system apps, may launch another app it would now like to confuse you with, and it's called - wait for it - Phone. At least, that's what screenshots from a couple of folks who tipped us seem to say.

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Facebook, as we know, generally does major interface updates to its application server-side, so users occasionally get seemingly random glimpses of new features or UI designs before they launch.

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[Trusted Butts] New "On-Body Detection" Smart Lock Mode In Android Seems To Be Hitting Some Devices

Google is currently rolling out a new smart lock mode called on-body detection. The feature, described in the screens below, uses your accelerometer to figure out when your device is in your hand or pocket, and lock when it's not. The idea being if you leave your phone sitting on a table or forget it somewhere, it will lock, preventing would-be thieves from easily accessing your data.

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Once you unlock your phone, it will stay unlocked while you're holding it or it's in your pocket.

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Happy International Day Of Happiness! (Oops, I Meant To Type That Into Hangouts For The Animation)

Today, March 20th, is the International Day of Happiness. You're forgiven if you did not know this, as it's not the kind of holiday that gets folks out of school or work, nor does it involve exchanging gifts. Really, it's just about being happy and encouraging others to do the same, along with coming up with ways to eradicate poverty and establish peace on Earth.

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Amazon Rumored To Launch 'Unlocked' Service To Offer Paid Apps And Games For Free

Amazon has been giving away one paid app for free each day since the Appstore launched in 2011. It hasn't been the rousing success Amazon probably hoped for, but the Appstore is still doing okay with about 400,000 listings. Now, the company is rumored to be prepping a big project called Unlocked to generate more interest in the Appstore.

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Android 5.1 Factory Image For Nexus Player Is Up, OTA Rolling Out

Those of you who dropped some cash on the Nexus Player might want to take a look at your update menu. The OTA for Android 5.1 is rolling out, but even if you don't have it, there's a factory image posted as well.

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[Headphones Recommended] Watch Lenovo's Legitimately Terrible Ads For The P90, Because They Star An Anthropomorphic Bear

It's that time again, everyone: time for a trip down Terrible Smartphone Advertising Lane. Sometimes it's about the weird ads, or the cringe-y ones, or the ones that straight up suck. Let me give you some hints as to which direction we're heading today with Lenovo's new P90 smartphone ads, which feature:

  • A human in a bear suit, acting like a human.
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