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Dungeon-Crawling RPG Torchlight is Coming To Android Later This Year

In many ways, Torchlight and Torchlight II are better at Diablo-style RPG gameplay than Diablo itself is these days. These games were released on PC several years ago, but now Torchlight is coming to Android (and iOS) later this year. Get hype.

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[Android M Feature Spotlight] ADB Can Now Reboot Directly To Sideload Mode, Adds A Few Other Commands

The preview release of Android M has shown magnificent growth in the platform. There are new things for everybody to enjoy. While we're always excited to see new APIs and cool features – not to mention some pretty important bug fixes – we shouldn't overlook the interesting changes that have also come to the tools we use to work with Android and our devices on a different level. The preview SDK brings an updated version of ADB with a few new commands, including a handy new shortcut to reboot directly into Sideload Mode.

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The Humble BulkyPix Mobile Bundle Is Live With Meltdown, Lone Wolf, Twin Blades, And More

There's a new Humble Mobile Bundle and it looks like a good one. It's another developer partnership, this time with BulkyPix. One purchase gets you eight BulkyPix games with more on the way.

2015-06-15 13_54_49-Humble BulkyPix Mobile Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)

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Telltale Games Announces The Walking Dead: Michonne, Its Next Adventure Game Mini-Series Coming This Fall

Unveiled this morning at the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles, The Walking Dead: Michonne will soon be the latest mini-series from Telltale Games.

Just in case the name doesn't give it away, this set of titles will center around Michonne, a character from the The Walking Dead comic book. The timeline stems from issues #126 through #139.

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Anyone familiar with Telltale will know how the tale is told. These licensed adventure games tend to get broken up into series and episodes.

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Netflix On The Web Is Getting A Brand New Look, The Rollout Begins Today

After paying a lot of attention to the mobile and connected TV experience, Netflix has announced a major overhaul of their browser interface. Before you sign in and get confused, today is just the beginning of the rollout, which they say will complete in a couple of weeks. Netflix bills this as the first major update in four years, though its look has certainly gone through several iterations over that time span.

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Facebook Releases 'Moments' App To Make Sharing Photos With Friends Easier

So you were at a party or on a trip, and you want to share the photos of the event with everyone else who was there. Better upload them, make an album, send links, and so on. Right? Wrong! Or so says Facebook. The new Moments app lets you create synced albums that are shared only with the people you choose so they can view and save the photos.

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Mozilla Makes A Beta Version Of Webmaker For Android Available To Download From Google Play

Mozilla is a champion of the web, and a core part of its mission has been supplying the open source Firefox browser. These days competitors like Chrome are eroding at its userbase, but they're doing so using many of the bullet points Mozilla emphasized—open source underpinnings, customization through add-ons, and speed.

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Saygus Delays The V-Squared Yet Again, Launches Mega-Suspicious Indiegogo Campaign

Building a smartphone is not easy even for established companies like LG and Samsung. So you have to maintain healthy skepticism when a company like Saygus rolls into town and says it's going to beat the big guys at their own game. The dual-SD card Saygus V-Squared was announced back at CES, but the ship date has slipped a few times already.

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Adobe Releases Photoshop Mix, Brush CC, Color CC, And Shape CC On The Play Store

Adobe, would you just pick a version of Photoshop for Android and stick with it? After unceremoniously dumping the conventional image editor Photoshop Touch last month and leaving us with the more Instagram-style Photoshop Express, Adobe has now released Photoshop Mix on the Play Store after a period of iOS exclusivity.

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Razer Buys Ouya, Proving That Crowdfunding Dreams Do Come True (Just Kidding This Ended As Badly As It Possibly Could Have)

According to M&A giant Mesa Global, Ouya has officially been acquired by Razer, as was rumored last week. No details of the transaction were provided.

Razer, a PC and gaming accessory manufacturer with ecosystem fantasies, recently launched its Forge Android TV "console" to outright terrible customer reviews on Amazon largely because the box shipped without Netflix support or the promised PC game streaming feature meant to compete with NVIDIA's GameStream technology.

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