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[Bonus Round] Foxtrot, Caveboy Escape, Lightomania, Roid Rage, And Fives

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a platformer with classic sensibilities, a new take on the match three puzzle, an unbearably cute physics game, a dudebro version of Asteroids, and a math puzzler.

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Samsung Posts Android 4.4 Kernel Source For The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3, OTA Could Be Right Around The Corner

We've learned from experience that when Samsung drops some Note 3 kernel source, the update is only a few days away. This time the Note 3 on T-Mobile is in Samsung's sights as the KitKat code has just been uploaded to Samsung's open source page.

2014-02-28 17_08_14-Open Source Release Center

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Yelp Launches Official Play Store Beta Program, Calls On All Eager Testers To Join Via Google+ Community

More and more developers these days are using the Play Store to get beta versions of software into the hands of willing users. The system works well, so it's nice to report that another well-known app is taking advantage of it. Yelp now has an Android Beta Testers Google+ community that, if you join, will grant you access to the latest features before everyone else.

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You may know the drill by now, as the screenshot above repeats the same steps most communities of this type require.

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Fascinating: Project Ara Team Member Gives Us The First Glimpse Of How The Product Will Work In Model Demo At LAUNCH

We're all excited by the prospects of Project Ara, Google's upcoming lick-and-stick modular phone that will essentially allow users to upgrade the device's hardware on the fly. Recently, one of the Ara team members showed off a non-functional model of the device at LAUNCH, which gives us a very good idea of how swapping components will work.

They waste no time getting right into the juicy details, so give it a watch.

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Solid Explorer v1.5.7 Adds Chromecast Support Via A Separate Plugin, Multiple Bug Fixes, And More

Google doesn't provide an obvious user-facing way to get locally saved media files from your phone to your TV using Chromecast. It's a bit annoying, but whatever, we have options now. There's AllCast for starters, but if you would prefer not to have to deal with yet another app, Solid Explorer has added the ability to stream files directly from the file browser. All you need is the latest version and a separate plugin.

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Google Doubles Play Books File Size Upload Limit To 100MB Per File

Users with great big ebooks have reason to celebrate today – Google has doubled the file size limit for Google Books uploads to 100MB. The change came with little fanfare, just a small update on the Google Books support page listing the new limit as 100MB per file.

2014-02-28 15_44_45-My Books - Google Play

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Google Searches Now Display Interactive Restaurant Menus Within Search Results In The US

Searching for a restaurant that can satisfy everyone's culinary preferences isn't particularly easy on a smartphone's data connection. The process typically involves searching for a specific website, hoping there's a mobile version (nope), and searching around for a menu. Now Google's rolling out a feature in the US that should streamline things a bit. Just search Google for the menu and watch it appear as the top result.

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European Commission Looking Into Free-To-Play Games, Suspects False Advertising

Google (and Apple) representatives are having a sit-down with members of European Commission member states and the Consumer Protection Cooperation today to talk about apps. Specifically, the commission is asking some hard questions about in-app purchases following complaints from consumer protection groups in Denmark, Britain, and several other EU nations.

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The issue revolves around the use of the term 'free' in the descriptions of games that push in-app purchases. The commission fears these listings could be misleading, especially to children.

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Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Review: Stock Android Is Simply Not Ready For A Screen-less Gaming Console

When I wrote my initial impressions of the MOJO, I had only been using the unit for about a day or so (hence the impressions being "initial"). Now that I've had it for about three weeks, I've spent a lot of time doing various things with it – playing games, watching movies, streaming videos and NBA basketball; basically, a lot of the stuff I would normally used SHIELD for. This has given me a good idea of where MOJO's strong points are, where it falls short, and how it stacks up against SHIELD and OUYA.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Double Dragon Trilogy, InstaWeather Pro, Another World, And More

We know you love getting the latest and greatest apps and games, but the cost... sure, paid apps are only a few bucks, but it adds up when you buy like 20 of them a week. Sorry, we accept partial responsibility for that. To make it up to you, here are some deals. We cool?

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