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[New Game] Square Enix's Final Fantasy IV Available On The Play Store, With Full 3D Graphics And The Usual High Price

The updated version of RPG classic Final Fantasy III has managed to sell over 100,000 copies on Android, despite its super-premium $16 price tag. Square Enix is hoping to replicate that success with the next entry in the series, predictably titled Final Fantasy IV. It's available now for Android 2.3.3 and higher, at the same $15.99 price. If you're looking to party like it's 1991, head to the Play Store now.

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Samsung Announces The Galaxy Tab 3 In 8-Inch And 10.1-Inch Flavors, Launching In Early June [Update: Intel CPU For 10.1]

We knew it was coming. After the rather disappointing reveal of the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung unveiled two new models today. The 8-inch Tab 3 bears a striking resemblance to the Galaxy Note 8, while the 10.1-inch version extends the design language first introduced in the Galaxy S III smartphone to the 10.1-inch form factor... buttons and all. Both models are mild refreshes of older Tab variants (though the 8-inch Galaxy Tab 3 could bee seen as a mix of the 8.9 and 7.7).

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ASUS Unveils Dual-CPU (i7 Haswell/Atom), Dual-OS (Windows 8/Android), Dual-Storage (1TB+64GB) 11.6" Transformer Book Trio

Today at Computex 2013, ASUS' Chairman Jonney Shih gave birth to no less than 11 products in a span of less than an hour, a surprising rate of fire we're not used to even at flagship events like MWC or CES, let alone Computex. Not bad at all, ASUS.

Undoubtedly, the most interesting and important announcement was the Transformer Book Trio, "the world’s first three-in-one mobile device." The Trio actually consists of two pieces:

  1. An 11.6" tablet with a 1920x1080 IPS display and 64GB of internal storage onboard, powered by a mobile-friendly 2GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 chip (32nm Clover Trail+).
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Watch It Live: ASUS Computex 2013 Press Event Live Stream

The ASUS press conference is happening right now at Computex 2013. Click below to watch the live stream (you actually really need to click the ugly placeholder for the video to start).

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[New App] Maxelus Releases Space Colony, A Staggeringly Gorgeous Live Wallpaper

Even if you're not particularly in love with live wallpapers, you owe it to yourself to check out the newest offering from Maxelus. This developer has a reputation for creating beautiful live wallpapers that don't destroy performance. And the just-released Space Colony might take things to an entirely different level.

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Space Colony turns your home screen into an alien cityscape with towering buildings, epic star-filled skies, and glowing starships flying past.

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ARM Announces Cortex-A12 CPU And Mali-T622 GPU Architectures, Mali-V500 Video Processing Solution, Coming In 2014

ARM is kind of of big deal if you like mobile devices: they release and maintain the architectures licensed by nearly all the world's mobile System-on-a-Chip (SoC) makers. Today they've announced new CPU and GPU designs specifically targeted ant the growing mid-range market, the Cortex-A12 and Mali-T622. This silicon is powerful by today's standards, but a bit less so than their A15 (Samsung's Exynos 5250, NVIDIA Tegra 4) and T624 (and higher) counterparts, designed for more economical implementation.

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Acer Announces The Liquid S1 – A 5.7-Inch Mid-Range Smartphone With Almost-Stock Android And No LTE

Remember when phones were getting smaller? Ah, those were the days. Acer just announced the Liquid S1 at Computex in Taipei, and it's got a massive 5.7-inch screen. It doesn't quite have the high-end specs of some other giant phones, but this device could appeal to a niche consumer.

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The Liquid S1 is a 720p device, despite the screen being on the large side. As such, it won't be as crisp as some other devices.

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Solid Explorer 1.4.5 Update Adds Side Panel Bookmarks, Pinch To Zoom, NFC File Transfer, And More

It's a good time for fans of powerful file browsers. Just a few days after Root Explorer got a substantial update, popular alternative Solid Explorer is getting the same treatment. The changelog for 1.4.5 includes a laundry list of new features and tweaked settings, all of which combine to make Solid Explorer an increasingly powerful option. The app is offered in a 14-day free trial, with an unlock application costing $1.99.

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Sunday App, Game Sales: House Of Hell, PAC-MAN Championship Edition, G Cloud Apps Backup, And More

If, over the weekend, you've become apathetic toward your apps, or have found your catalog of games to be less than grand, don't worry – we've dug up a few app and game sales that will spice up your library just in time for the start of the new week.

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If none of these apps or game strike your fancy, don't worry.

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CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies For Sprint And Verizon Galaxy S4 Now Available [Update: US Cellular]

Verizon and Sprint customers who've laid down their money for the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be happy to know that they no longer have to choose between TouchWiz and nothing. After publishing nightly ROM builds for the Canadian LTE, T-Mobile, and AT&T variants of the S4, America's larger CDMA networks now have their turn. You can pick up the Sprint (jfltespr) and Verizon (jfltevzw) builds at CyanogenMod's download page now.

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