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Google Is Planning Two Special Events For Mobile Chrome On June 7th And June 13th [Update]

Here's some unexpected news. Two new livestream videos have popped up on Google's Developers website, counting down to their respective start times. Both are marked as events especially for the mobile version of Chrome (presumably Android and iOS), and both have no more details to share at the moment. The first livestream is scheduled to start on June 7th at 1PM Eastern Daylight Time, the second is scheduled for June 13th at 11AM EDT.

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[Update: RC4] CyanogenMod 10.1 RC3 Now Rolling Out To Get.CM

Update 5/31/13: RC4 is here, just a day after RC3. It's very likely the next release will be the final stable version.

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Arma Tactics THD Review: Like Chess With Guns... And Frustration, And Confusion, And Swearing

PC gamers know the ARMA series as wickedly difficult, painstakingly accurate military shooters - the thinking man's (or possibly masochist's) alternative to the likes of Call of Duty. For its first full mobile game, ARMA is eschewing the first person shooter genre in favor of a tactical game: a top-down, turn-based combat system where strategy wins over speed and reflexes. It's a good choice for touchscreens, and an understandable one given ARMA's current fanbase.

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[Update: Winners] Win A Galaxy Note 10.1 From ArtFlow Studio And Android Police

This contest is now over.

The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

Grand Prize (Note 10.1) - Ricardo Jorge

Runner-ups (ArtFlow license)

  • Kocsis Robert
  • David Balogh
  • Komal Chola
  • Palo Gabrys
  • Miles Guilford
  • Gus Sykes
  • Danny Park
  • Peter Morrison
  • Chris Goddard

Update: Ricardo sent in a photo of his new tablet with a little something he drew:

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Interesting in winning a 16GB Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet?

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[New Game] Zynga's Battlestone Slashes Its Way Out Of Beta And Into The Play Store

Zynga's Battlestone is now available on Google Play for any and all who just can't wait to answer the call and ready their blades. With just a swipe of the finger, players can bring the forces of evil down to their knees. This game comes with player-versus-player multiplayer support, so while you won't have to explore that 3D world alone, you won't be doing it with friends.

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Players can create dozens of heroes to lead off into battle, all performing various attack combinations with mere touches and swipes.

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 63: Weinhard, With A Vengeance

Welcome to the Android Police Podcast, Episode 63.

Don't forget - the Android Police Podcast's live broadcast is every Thursday at 5PM PST (www.androidpolice.com/podcast). The unedited video version of the podcast can be found here - and will likely include various verbal expletives, technical snafus, tangents, and probably a good 5-10 minutes of pre-podcast banter as we prepare. Watch at your own risk!

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Leak: Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Press Shots Show AT&T Branding, Possible June Release Date

The @evleaks Twitter account has become a surprisingly accurate source for pre-release hardware information, and the elusive Samsung Galaxy S4 Active is its latest target. The tipster revealed to The Unlockr that the ruggedized version of the S4 will be headed to AT&T's network in the near future, along with a handful of other Samsung phones, including the Galaxy S4 Mini, S III Mini, and the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Only the Active was shown with a convincing set of AT&T-branded press shots, so that's what we'll focus on.

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[Hands-On] Fleksy Keyboard Has Some Interesting Tricks, But Definitely Still Beta

Back at CES 2013, a start up touted its new on-screen keyboard as the solution to typing on touchscreens. Called Fleksy, this software promised predictions so accurate you can type without looking at the screen. Now that it's launched as a beta (using Google's new Play Store beta program), we have had a chance to put those claims to the test.

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Swype Moves Up To Version 1.5.6, Improves Word Predictions, Fixes Annoying HTC One Bug

Swype is far from an unfamiliar face in the mobile world. It has served some of the finest Android phones as an included keyboard, permitting one-handed writers to swipe out words rather than peck away with their thumbs. During this time, it was unavailable as a separate download, and using it was somewhat of an exclusive experience. It has since entered the Play Store, and it's now making the jump up to version 1.5.6 less than a month later.

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[New App] Cloud.tv Launches App Stats Beta, Lets Developers Obsessively Watch Rankings And Statistics

One of the truest shared experiences between people who create anything for public consumption is a ravenous desire to know how many people are using it and what they think. Just ask most bloggers and web developers, and you will hear how much they love the real-time statistics from Google Analytics. Unfortunately for app developers, there really isn't a great way to keep fresh information in front of our eyes without mashing the F5 key while staring at a web browser.

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