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Tuesday App And Game Sales: Field Runners 2, SpeedView Pro, Flowpaper (Free), And More [Updated]

Hey – hey you. You lookin' for some apps and games? It just so happens we've got some right here, and they're a good deal. What's that? Oh, uh... they fell off a truck. Yeah, that's it... fell off a truck. Check out what we've got right below.

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Redbox Instant Updated To v1.2, Finally Works On Rooted Devices

Back when Redbox Instant first hit Android, many users were a bit upset that Redbox and Verizon decided to shun rooted users by blocking the app's video playback on rooted devices. Updates came and went, but nothing was done to correct this [rather ridiculous] error. Until now.

The app was just updated to v1.2, which "changes the way [it] handles rooted devices." Considering the changelog wasn't very clear about what that means, we decided to jump in and check it out for ourselves.

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Motorola Teases The Moto X Like A Boss, Launches Patriotic Ad Before Fourth Of July

Motorola is rolling out its first ad for its upcoming Moto X tomorrow, one day before Americans kick off Independence Day celebrations. This is no coincidence. Motorola wants its Made-In-The-USA smartphone to stir patriotism in the hearts of consumers across the country. Yet that is just the beginning. Not only is the company pushing the Moto X as the first smartphone designed, engineered, and assembled in the USA, it's calling it the first smartphone that you can design yourself.

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HTC Confirms One S Will Live Out Its Days With Android 4.1 / Sense 4+, Still No News On Future One X / One X+ Updates

HTC has confirmed that the One S - something of an unloved stepchild in the 2012 One line of phones - will not be receiving any future Android or Sense version upgrades. We contacted HTC and received a similar statement: the One S will be staying on Android 4.1 with Sense 4+.

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The One S received its last major update in December, which was the aforementioned Android 4.1 / Sense 4+ firmware.

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Pebble Smartwatch Coming Exclusively To Best Buy For $149.99 – Get It Online Today, July 7th In Stores

After taking Kickstarter by storm, the Pebble smartwatch went on to become a real product. Hey, that's more than you can say for some Kickstarter campaigns. The backers have had their devices for a while now, and the time has come for Pebble to expand. First stop: Best Buy. The Pebble is going to be exclusive to Best Buy, at least for the time being.

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You're probably aware, but the Pebble is a slick (kind of) smartwatch with an e-paper display.

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Stickman Wallpaper Brings Pixelated Warriors Together In Mortal Cartoon Combat

Live wallpapers are awesome. The problem is that so many of the offerings available are, well, not. Yes, flowers are certainly pretty, and meandering fish can be quite relaxing, but they just aren't awesome. If I'm going to waste some of my battery life powering an excessive animated background that I'll generally only really see when using my phone as a clock, I want it to get my juices pumping.

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AT&T Announces 35 New LTE Markets, Expands 17 More

AT&T is rolling 4G LTE out to new markets today, and it's a big, big list. There are nearly three dozen new locations and 17 expansions. This puts AT&T at 326 LTE total markets. If you've got an LTE device on Ma Bell, you will see the super-fast network in the cities listed below.

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Google Glass XE7 System Image Now Available For Download On Developer Page

Google is continuing to make its monthly Glass updates available in a timely manner. The newest version of the wearable firmware, XE7, is now ready to download on the Google Glass Developers page, right alongside the two older downloads. It's a beefy 346MB package, delivered in the usual ZIP format.

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XE7 adds a ton of new features for Glass testers and developers, including more varied "ok glass" commands and contextual actions, improvements to search functionality, an updated home screen, and better contact management and sharing.

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Upcoming YouTube Update To Bring Multitasking Interface, Background Audio Is A Possibility Too

While Samsung has been dipping its toes into the single-screen multitasking world, Google has yet to do the same. According to noted Android and Google tipster ryan_socio (Ryan Matthews, not his real name), that's about to change. Ryan posted a message to The Verge's social user section, detailing an upcoming version of the YouTube Android app that will let users watch videos and interact with the rest of Android at the same time.

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[New Game] Pocket League Story 2 Adds Multiplayer To Kairosoft's Formula, Free With $4 IAP For Full Game

Kairosoft is one of the most dependably solid Android game developers out there. While their titles tend to have a lot in common, those who appreciate the city builder/RPG formula love it to death. The company's latest title is Pocket League Story 2, which builds on the eponymous original with a handful of new features, most notably the ability to play soccer games (well, sort of) against real-world opponents.

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Here's the gist: you're the owner of a brand-new soccer team, represented by tiny pixelated players and managers.

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