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Millionaire Live is giving you 8 chances to win up to $1 million

Millionaire Live is giving you 8 chances to win up to $1 million

Who Wants to be a Millionaire has existed on U.S. television in primetime or syndication for 20 years. This season, comedian Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting a special primetime series starting this Wednesday, April 8. And, for the next 8 weeks, it will be a competitor to the recently-revived HQ Trivia, giving fans of the show a chance at winning at least $32,000 and up to $1 million.

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FNGenius is an upcoming HQ Trivia competitor from FOX TV

FNGenius is an upcoming HQ Trivia competitor from FOX TV

Quiz app HQ Trivia became immensely popular in a short space of time, capitalizing on users' fondness for being challenged as well as their thirst for winning (often tiny amounts of) cash. The app's success hasn't gone unnoticed by the Fox Broadcasting Company, which is about to debut a competitor called FNGenius: Live Game Show.

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HQ Trivia is coming to Android, pre-register for it now

HQ Trivia is coming to Android, pre-register for it now

Fans of game shows have yet another thing to be happy about this Christmas. Yesterday HQ Trivia announced that it was bringing its live trivia app to Android. Although a date doesn't seem to have been set just yet, you can pre-register to be notified when the app goes live in the Play Store

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CW's Game Show 'Capture' Pits Players Against Each Other In A Real-Life Video Game Using Customized Android Devices

CW's Game Show 'Capture' Pits Players Against Each Other In A Real-Life Video Game Using Customized Android Devices

Android powers most of the worlds smartphones and a sizable number of tablets, but that's just scratching the surface of what our favorite mobile operating system can do. Consider Capture, a game show on CW where contestants utilize Android to capture one another in the real world. They compete in an environment that's filled with power-ups, dangers, and even an electronic fence that serves in place of the invisible walls that plague all but a few 3D games. None of the technology used in the show is fake, and contestants are equipped with an Android device strapped to their wrists that looks not too unlike the Android phone wrist watch we mocked in AP Files #1.

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