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Samsung could finally make the tablet Apple can't

Samsung could finally make the tablet Apple can't

If you didn't know Samsung's working on a tablet with a display that folds not once, but twice, count yourself informed. Following initial reporting, further details are unfolding about the product build and timeline.

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Square Enix has another really expensive, really old RPG coming to Android

Square Enix has another really expensive, really old RPG coming to Android

Square Enix recently revealed that the classic PS1-era RPG SaGa Frontier is coming to a plethora of platforms as a remaster in the summer of 2021. The game is slated for a release on Android, as well as the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and iOS, and that's about all of the information Square currently has to offer. Luckily the developer has released an announcement trailer, and so far, things are looking pretty good.

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Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts expansion is now available on Android

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts expansion is now available on Android

Feral Interactive has just announced that it will bring the Opposing Fronts expansion to the mobile version of Company of Heroes next year. This expansion is expected to arrive on Android (and iOS) in early 2021, and seeing that the studio brought Company of Heroes to Android back in September, it makes sense that the game's expansions have been spaced out, which is how Feral has handled many of the previous expansion for its other ports. So while this news isn't unexpected, it's nice to see a confirmation that the studio will be bringing more content to one of the best Strategy games on mobile.

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Crash Bandicoot: On the Run is available on Android a day early

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run is available on Android a day early

It would appear that two Crash Bandicoot fans (Jump Button and Motwera) have uncovered an upcoming mobile Crash Bandicoot game through a Facebook search. Currently, there is a survey available for the supposed Crash Bandicoot Mobile title on StoreMaven (a mobile growth website) that mentions the game isn't available yet while simultaneously asking for input to improve the game's development. So while the existence of Crash Bandicoot Mobile has yet to be confirmed by King, the recent leak from Jump Button and Motwera looks pretty convincing.

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Project Cars Go speeds onto Android as a one-tap racer

Project Cars Go speeds onto Android as a one-tap racer

The last time we heard about Project Cars Go was way back in 2018 when Gamevil announced the title. Apparently the racer entered into an open beta in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands last month, and today the game is finally available on the Play Store for pre-registration, at least in the US. This should all signal that we are nearing the game's launch, not that it's easy to get excited for yet another CSR Racing clone for mobile.

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After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

LCD tablets aren't exactly the best e-readers out there, but they're definitely a choice out in the marketplace. Companies slap on Android and their reader app and it's easy as pie. So easy that Barnes & Noble has opted to commission Lenovo to produce a successor to its 10" Nook Android tablet from 2018.

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League of Legends: Wild Rift finally gets a US release date for the upcoming open beta

League of Legends: Wild Rift finally gets a US release date for the upcoming open beta

Back in May, we highlighted a rumor that League of Legends might come to Android courtesy of Tencent, a company that just so happens to own Riot Games, the developer of League of Legends. It has now been revealed that Riot has been very busy having recently announced three new games for mobile themed around the LoL franchise. In this article, I'm going to be talking about League of Legends: Wild Rift, a redesigned 5v5 MOBA slated for release on mobile and consoles in 2020.

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T-Mobile's newest, most expensive plan doesn't throttle, gives Netflix to single lines for the first time

T-Mobile's newest, most expensive plan doesn't throttle, gives Netflix to single lines for the first time

T-Mobile is debuting a new wireless service plan on Wednesday called Magenta MAX with no network throttling thresholds and room to upgrade the already-provided free Netflix plan from the basic tier to standard on family accounts. With the new plan comes upgrades for an older plan as well as switcher offers for AT&T and Verizon customers.

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ASUS schedules March announcement for ROG Phone 5

ASUS schedules March announcement for ROG Phone 5

ASUS looks intent on pushing a fast follow-up to its $1,000 gamer-focused ROG Phone 3 — the poor thing only came out in October and it's got a successor lined up for March 9. Because the word "four" is a homonym for "death" in most Asian languages (where most of the major tech manufacturers are), we're talking about the ROG Phone 5.

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

Historically, Xiaomi has been a consistent contender to launch the first phones with next-generation Qualcomm silicon. It took the lead again by announcing its Mi 11 series of phones complete with the Snapdragon 888 in China last year. With that new engine comes a cavalry of other upgrades, and now, the phone is also available in international markets.

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