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[23 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]
Angry Birds: Space

Eskaycee reporting in ~
Still hot off the press and most likely will be for a while, the developers at Rovio Mobile Ltd released yet another Angry Bird game yesterday on Android, IOS, PC and Mac. This being their 4th installment of Angry Birds, they’ve taken the birds where no birds have gone before… in Space. Now how did they end up in space?! Take a look at the games description from Google Play below.  
Excert from Google Play: Angry Birds: Space
After a giant claw kidnaps their eggs, the Angry Birds chase it into a wormhole and find themselves floating …

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[18 Mar 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

Eskaycee reporting in ~
This experience began when I decided to download the game Airport City as it was one of the top free games on the Android Market on March 1st. As you reach new levels in the game, naturally, new quests appear. On one of those levels, I acted in haste so that my planes could take to the air and complete the new quests. On the quest “Yes, I’m a Foodie”, there’s a special item that you are required to have in order for your plane to take …

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[24 Jul 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Android App: QRdvark – QR Scanner

Ever seen one of these funky, white and black doted, weird and almost looking like an ink blot? I remember the first time seeing one of these and thought and I asked myself, am I suppose to see something here? Man was I wrong and just so you know, they are called Quick Response (QR) barcodes. When I found that out, I hastily began a hunt for the best QR Code reader for my phone, and I think I might’ve hit the jackpot when I found QRdvark.

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[24 Jul 2010 | One Comment | ]
Android App: Mangastream

Love Mangas? Tired of accessing them on your phone’s web browser? We have the perfect solution for you. Devnuts has created an Android app that allows you to access MangaStream’s website to view their latest manga scanlates.

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[21 Jul 2010 | One Comment | ]
Android As A Battlefield Arsenal?

Here’s the latest news on where Android is headed. Reuters has reported that Raytheon, a company that produces guided missiles, is working with Google, HTC and Motorola. They are developing various software using Google’s Android operating system to assist soldiers on the field.