Razer Junglecat

Razer Unveils Junglecat Android Gaming Controller

Razer has just taken the wraps off its latest Bluetooth Android gaming controller known as Junglecat. This is a modular controller that allows you to adjust the shape as you see fit. The retail packaging of this product also includes three custom-fit smartphone cases for the Razer Phone 2, Huawei P30 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy

ASUS to Launch ROG Phone 2 on July 23

ASUS launched the ROG Phone in June last year and appears to be preparing for the launch of the successor. According to a new report from China, the company will launch the ROG Phone 2 on July 23 at a dedicated ASUS event in Beijing, China. It is being said that the company will subsequently

PS4 Gaming Monitors

5 Best Gaming Monitor For PS4 In 2019

PlayStation offers you quality and comfortable gaming experience that is unimaginable on a standard PC or laptop. You get customizable consoles, HD quality and a lot more. But this experience cannot last forever, especially if you don’t have a monitor to match your advanced gaming set. The standard monitor will work fine for some games,

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[Deal] Logitech G230 gaming headset for $33.99

You can now get Logitech’s G230 gaming headset for just $33.99 on eBay. Although this is designed for the gamers, the fact that it comes with a decent pair of ear cups and a microphone makes for a pleasant experience for any audio lovers, especially if you happen to do a lot of talking online.


[Deal] Shield Remote now free along with the NVIDIA Shield console

If you’re looking to invest in the #NVIDIAShield console, some good news is waiting for you. NVIDIA has decided to bundle in the $50 worth Shield Remote along with every Shield TV, making it a very attractive proposition for prospective buyers. The Shield TV is available starting from $199.99, which makes it one of the most

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Multiple classic EA games removed from the Play Store

#EA has just removed some of the classic mobile games like Real Racing, Flight Control, Need for Speed Shift and many others from the #PlayStore. Those who have already downloaded the games will be able to play it as usual, but just won’t be able to get any future updates as they’re ceasing development altogether. In

Why can’t get we get enough of Flappy Bird?

Rolling Stone is running a feature on Flappy Bird’s creator, Dong Nguyen. Contributor David Kushner actually flew to Hanoi to interview the elusive game developer, and got the skinny on how the hit game came to be. In the article, we learn how Nguyen did not expect the game to be such a success, and

Is it really ‘game over’ for ‘Flappy Bird’?

If anything, the takedown could be one of the best marketing moves for Nguyen. Flappy Bird was popular enough, in its own endearing, annoying and time-consuming way. Announcing that it’s going to disappear from the official app stores soon only makes it all the more popular.

These Android games keep my kids occupied on those long trips

“Are we there yet?” is a common question your restless and impatient kids will often ask during road trips. Whether you’re traveling during heavy city traffic or taking a long drive to the suburbs, kids simply don’t have the attention span to last the trip. Fortunately — or sometimes, unfortunately — these days, mobile devices

Android, CES 2014 and the Internet of Things

Augmented reality glasses. Connected appliances. Connected cars. Motion-capture gaming exoskeletons. Smart watches. These are some of the technologies and innovations I kept close watch over at CES 2014. It can be noted that many of these technologies can be applied to Android, or at least have Android at their core. Even Intel’s thrust to support

Connected devices: Will Android be at the center of it all?

CES 2014 is in full force, and we are seeing a handful of interesting launches and updates from different companies. We have a recap of Day 1, with my colleague Adrian Diaconescu highlighting the good parts from a handful of major manufacturers, plus some areas in which the brands are quite lacking. What is interesting

What it takes to be a top Android game

It’s the year end once again, and holiday season would usually involve sales (starting from Black Friday and Cyber Monday onwards), promotions and deals. It’s also the time for year-end round-ups, top-10 lists and other rankings for the year. For instance, did you know that Facebook is the top mobile application of 2013? According to

Are we playing the same games over and over again?

“Pokemon X/Y is the exact same game we’ve been playing since 1996,” writes Stephen Hershey on Kill Screen. “And that’s okay,” he adds. With this latest release of what is likely to be yet another addictive game, one cannot help but have this nagging feeling that game developers are, after all, recycling the same concept

Microsoft Xbox, PC games are coming soon to Android, iOS

Microsoft may offer its Xbox and PC titles to Android and iOS users starting the end of the year, according to a Reuters report. To make this move possible, the Nikkei says that Microsoft has teamed up with Klab, a Japan-based smartphone game company. To start off, Microsoft is supposedly developing an Android and iOS