Ready Steady Mental turns Google Cardboard into a stress reliever

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Put on Google Cardboard and go crazy. In Ready Steady Mental, developer Submachine Factory encourages users to kick and scream all they want to earn points. The virtual reality game simply asks users to “scream and shake” their heads for ten seconds. Apparently, Ready Steady Mental has “bleeding edge graphics and never-before-seen gameplay.” So, get your Google Cardboard on and let us know how crazy you went in ten seconds with this game. Who knows, it could relieve some of that stress you’ve been feeling.

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Square Enix rereleases Tomb Raider I for Android devices

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The Tomb Raider franchise holds a very special place in the hearts of gamers around the world. Since its first release almost twenty years ago, millions of gamers have spent hours playing as Lara Croft. The game that started it all can now be played on Android devices as Square Enix, its publisher, has rereleased Tomb Raider I. Everything about the original, even its blocky graphics, returns in the version available right now in the Play Store. Tomb Raider I for Android also includes two extra chapters and support for MOGA and Logitech accessories.

The game costs $0.99 and requires 320MB of memory to install.

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Dish Network, Time Warner agreement sends HBO to Sling TV

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Starting at $20 per month, Sling TV seems like a decent value considering its channel lineup. Not everything can be found on Sling TV, but it does have valuable channels such as ESPN, AMC, History, CNN, and more. Consumers can then pick up even more channels for an additional monthly fee. Soon, a premium cable channel will join the over the top service.

Dish Network, Sling TV’s parent company, reached an agreement with Time Warner that ushers in HBO to customers. For $15 per month (on top of the base monthly fee), Sling TV subscribers gain access to live and on-demand from HBO. All of the critically acclaimed content seen on HBO will be available to Sling TV subscribers. The premium cable channel will launch on Sling TV prior to the season premiere of Game of Thrones on April 12.

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Slacker Radio finally gets Chromecast support

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Well it’s about time!!! Google just announced a few new apps that now have Chromecast support, but for whatever reason, they didn’t mention Slacker Radio. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the update this morning with Chromecast support. This is long overdue for one of the top music streaming apps, but I guess it’s better late than never right? Does this mean Android TV support is coming soon?


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Sports, music, TED now Chromecast compatible

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A new batch of apps have added casting capabilities so users can enjoy native support for their Chromecast devices. Headlining the newest group of apps with Chromecast support is TED, a popular service that provides TED Talks, presentations from a variety of presenters on inspirational topics. Users should find plenty of new content available as the annual TED conference just wrapped up, although older material is available through the app as well.
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Opera Browser Beta update brings 64-bit support, Chromium 42 codebase and other improvements

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When it comes to Android, you have a ton of options to choose from when deciding which browser to use on your smartphone or tablet. Opera is a name that been around for quite a while, and it has pushed an update for its Opera Browser Beta app with some must-have features that will help it keep pace with the competition.


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