It was back in January when the uber popular game Shadowgun received “The Leftover” update, a welcomed expansion pack containing four additional levels and a slew of new features. At that time the update was limited to the standard game while the Tegra 3 THD version was promised to arrive in the near future. Well here we are two months later and Shadowgun THD is finally getting its just desserts as the “Datadisc” update has landed in the Google Play store. Once updated this is what you can expect:
- 4 new levels
- new enemy creature
- new gun
- new type of gaming interaction
- new soundtrack
- New or improved content in general (with impact also on original Shadowgun version)
- new element in the control – Roll
- tuned difficulty, weapons and enemies
- better, more intensive gaming experience
So there you have it folks. If you’ve already purchased Shadowgun THD and havn’t received your update yet may I what you are waiting for? If you thought the game was cool before wait till you see it now, I swear the graphics got better too! To grab the update or to purchase the game for $4.99, hit up one of the links after the break.
Yesterday we showed you the humongus 13-inch AT330 tablet from Toshiba. At that time we got a glimpse at what this monster of a slate looks like in all of its TV tuning glory but it was pretty hard to tell exactly how large the tablet really is. Techblog.gr, the folks who brought us the original image, has provided us with some new images comparing the AT330 next to the Excite 10 LTE and AT270. We can now get a better perspective as to how big this tab is in comparrison to the 10 and 7-inch tablets we all have grown accustom to.
So now that you’ve seen it next to a tablet with a familiar size what do you think? Too big? You mean to tell me bigger isn’t actually always better better? :-P
For those times that you’d like to transfer some files from your smartphone to your thumb drive, but you don’t have your computer handy, you can turn to the Sanwa USB Reader/Dock. This nifty little gizmo is quite handy for those on-the-go quick transfers. Your plug-in options consist of a full-size USB port, SD card slot, micro SD card slot and a micro USB port. Sanwa has conditioned this tool to work with a small portion of phones at this time including the Samsung Galaxy S2, Sony Xperia NX SO-02D, Sony Xperia arco HD IS12S, Toshiba REGZA Phone T-01D, and Sony S-series Tablet. Interested buyers can snatch one up for around $40 USD by clicking the source link below.
source: Sanwa via Everything USB
Google Play Music has come a long way since it originally hit the market as Google Music beta and if the Google Operating System website is anything to go by, it could be about to get even better. The sneaky snoops managed to unearth the Google Play Music source code and the bounty within gives a few clues towards some forthcoming features. The most interesting discovery was a ‘Music Labs’ page and if you know your Google, you’ll know that Labs is used as a testing ground for experimental features and works in progress that may or may not make the final product.
Some of the new features we can expect to see include a browser based music uploader which would likely replace the desktop application. There’s also a new history section which is likely to show you play counts and other trends. It also looks like there will be different visuals available, perhaps allowing you to skin the music player to your taste.
There’s no timeline on when we could expect to see these new features and in typical Labs fashion we may not even see some of them at all, but we can be certain to see the evolution of Google Music as the year rolls on.
source : Google Operating System
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 was announced last September and has been available overseas for quite a few months. It finally made it’s way to the U.S. as the latest 4G LTE tablet on Verizon Wireless. There’s certainly no shortage of tablets available, but if your next tablet purchase has to have LTE connectivity, your choices are more limited. If you’re looking for a mid-sized tablet with solid LTE coverage, you really only have two choices; this one or the DROID XYBOARD 8.2. This is my full review, but you can also check out my initial hands on as well.
Well what have we here? It looks like Samsung has a some sort of event planned next week at the flagship Phones 4U store in London. Pictures taken by a passerby show that something is going to happen on the 30th of March but other than that it’s a complete mystery. Could this be a sign that the Galaxy S III is merely only a week away? Or is it something else? The store in which this display is located is actually the flagship shop in which Samsung chose to exclusively sell the Galaxy Nexus at launch… Coincidence? It seems rather unlikely for the retailer to make such a big fuss and include a date if it was only going to be an announcement of some kind but it surely isn’t the GSIII is it? Thankfully it’s only a wait of seven days before we know exactly what the heck is going on.
What are your thoughts? Do you think it’s time for the GSIII to see the light of day, or is it too soon? Let us know in the comments below and as always, we will fill you in if we learn anything new.
Verizon IndyCar fans everywhere will rejoice with the new INDYCAR Mobile app for smartphones and tablets. The latest version of the app now puts speed-oholics in the drivers seat allowing fans access to live coverage of the IZOD IndyCar Series and the Firestone Indy Lights Season. From in-car camera action to in-the-moment driver-pit crew transmissions, the INDYCAR Mobile app has all the excitement to get your motor running. Fans will also have access to the most up-to-date news and coverage on all cars participating in these two events including the No.12 car, driven by Will Power and sponsored by Verizon Wireless. The app is exclusively available to Verizon phones and tablets comprising of more than 35 Android smartphones, tablets and iOS devices on their network. Android phones can dial **INDY (**4639) to download the latest version of the INDYCAR Mobile app and Android tablets can search in the Google Play Store for “Indycar”.
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Well we know that ICS for the UK versions of Samsung Galaxy S II devices are on the way, but aside from Three UK pushing the update out officially— we hadn’t heard too much detail from mobile carriers highlighting when owners of the device would get the update. Mobile carrier Orange UK has finally come out and confirmed the update will arrive on devices in April, though it stopped short of indicating when exactly it will arrive. That means owners of the smartphone won’t know if they’ll get new features such as Facial Unlock until next week at the earliest, though it could be as late as the end of next month.
It could be worse for you Orange UK subscribers— other carriers such as T-Mobile UK and Vodafone hasn’t even specified to its customers when the updates will arrive on their devices. Here’s hoping you all on Orange UK will get the update (much) sooner than later.
source: CNet Crave UK
AT&T is making a serious push to ensure the best quality is met for its various devices by making sure Android 4.0 gets pushed out to many of its premium offerings released in the last year. After formally introducing the ICS update for the HTC Vivid yesterday, AT&T has officially confirmed several additional devices will get ICS “in the coming months.” Naturally we already knew some devices from OEMs like Motorola and Samsung would be getting ICS ahead of AT&T’s announcement. Here’s a quick rundown of the devices that will be getting a heaping portion of that sweet, sweet treat:
- LG Nitro
- Motorola ATRIX 2
- Motorola ATRIX 4G
- Pantech Burst
- Pantech Element
- Samsung Captivate Glide
- Samsung Galaxy Note
- Samsung Galaxy S II
- Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9
Kudos to AT&T for re-iterating it will ensure the best quality possible for its devices. If you’re an AT&T subscriber, you see your device on the list and don’t plan on changing or upgrading your device, it looks like you have a lot to look forward to for 2012. Hit the break for the full presser from AT&T.
When Google Music launched last year with a limit of 20,000 songs per account, we never imagined there could be a streaming limit, but one such user encountered one. Turns out that apparently there is a daily streaming limit, but that it has been set high enough that the majority of users are unlikely to hit it. Whether the limit is a certain amount of songs or actual time, we don’t know, but it appears you probably need to stream your Google Music for at least half the day to hit it. The good news is that if you do hit it, you will be good to go for the next day. How about you guys? Anyone hit the limit? I bet a few of you are going to try it. Go ahead and let us know what you find out.