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HTC’s One Max handset headed to Verizon, suggests leaked image

An HTC One. Will there quickly be an HTC One Max as neatly? An enormous HTC handset, complete with a fingerprint scanner, may be coming to Verizon wireless, leaked pictures suggest. A nameless, purported Verizon employee over the weekend posted pictures of what he claims is a flagship HTC handset, referred to as the One Max, coming to Verizon’s network. …

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Dead Trigger 2 coming out on iOS and Android on October 23

Mad finger’s latest try at a benchmark-atmosphere cell game, lifeless set off 2, finally has an unencumbered date. The game might be hitting iOS and Android units on October 23, and will probably be free-to-play, just like the previous sport. The studio plans to earn cash off the sport during the inclusion of micro transactions. As the identify may imply, …

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Ron Gilbert’s The Cave is coming to iPad this summer

Ron Gilbert’s The Cave Ron Gilbert’s recent game—The Cave—is getting ported to iOS devices. The iPad version of the game will be making it to the App Store this summer, according to TouchGen. The tablet-optimised version was showcased by Sega at E3 last week. Apparently, the iPad version of the game has gone through some major tweaking for the control …

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Samsung’s low-budget Galaxy Music gets a Jelly Bean update

Galaxy Music gets a Jelly Bean update Samsung, on Sunday, released an update for its low-budget Android smartphone, Galaxy Music GT-S6010.   According to reports, the company started the rollout of the update for Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the UK; other countries are expected to receive the upgrade in the coming days. Samsung Galaxy Music, which hit the markets …

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Netflix support coming to ARM-based Chromebooks

Netflix support Those who’ve bought the low-cost Samsung Chromebook will be able to watch Netflix streaming video — at some point. “We are collaborating with Google on a solution for ARM-based Chromebooks,” said Netflix spokesman Joris Evers last night. He didn’t share details on the company’s schedule or its technical approach to bringing its service to Chrome OS, Google’s browser-based …

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