Next on the list, after the rather entertaining Asus press conference, is the Samsung Press Event. Will we see an official Galaxy 8 announcement or Geavr VR related goodies? Who knows, but chances are there will be a lot to do with TVs and smart home appliances. If that's your thing, you'll be happy. We are hoping for some mobile related news to come out of this event.
Released by errorsevendev, Into the Sky is a new puzzler available for Android. The idea behind the game is fairly straight foward. Players are looking to complete each level, and advance to the next one, by illuminating targets with lasers. Players will be directing a nameless robot around each level, to manipulate the position of various objects, to bring the lasers and targets into alignment.
The next press event for CES 2017, which will hopefully be a bit better than LG's event which had nothing at all to do with mobile, is the Asus press event. This will more than likely have plenty of mobile goodness in it, since it is called Zennovation. Either way, you can watch it live along with us being there at 11:30am PST.
RCA is trying to appeal to a wider customer base this year, evidenced by their two new tablets at CES. Dubbed the Voyager III and the Horizon 17, they aim to strike a balance between price and function. So does everyone else, so they need to hit a very small sweet spot.
Released by PolyPandas, Blast Blitz is a new endless game that's been released on to Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a nameless robot who seeks to navigate an endless maze. The layout and much of the games visual aesthetic is clearly inspired by Crossy Road.
Like every year we attend CES in all of its glory. This includes all the press events that happen the day before the actual show floor opens up, which happens to be today this year. While we sit in each press conference, you can follow along by watching the actual press event with us with the live stream from LG.
Okay, so it's not the Rocket League. But if the YouTube video recently uploaded by developer Zero Four Games is any indication, it may as well be. Turbo League, a Rocket League-inspired (I use the word inspired loosely) game, is coming to Android in the near future.
While everyone with an original Shield Android TV console is waiting to get the Android 7.0 (a.k.a Nougat), which has plenty of confusion as to exactly when that will be arriving (around a week from now), the Shield Android TV isn't the only Shield device getting the OS update soon.
NVIDIA's New Shield TV release may be getting all of the spotlight right now, and that won't be stopping with the software either. The new Android 7.0 Nougat upgrade is currently being sent out to their new consoles, and includes virtually all of the features that the New Shield TV
As you are probably well aware of by now, Nvidia announced a new refreshed version of their Nvidia Shield Android TV unit, which subsequently when up for pre-orders a few days after the reveal at CES 2017. Well if you've pre-ordered yours, or are just planning to order one when
Bungee Mummy is a fast-paced, adventure game where risk-taking, sharp reflexes and sheer determination are essential for victory! Swing and bungee launch through the fascinating world of Hagareem, escape the eerie levels and complete outrageous challenges to win real-life 3D printable rewards.
Revived and revitalized, thanks to his trusty friend Madu, King Phero has only one thing on his mind – to free his people from the clutches of the evil Solark. But first, he must escape the Great Pyramid and dash through the eerie underworld of Hagareem. Facing his darkest hour and countless baddies, King Phero calls upon his loyal friend Madu to light a path to victory.