App and game news you may have missed (May 28)

Slacker Radio, GAMEVIL, Life360, and other developers had interesting weeks.

The hottest Android apps and games around (May 28)

Looking for something new to install on your Android phone or tablet over the long weekend? With millions of options to choose from, it’s not always easy to determine?the best of the best. Because of that, we sometimes have to turn to our friends or?family for recommendations. Beyond that, it doesn’t hurt to look at what the entire space is up to in order to figure out the trending apps and games.

The Frog Who Travels is too difficult for its target audience [Review]

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When I first saw The Frog Who Travels ?I was hopeful that it would be a throwback to Frogger. Not so much. What I did find was a cute little jumping game that is much too difficult for its target audience. Gameplay This game is a side-scroller that has you controlling a frog who leaps from column to column trying to avoid falling into the water. Why a frog needs to avoid water is beyond me.

[Review] Caseco Mountie: World’s smallest vent mount

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I’ve spent about a week using the Caseco vent mount for phones, and I have to say it’s very handy. It’s a small, low-profile device and it’s easy to use and set up, and since it clips on you can use it in multiple cars. The vent mount consists of a neodymium ring magnet that you stick to the back of your phone, or a case.

BlackBerry working to allow updates on unlocked AT&T branded Priv's when not using AT&T SIM

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Software update not received on unlocked AT&T branded PRIV when using a non-AT&T SIM card OVERVIEW If the AT&T branded PRIV was purchased as a factory unlocked device and is not being used with an active AT&T SIM card, software updates will be unavailable. RESOLUTION BlackBerry is currently working on a solution to allow updates to be made available to these devices.

LogMeOnce: Safe, fast, and secure password management (Review)

Overview For some, password managers are an essential part of life. For others, they’re quite unnecessary. Personally, prior to doing this post, I was in the second camp. Why would I want to give my passwords to some company I had never heard of and then shell out money for a glorified password journal? That is, I felt this way until LogMeOnce ?made me reconsider.

70 great HD wallpapers to kick off summer vacation season

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces . – Wikipedia It’s also the unofficial start to summer vacation season, and we have collected 70 wallpapers to help get you into the season.

My Mount Rushmore of Smartphones (Volume 2)

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Smartphones. The first thing we check in the morning and the last thing we look at before going to bed at night. They’re quickly becoming the vessel that brings us all our news, entertainment,?and communication with others. There are many flavors of Android on the market today. You can go out and buy a super budget phone for $50 or spend upwards of $800 on?the highest end device.

Manage your screenshots with Screen Snapp for BlackBerry 10

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Taking a screenshot on a BlackBerry 10 smartphone is quick and easy, just press and hold the volume keys together for 3 seconds and a toast notification usually pops up to let you know a screenshot has been taken. By default, your screenshots get saved in Device->Camera folder.

FRESHeBUDS: water-resistant wireless earbuds for $29 (DEAL)

Quick, what are your plans for this coming summer? We’re willing to bet that a lot of what you might like to do involves being outdoors — and likely with your phone and some accompanying music.. And when you’re at the mercy of the elements, you can run into the occasional rain shower or downpour. Don’t let a few sprinkles ruin your day, causing you to take your playlist indoors.