Carl Ekelmans

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Dragon Swarm Review

<i>Dragon Swarm</i> is an extremely streamlined real-time strategy game developed by Spicy Pixel. Although the game isn't the best looking game for your …

148Apps Roundtable: iOS 7 Hopes, Dreams, and Blue Sky Wishes

At 148Apps, we use iOS a lot. I mean, a LOT. What may be an inconvenient feature to the average user is possibly a daily chore to folks like us, who …

Stickman Tennis Review

Simple yet fun, <i>Stickman Tennis</i> is a rather fun arcade-style tennis game. One that's frequently tempting to dive into for a set or two when there's …

Dots: A Game About Connecting Adds Native iPad Resolution, Multiplayer

<i>Dots: A Game About Connecting</i> is indeed a game about connecting the dots. This dot-filled title has been updated, adding native iPad resolution and a …

OneTrack Review

As a solo electronic musician with no band, one major challenge is to figure out how to set up a live show. Musicians who luck out can find a live …

This Week at 148Apps: May 27-31, 2013

The Latest App Reviews Are Here<p>Need to know the latest and greatest apps each and every week? Look no further than 148Apps. Our reviewers comb …

Gravity Guy 2 Review: High-Jumping Runner Fun - App Saga

Miniclip has made a lot of games, and so it’s always interesting to see what they come up with next. Their most recent release for iOS, Gravity Guy …

Nick app review: for those who can't get enough Nickelodeon

Nick<p>Price: Free<p>Nick by Nickelodeon is perfect for the kids to keep them busy and entertained with all their favorite Nickelodeon programs. Besides …

Android alters all: Now the PC?

The Android laptop is coming. Does that mean more market-share pain for Windows PCs?<p>Hewlett-Packard's upcoming notebook offerings speak for themselves. For $480, there's the SlateBook x2 Android "notebook". At $800, we have the Windows 8-based Split x2.<p>For me, the choice gets easier every time I …

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active will reportedly come in teal, according to a newly leaked image

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active has appeared in multiple forms, in red and in grey with AT&T’s logo slapped on the back. The handset is not going to be lacking in colors at all, as the device could come in teal as well.<p>This information comes from an image popular leaker <i>@evleaks</i> put up<i>.</i> <i></i>The image only …

Phones

New Features In Android 4.2.2 For HTC One Previewed – Battery Percent In Status Bar, Quick Settings, And More

One of the very few issues with the HTC One is that it still runs Android 4.1, whereas the Galaxy S4 started out on 4.2. A new report on what's to …

AA Weekly: top Android News of the week, June 2 2013

<i>In the AA Weekly, we recap the most significant events that happened over the past seven days in our world of Android. We look at new devices, major news, leaks, and everything else you should know to stay on top of the sprawling Android ecosystem.</i><p><b>The fabled white Nexus 4</b><p>This one’s short – the …

HTC One Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update features reportedly leaked

In our review of the HTC One we found very little to fault with the device. Its big, beautiful 4.7-inch display was something to marvel at. It was fast and responsive, and it also had a hardware design that was unparalleled in the Android market. But the phone wasn’t perfect and we did have to take …

The Exynos 5 Octa and the State of Samsung SoCs

Since the release of the first Galaxy S devices, Samsung has relied heavily on its in-house System-on-a-Chip (SoC), the Exynos. The CPUs in the Exynos chips are based on the Cortex series, licensed directly from ARM. Samsung frequently includes Mali GPUs in Exynos chips, which are also licensed …

From the editor's desk: The first quick hits of summer

One of the most important things to remember about the mobile space, I believe, is that there are so many moving parts. I can't help but believe that …

Stone Age

Weekly News Roundup #7 – India

<i>In a weekly segment, I’ll be doing a roundup of the mobile technology news in India, including new device announcements and releases from Indian manufacturers, network carrier news, and anything else that captures the pulse of the Android scene in India.</i><p>It’s been a relatively slow week as far as …

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