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  1. froggyboy604

    Allwinner Double OS for 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablet Mobile Market

    Allwinner has developed Double OS together with the Phoenix OS team, to provide one UI optimized for keyboard/mouse in productivity mode and another stock Android UI for touch-screen use. A nice operating system for laptops and tablets. The apps and devices shown in this video run pretty...
  2. froggyboy604

    GPD Pocket will be a 7 inch touchscreen laptop with Windows & Ubuntu support

    The GPD Pocket is expected to support either Windows 10 or Ubuntu 16.04 Linux. GPD is just showing off a few rendered images and mockup prototypes at this point, so we’ll have to wait a while to see a final, working product. But the company expects the system’s features to include: 7 inch...
  3. froggyboy604

    Touchjet Present Tutorial turns TV Monitor into Android touchscreen tablet

    Touchjet Present enables wireless collaboration across smart devices and paperless meetings with cloud based content sharing, digital annotation and automatic report. This does look pretty cool for kids, office workers, and teachers.
  4. froggyboy604

    x86/PC emulation may finally come to ARM/Mobile processors running Windows 10

    Over the past few years, Microsoft’s mobile business has collapsed to the point of being all but dead. But the firm continues working on Windows 10 Mobile, despite a general dearth of devices that run it. Continuum, a feature that allows Windows 10 devices to connect to external displays and...
  5. froggyboy604

    The Best Tablet for Gaming? video

    With tablets getting more and more powerful and options with Windows 10, Android and iOS available in this video I compare the best tablets to game on including the Nvidia Shield Tablet K1, Asus T100HA and iPad Mini 4 with gameplay from games like Minecraft, League of Legends and more using both...
  6. froggyboy604

    Mobile phone internet usage has finally overtaken desktop

    It was only a matter of time and it’s finally happened; mobile internet usage worldwide has finally surpassed the traditional desktop/PC. The results come via a report from StatCounter, originally reported on via TechChrunch, that states that 51.2 of internet usage in October 2016 was performed...
  7. froggyboy604

    iPad Mini Game Vice Controller = Next Level Portable Mobile Gaming

    The Gamevice is a cool contraption that brings tactile controls to your iPhone or iPad (different versions). The controls feel great and truly emulate a console controller experience. If you already of an iPad here's a way to step up the gaming experience especially for longer gaming sessions...
  8. froggyboy604

    Do you mostly use a PC to play Games from the Windows Store for Windows 8 and 10?

    Yes, I mostly use a PC to play games from the Windows Store for Windows 8/8.1 and 10 because I do not own a Windows tablet or Windows Phone Smartphone. I also prefer using a keyboard and mouse to play games like Asphalt 8, Modern Combat, and Sonic Dash which are available in the Windows Store.
  9. froggyboy604

    Do most of your PCs and mobile devices have games installed on them?

    Yes, most of my PCs including laptops, and tablets have games installed on them. I am a gamer so, I like looking for games to play on my PC and tablets. I usually prefer playing games instead of doing other video related entertaainment tasks like video, and reading.
  10. froggyboy604

    Sony To ‘Aggressively’ Push Into Mobile Gaming

    Sony is now looking to take full advantage of any such opportunity. Sony CEO Kaz Hirai has said that the Japanese company is now looking to “aggressively” push into mobile gaming. Read More I hope Sony's mobile games would be fun.
  11. Demon_Skeith

    Switch The NX is a console and a handheld?

    So if you've gone anywhere today remotely related to news, then you know NX rumors on burning once more. Basically the rumors state the NX will use an android/mobile level power chip, use cartridges, have two controllers and be completely mobile with a docking station to let it connect to your...
  12. froggyboy604

    Are mobile gamepad controllers for smartphones and tablets too expensive?

    I feel some gamepad controllers for Android and iOS which cost $10-30 are fairly priced. But, the controllers which cost $60 are too expensive unless they have a lot of nice features, or cool apps which let you map the buttons to the screen.
  13. froggyboy604

    Mesuit Battery case runs Android on iPhone

    Mesuit is the size and shape of a battery case and, in fact, it actually functions as one, giving an iPhone 6 or 6s additional 1,700 mAh of power, or 2,500 mAh for the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus. The secret, however, likes inside the case, which hides practically the barebones of a smartphone...
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    OGWARS

    Hi! We are OGWARS and we adore creating new games! The world is moving forward, that’s why our decision – mobile game apps for iOS and Android. We believe, in the nearest future mobile gaming platforms make great progress. Quality modern content, cool gameplay and super features are REAL prizes...
  15. Demon_Skeith

    PC/Mobile Pokémon Go Player Finds Dead Body

    Pokemon Go requires one thing (most of the time), which for people to go outside and capture pokemon in the real world. Though with more people going outside, they are bound to find more than pokemon and one teen found a dead body while trying to find a pokemon at a nearby river. When you...
  16. Demon_Skeith

    Pokemon Go

    Anyone here get Pokemon Go today? If so be careful, apparently the game app is a major battery killer even if plugged in.
  17. Demon_Skeith

    PC/Mobile Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

    Final Fantasy Brave Exvius has come out for mobile platforms of Android and IOS. It’s a free-to-play RPG with towns, NPCS, turn-based combat, and an actual story.
  18. froggyboy604

    Did you wish you can easily install a fan on a phone/tablet, so it runs cooler when gaming?

    I think it would be useful if there was a place on a smartphone or tablet for me to install an optional small sized cooling fan to cool my mobile device while I use it for gaming. I don't really care if the cooling fan use more of the battery power on a tablet because I mostly play games at...
  19. froggyboy604

    Would you use old Android smartphones/tablet as a game console?

    Yes, If my old tablets or smartphones has a HDMI port to display video on a TV or computer monitor, I would use my old mobile devices for emulating console games from the N64, Genesis, Dreamcast, Playstation 1, Super Nintendo, Nintendo, and Atari consoles because a lot of the games are harder to...
  20. froggyboy604

    Windows Phone Market Share Drops Below 1 Percent to 0.7 %

    Latest data from Gartner shows that close to 2.4 million Windows Phone handsets were sold in the recent quarter, accounting for 0.7 percent share in the market. That’s quite a decline from the same quarter last year when Windows Phone had a 2.5 percent share of the market. Read More I think...
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