Last week we learned that No Break Games’ quirky physics-based puzzle game Human: Fall Flat would be coming to Android on June 26th, and thankfully the developer has stayed true to its word as the title is now officially available on the Play Store for $4.99.
Human: Fall Flat is an odd puzzle game with imprecise controls, and that’s by design. You can expect both a single player mode as well as multiplayer content where you can group with up to 3 other friends.
Human: Fall Flat is a chaotic physics-based puzzle game, and it just landed on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Earlier this year, Verizon announced that it was going to ask the FCC for an exemption regarding the restriction placed on its purchase of the 700MHz block back in 2008, preventing it from SIM-locking phones it sold. Verizon wanted to impose a new 60-day carrier lock on its devices, claiming that it would help the carrier fight fraud. Whether you believe that argument or not doesn’t matter now, as the FCC has granted Verizon its blessing.
FCC says Verizon can start locking phones to its network for 60 days, must automatically unlock after was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
According to Korean tech outlet ET News, Samsung’s next foldable smartphone won’t look much like the delayed Galaxy Fold at all. In fact, it’s in many ways going to be quite the opposite – particularly in the way it folds.
ET News claims the “next-generation” folding device will still keep the screen on the inside, but will take the shape of a classic clamshell style flip phone — you know, the kind you were using in 2005.
Samsung’s next foldable phone could be a lot like Motorola’s unreleased RAZR was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
As Samsung and Huawei attempt to re-engineer their foldable phones so that they don’t break so easily once they limp to market, we’re left with smartphones with tack-on screens, laptops, and convertible or so-called 2-in-1 tablets. Microsoft seems to have mastered the folding aspect of its hardware with its Surface lineup of PCs, but it may be stretching to produce a new “foldable” tablet that will run, of all things, Android apps.
Microsoft may launch a dual-screen, foldable Surface that runs Android apps and iCloud was written by the awesome team at Android Police.