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Asphalt Xtreme is out on the Play Store, with all the off-road racing you could want

Posted: 05 Nov 2016 01:07 PM PDT

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Gameloft's latest racing game, Asphalt Xtreme, has finally left pre-registration and is now available for download on the Play Store. The latest entry in the Asphalt series is primarily composed of off-road races in canyons, mud, and sand dunes.

There's a variety of popular real-life cars in this game, including models from Jeep, Ford, Dodge, and more. In total, the game has 35 cars in various form factors including rally cars, trucks, buggies, and SUVs. You can further customize vehicles with both performance and visual tweaks.

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Asphalt Xtreme is out on the Play Store, with all the off-road racing you could want was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Play Store has a new Trending section for entertainment, and it's fantastic

Posted: 05 Nov 2016 12:07 PM PDT

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It feels like Google changes the Play Store UI every few weeks. A larger button here, adjusting the font size there, and so on. But the new 'Trending' section on the Play Store is absolutely new, and is both incredibly useful and well-designed. The new addition can be found in the entertainment section, just below the new movie releases.

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Tapping on any one of the trending topics opens to a scrollable collage of news.

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Play Store has a new Trending section for entertainment, and it's fantastic was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Samsung: 85 percent of US Note 7s have been returned

Posted: 04 Nov 2016 04:19 PM PDT

Samsung Electronics has announced that 85 percent of Galaxy Note 7 devices within the US have been returned as part of the company's full recall of the device. As the dust settles from the company's discontinuation of the defective device, Samsung continues to work towards its goal of collecting all remaining devices on the market.

In an effort to encourage recalls, Samsung has announced that a software update will be released to all remaining Galaxy Note 7s in the coming days. This update will limit battery charging to 60 percent and incorporate a pop-up notification to return the phone whenever the user charges, reboots, or powers on the display of the device.

While Samsung is taking a heavy financial loss over the discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7, the company has been able to retain a strong amount of customer loyalty. Samsung has previously stated that most customers are choosing to exchange the Galaxy Note 7 for a comparable Samsung device, such as the Galaxy S7. While consumers will likely remain somewhat wary of the brand for a time, Samsung seems to have built a strong enough reputation to weather the storm.


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