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Germ Defense: Plague Wars

Germ Defense is a fast paced defense type game, combining real time strategy (RTS), Tower Defense (TD) and some RPG elements with lots of action !The main goal of the game is to destroy the "Mother Virus" which is releasing it's little buddies to…

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  • Giveaway: Win one of 3 brand new AT&T Samsung Galaxy S8 Actives [US]

    AT&T and Android Police have partnered up to give three of our readers a brand new Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, which is a $849 value.

    The Active series has been a fixture for some time now for Samsung. For the uninitiated, the basic concept with the Galaxy S8 Active is that you’re getting the flagship S8 inside of a durable, rugged package.

    The S8 Active features a shatterproof screen (for drops of 5 feet or less onto flat surfaces), IP68-rated water and dust resistance, and what Samsung calls a “military grade” metal frame for everything else you throw at it.

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  • Sony’s trying to cash in on Pokémon Go’s success with Ghostbusters World

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    If you’ve been itching to catch more virtual monsters and Pokémon Go is starting to get long in the tooth, you’ll soon have a few new options to choose from. In addition to Niantic’s own AR Harry Potter-themed game that’s coming out this year, Sony Pictures Entertainment just announced it’s taking its own stab at this game type with Ghostbusters World.

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    After becoming a worldwide phenomenon on iOS, HQ Trivia launched on Android as a limited beta last Christmas. The beta was then opened up to anyone that wanted to give HQ a shot on December 31, and just about two months later, HQ Trivia’s Android app is leaving the beta stage for good.

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    Over the past week, IFTTT has added 3 new channels to its hundreds of supported services for smart integrations and automations. Two of them are little known: SURY Assistant and ELA Smart Lighting, but the third one is quite important: Cortana.

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  • Huawei confirms its next phone is the P20 and will have three cameras

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    We’ve been hearing leaks and rumors regarding the Huawei P20 for quite some time now, and just a few short days before MWC 2018 begins, Huawei’s sent out a teaser to make sure you don’t forget about its event next month.

    There’s been some debate regarding whether the upcoming phone would be branded as the P20 or P11, and while sources of ours confirmed this earlier in the year, this is the first time Huawei’s officially acknowledged the P20 name.

    Huawei just confirmed the name of its next flagship: The #HuaweiP20 is officially the #HuaweiP20 pic.twitter.com/HdOAsycA7i— Alex Dobie (@alexdobie) February 23, 2018

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