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Lilbits 385: Laptops big and small

A few days ago we reported that a Dell XPS 17 laptop was likely on the way. Now we know what it’ll probably look like, thanks to an image spotted on Dell’s website. Meanwhile One Netbook continues to leak tidbits of information about the company’s upcoming mini-laptop designed for gaming. This time we have a […]

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Coming soon: Search for an Android game, try it without installing

Want to try out a new Android game, but not sure if you want to download and install it first? Soon you might not have to: Google is rolling out a bunch of new features for Android game developers, and one is a new service that lets users tap a “try now” button from a search […]

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Record and share your Android gaming sessions

Google recently rolled out an updated version of the YouTube Gaming app for Android, allowing users to record and/or stream live video of their gaming session over YouTube. Now the company is bringing support for game recording to anyone with an Android device that has the Google Play Games app installed. Just fire up Play Games, […]

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The Walking Dead: Michonne coming to PC, console, mobile this fall

Telltale Games’ hugely popular story-based video game, The Walking Dead, is getting new content this fall. The first two seasons of the game have followed the story of eight-year-old Clementine and the people she meets in her quest for survival. This fall, Telltale Games will be exploring characters from the original comic book in an […]

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Google wants to let Android, iOS gamers play against each other

Google Play Games is a service that developers can use to let gamers play against one another over the internet, save game data to the cloud, and track achievements. Up until now, you’d needed an Android device to take advantage of all the features of Google Play Games. Now Google wants developers to integrate the […]

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Lilbits (7-24-2013): Google day edition

In case you missed it, today was a big day for Google news. The company unveiled its new Nexus 7 tablet, which we kind of already knew everything about anyway. But Google also introduced a $35 device called Chromecast which you can plug into a TV and use to stream videos, music, and web content […]

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Google launches Play game services, makes games social, syncs your data

As expected, Google is rolling out a new service called Google Play games. Game developers can tap into the API to synchronize game data across devices and add social elements to their games. Some of the APIs aren’t only available for Android, but also for web and iOS, which means you’ll be able to compare […]

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Google Play Games to bring cloud sync, social element to Android games

Google is getting ready to introducing a new social gaming service called Play Games. While the company hasn’t announced anything yet, the folks at Android Police got their hands on an updated version of the Google Play Services app and dug into it to look for new things. It turns out some of the biggest […]