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Oct 23, 2013

Download Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android Now on Google Play for Free




EA has finally released the long-awaited Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android on Google Play Store. The game was initially launched on iOS platform and then made available to Android users in Australia and New Zealand.

It's been almost a month since only a few Android enthusiasts could download the game and Plants vs Zombies 2 has finally been unleashed on Google Play and made available for everyone. The game comes with the same features as the iOS version, so expect lots of fun for loads of hours. Keep in mind the game requires Android 2.3 Gingerbread, ARMv7 1GHz or higher and 1 GB of RAM in order to run optimally. Developers also claim features may vary by mobile device.

You can now download Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android 1.5.252752 for free via Google Play Store. As mentioned earlier, the game should be fully compatible with devices powered by Android 2.3 and up.

Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android
Image credits to EA

BBM Crashes on iOS 7.0.3, BlackBerry Working on a Fix




BBM users who upgraded their iPhones to iOS 7.0.3 have been affected by a critical bug that makes the instant messaging application almost impossible to use.

As CrackBerry points out, BlackBerry Messenger application uses a special HelveticaNeue-Italic font, which, unfortunately, has been removed by Apple in the iOS 7.0.3 update. This issue causes BBM to randomly crash. The problem is said to affect all iPhone users who upgraded to iOS 7.0.3, but those who kept their smartphones on a previous version don’t have any problem using BBM.

The good news is BlackBerry is aware of this problem and is working hard to offer a fix as soon as possible. We will keep an eye out for any updates on the issue, so stay tuned for additional info when it becomes available.

BBM logo
Image credits to BlackBerry

MSI Adora24 All-in-One PCs Upgraded with Intel Haswell CPUs




The Haswell line of CPUs now has another all-in-one computer under its belt, courtesy of Micro-Star International.

Haswell is the codename used to refer to the latest generation of Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 central processing units, both for desktops and for notebooks. MSI has chosen to outfit the Adora24 AiO with Core i3 and Core i5 mobile multi-core chips. Adore24 isn't a new computer though. Just the latest to be getting this upgrade. All-in-One systems often have to use laptop components because they need to be very compact themselves, hence the use of mobile chips instead of desktop ones (they would be too hot).

MSI has also installed the NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics card, plus MSI's latest software tools. The MSI Adora24M and Adora24G with older-generation CPUs will be gone by the end of the month (October 23, 2013).

MSI Adora24
Image credits to MSI

Lenovo ThinkPad X3 Ultrabook Specs Image Leaked




It appears that Lenovo is working on a new Ultrabook, as a bunch of details slipped online today, via Notebook Review. We’re talking about the ThinkPad X3, expected to be considerably thinner than its successor, the X1 Carbon.

With the new set of leaked specifications present online, now we can get a better idea of what Lenovo is aiming to provide here. The ThinkPad X3 is expected to come boasting a QHD IPS display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, integrated graphics. Under the hood, Lenovo offers powerful Intel Core i3-i7 options.

Wi-Fi, LTE and NFC functionalities are going to be provided as well. Users can choose between 4GB or 8GB of RAM of storage. The X3 will ship with the ThinkPad Onelink dock and its battery will provide a hearty nine hours of juice to the device. So far pricing details and availability haven’t been disclosed yet.

Lenovo ThinkPad X3 Ultrabook specifications leak
Image credits to NotebookReview

Impactics Haswell Fanless NUC Case




Intel's Core-series of CPUs were made for mid-to-high-end PCs, but there are those who make mini PCs with them. FanlessTech decided to help.

Intel itself has a mini PC ready to accept its Haswell line of CPUs (fourth-generation Core-series). Called NUC, Next Unit of Computing, it is small and shaped like a block. Almost cube-like. The chassis, in this case, plays more than just the role of pretty skin. In fact, it does most of the cooling. Impactics has now created a case that can make it unnecessary for the CPU to have even a fan of its own.

More specifically, the new NUC case can take Intel's D54250WYK motherboard, complete with Intel Core i5-4250U processors (dual-core, up to 2.60 GHz, 3 MB L3 cache) and fanlessly keep the heat off them. The reference case has a lateral-blower fan that can get really noisy, so Impactics may get quite a few buyers.



Impactics NUC Case
Images credits to Fanlesstech

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