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A new feature for Memory Defrag is the gameplay; instead of the normal tap-and-play system, Memory Defrag side-scrolls, with 3D-ish (2.5D?)
This is the third game available for Android, after End World and Code Register were released in 2013 and 2014.
Bandai Namco seems to pump out anime games at a rate of knots unseen by man, so it’s no surprise to see a new one in the Sword Art Online series, this time called ‘Memory Defrag,’ originally announced in June.
Besides from the slightly bizarre name, this looks like a good anime RPG game, by all accounts.
Either way, if you’re an anime fan, go get it.
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Acer and Asus announce new Chromebooks with Google Play and USB-C support
There’s movement in Chromebooks today with Acer and Asus announcing new devices with the Acer Chromebook Spin 11 and the Asus Chromebook C213, both of which include support for Android Apps, USB-C and stylus support.
These two new devices are education focused and will include not only Google Play support, but also support USB-C and Stylus input.
The stylus support will take advantage of Apps including Google Keep which recently included handwriting recognition.
The hardwware spec list for the Asus Chromebook C213 hasn’t been announced, but the Acer Spin 11 will include an Intel Celeron processor with options for dual or quad-core support.
There’s been an increased focus on Chromebooks of late with the inclusion of Android Apps on all Chromebooks being released from now on.
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Malware makes a comeback to Google Play as new variant dubbed HummingWhale
Dubbed HummingWhale, the updated version of the malware was found hidden in 20 different apps on Google Play by security researchers.
Check Point said it has informed Google’s security team about the HummingWhale infected malicious apps, which have since been removed from Google Play.
The malware is also capable of camouflaging malicious activity, which allows it to infiltrate Google Play and avoid security detection.
The HummingBad malware is back on Google Play in a new avatar.
The infected apps have reportedly already been downloaded by unsuspecting users several million times.