Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition
To mark ten years since the release of GTA Vice City – yes, you are getting old – Rockstar Games released the venerable open-world crim-sim for mobile devices. But while Apple users have been playing the game for the last week, the Android version was delayed. Well, suffer no more, 'Droid fans: Office Cat has secured a copy from the Google Play store for a relatively paltry £3.74. Violence ahoy for this kitteh. Check out our full review to see if it's money well spent.
EE has announced that 17 more cities will be getting the high-speed mobile broadband treatment, with many on the list getting 4G LTE by the end of 2012. Some towns will have to wait until March of 2013, though. Still, if you live in one of the following cities, you'll be lapping up super-fast download speeds before long: Bradford, Chelmsford, Coventry, Doncaster, Dudley, Leicester, Luton, Newport, Reading, Rotherham, St Albans, Sunderland, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall, Watford, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton.
Olive ONE streamlines all your music into one place
Like many music aficionados, Office Cat's collection of tunes is spread out across many different devices and services. Fortunately Olive's come to the rescue with this all-in-one home music centre that keeps your music in the cloud. It'll stream music anywhere you have an Internet connection and serve up delicious tunes using a touchscreen interface. Check out the Olive One IndieGoGo page for more details – you'll need to pledge US$400 to get your hands on the player when it launches in 2013.
The UK Google Play store has added a new section for Magazines, letting you peruse your favourite periodicals on your Android phone or tablet. There's also an associated Magazines app, which lets you browse and buy publications. And yes, before you ask: we're considering an Android version of Stuff.
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