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Step-by-step guide: How to install Counter-Strike on your Android device

Since publishing our story about how to make Counter-Strike for PC run on your Android phone or tablet, we’ve received a smorgasbord of messages asking for help on how to install the game.

Well, dear readers and fellow recovering Counter-Strike addicts, ask and you shall receive: Here’s our step-by-step guide — with screenshots and accompanying annotations — on how to get one of the most popular PC games of all time running on your Android device.

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Apple’s MacBook refresh comes with faster CPU, rose-gold finish

Apple just announced a refresh for its 12-inch MacBook weeks before its developer conference in June, where it is expected to show off the latest operating system updates for all its devices. As expected, the second-generation model doesn’t bring any design overhauls, though it addresses two major issues many users raised with the original ultra-thin laptop: computing power and battery life.

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Finally, someone made Counter-Strike’s PC version run on Android

As if we need further proof that smartphones are basically tiny PCs that fit our hands nicely, you can now play Counter-Strike on just about any Android phone. To be clear, we’re not talking about a cash-grabbing gimmick in the guise of a mobile game, or a clone of arguably the most-loved first-person shooter of all time; this is the real deal, with AI opponents (a.k.a. bots) thrown in for good measure.

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LG G5 price, availability in PH revealed in preorder announcement

Remember the LG G5, the sort-of modular Android flagship launched at the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona? The one that comes with a pair of back cameras and separately sold accessories, including a VR goggle, a 360-degree camera, and a BB-8 clone? Right. Well, it’ll be available for preorder in the Philippines next week, a good ten days before its local debut.

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Acer’s Liquid Jade Primo is a flagship Windows 10 phone that doubles somewhat as a pocket PC

Contrary to what you may have seen on the news, Microsoft isn’t the only company with an interest in seeing Windows 10 Mobile take off.

Amid sluggish growth — which according to industry analyst IDC, won’t get much better in the foreseeable future — and a dismal 2015 that saw its mobile operating system’s market share dip to 2.2 percent (compared to Android’s 81 percent), Microsoft has found a hardware partner in Acer, which produced the phone you’re looking at now.

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Globe baits prepaid users with no-contract data plans

Globe Telecom just announced a set of no-contract data plans for smartphones (and tablets with SIM slots), starting at P600 per month for 500MB of data and going up all the way to P3,000 monthly for 20GB of data, among other perks.

And before you get too excited, neither of the plans include a mobile device, meaning you only get a SIM card and, presumably, some documentation upon signing up.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro Unboxing

The new 9.7-inch iPad Pro is, in all fronts, the most impressive iPad ever built. It’s got a new A9X processor that Apple says is more powerful than most PCs, the camera of the iPhone 6S, which apart from offering better autofocus and low-light performance, can also shoot 4K video, and a new anti-reflective display with TrueTone technology that adapts color temperature based on its surroundings.

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Philippines tops Facebook’s basketball game

On March 17, Facebook secretly rolled out Messenger Madness, named after one of the most popular annual sporting events in the United States – March Madness. It’s a hidden virtual basketball game inside the Messenger app. Activating the game is simple: use the basketball emoji in any Messenger conversation and tap on it afterwards.

Several virtual layups and dunks later, Facebook said the Philippines tops the list of countries with the most Messenger Madness sessions in the world.

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