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"Launching this month! Amazon Appstore for #Android" ---Millennial Media tweet
There’s no stopping the arrival of the Amazon Appstore for Android, but the question “When will come out?” still hangs in the air. But maybe we can see some shining light over a tweet by ad network Millennial Media which says that the said appstore is “launching this month.” Millenial Media also shared a couple of things about the Amazon.com – Android team-up and how it would be a “great opportunity” for developers to strut their apps. Unfortunately no particular details were shared.Read the rest of the article »
Gameloft Developing 4 Multi-Platform Games Powered by Unreal Engine 3 for iOS, Android, PSN and Set-up Boxes
Gameloft goes Unreal Engine 3 as the company has struck a deal with Epic Games to deliver four multi-platform games to the iOS, Android, PSN, and set-up boxes.
The iOS, Android and PSN cultists got something good coming their way as Gameloft announced a “long-term, multi-platform licensing agreeement” with Epic Games, Inc. You know what this means? Yeah, it means Gameloft is going to make sweet use of the powerful Unreal Engine 3; and four new games are well on their way, two to be released this year, while the remaining in 2012.
The games will be released across four platforms namely the iOS, Android OS, the PlayStation Network and set-top boxes. We won’t know what the games are going to be about, but we’re pretty sure that they’ll look (relatively) stunning. What else can we expect for something unreal as the Unreal Engine 3?Read the rest of the article »
E-books make an entry at the Android Market. Will Movies and Music sections come next?
Over the past week, Android lovers has been in a frantic frenzy (Gadg is well aware of its redundancy) with the rise of new Android Market URLS which fixated us on two, to be specific: http://market.android.com/music/ and http://market.android.com/movies/. But before we go crazy over the two yet-to-be-functioning URLs, let’s give some love as we welcome […]Read the rest of the article »
Are we going to see the mythical ASUS-Windows Phone 7 partnership again?
ASUS Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Mobile Devices Unit, Benson Lin, has expressed their rekindled interest of supporting the Windows Phone 7 for their next line of smartphones over an interview at the Mobile World Congress 2011. Whenever we hear the name ASUS, what’s the first thing that comes into mind? Laptops right? Well apparently, the Taiwan-based company has a phone series as well, but they’re more popular in Europe and Asia. But perhaps things might change this time.Read the rest of the article »
Is HTC Desire 2 coming soon? Only HTC can tell. Good thing Mobile World Congress 2011 is almost here.
If it’s one thing we learned from leaked pictures, is that they’re real. This phenomena occurred with the Sony Xperia Phone aka PlayStation Phone, and now we’re guessing the same thing will happen here with the leaked picture of the HTC Desire 2.
According to the Rastaman_FB via Android forums, the HTC Desire 2 is running on a superAMOLED screen and an Android Gingerbread 2.3.1 OS. It is also rumored to support 4-point multitouch though no word on what kind of processor and battery power the device will have.Read the rest of the article »
Virgin Mobile is back and better than ever. Boasting an Android OS via Samsung Intercept. It comes with several Android amenities that completes your basic needs.
Virgin Mobile is back with a vengeance. It will come bundled with the Samsung Intercept – Samsung’s first Android handset. With a very reasonable price of $249 at prepaid and exclusivel release on Target in a few weeks time. The phone shows off a .2-inch capacitive touchscreen, a sliding QWERTY keypad, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and the basic Android features you will surely don’t wanna miss (shipping with Android 2.1). Virgin solemnly swears a 25 percent or more in the long-run if you pair the phone with one of its prepaid plans at $25-60 a month.
The official press release can be viewed here.View Article Source »
Like parents that boo-booed the perfect first baby, Dell came up with a second--the Dell Aero. But winging into the market as the PC company's first smartphone, it is presented not as a sibling but a first cousin to the shortfall hybrid Dell Streak.
Definitely without the tablet trappings, the Aero edges itself into a market undergoing an overly-induced growth spurt that makes it harder to compete. The question for any new smartphone at the entrance: Where does the difference lie?
Dell’s Android device starts with the right price: a unit costing $99 for a 2-year contract with AT&T. It sells $299 on the Dell website, the only current store location for Aeros. Not only does it cost less, it weighs less than most rivals.Read the rest of the article »
Something from Sony is coming and they say its Smarter than before.
While browsing the web for gadgets, we happen to nudge a perfectly designed Website from Sony Style that really caught our attention. Wondering what it was, we searched and searched what’s the next best thing for Sony.
We happen to hear from reliable mouths that this is Sony’s countdown until their much awaited launch of the X10. To give a background, the X10 or Xperia X10 is a four-inch Android (again) powered smartphone.Read the rest of the article »
Android powered smartphones started outselling iPhones when the week opened. Now Google's operating system has also beaten former market leader Blackberry OS.
Market researcher NPD Group reports Android running at the top of the race in the second quarter of 2010. It has bumped the undefeated top-seller for already two years and a quarter, Blackberry maker RIM.
To give you an idea, this is how the three most in-demand mobile operating systems in the U.S. get their share in the market in Q2 2010: Android – 33%, RIM – 28%, and Apple – 22%. The increasing margin of Android can be attributed to its long line up of manufacturers. In contrast, RIM and Apple only depend on the sales of their self-manufactured devices. A recent interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt reveals his predictions of how the company will fare in the near future: “This can be a powerful business, a 10-plus billion-dollar business.” And, if Android OS sales keep accumulating, it can be a powerful revenue source for this powerful business. What do you think?View Article Source »
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