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Comments: 0Saturday, February 26th 2011 - 11:46 CET
Samsung announced at the MWC 2011 in Barcelona the updated Bada 2.0 platform. The new and improved version of Samsungs Smartphone operating system includes support for Near Field Communication, HTML 5 and Wholesale Applications Community - as well as voice recognition and multitasking. Near Field Communication allows a Smartphone to read information off of everyday objects like stickers and posters which are embedded with NFC chips, meaning that mobile payments can be made using the Smartphone in retail outlets. Samsung has improved the user experience on the Bada Smartphone platform with a personalized lock-screen, layout management and 3D sound.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 5th 2010 - 02:02 CET
Handmark, a leading global developer and distributor of mobile applications and services, today released TweetCaster, the most advanced, feature-rich Twitter application available for Android smartphone customers. Handmark Tweet Caster android application makes “tweeting” from Android smartphones fast, easy, and fun, delivering a simple, yet comprehensive Twitter experience. In addition to all the standard features needed to enjoy a complete mobile Twitter experience.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 13th 2010 - 13:00 CET
Avaak, the industry’s leader in easy-to-use video mesh networking technology, announced that it has launched VueZone, an Apple iPhone app that allows Vue personal video network users to remotely view their homes, families, friends, and businesses while on the go. Consumers who own a Vue personal video network system now have the ability to control their complete viewing, recording and sharing experience with the touch of a finger. The user-friendly Vue system combines real-time remote video viewing with the accessibility of the Internet through a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, December 23rd 2009 - 14:57 CET
ABI Research expects application downloads to reach five billion by 2014. That is an increase from an estimated 2.3 billion applications downloaded in 2009. The growing adoption of smartphones which saw sales rise 20% in 2009, as well as the proliferation of application stores, are the major drivers for this expansive surge. ABI Research expects revenue from mobile app sales to decline by 2013, as competition will lead to downward pressure on application prices, and a greater proportion of “must-have” applications will begin to face competition from free or advertising-supported substitutes. This has already started to happen, with the launch of Google’s free turn-by-turn navigation service.
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Comments: 0Saturday, December 19th 2009 - 21:58 CET
Just in time for the 2009 holiday gift giving season, FlightView announces the immediate availability of its real-time flight information application for BlackBerry Smartphones. The new software application for BlackBerry Smartphones helps users plan, monitor and make informed decisions about travel plans. Flight View brings together information that air travelers and their friends and family need, aggregating real-time flight data and current weather conditions into one simple view, allowing them to save and quickly revisit flights for updates. The BlackBerry Software application costs $4.99 and can be downloaded from BlackBerry App World.
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Comments: 0Saturday, December 19th 2009 - 20:54 CET
Nuance Communications announced the availability of its Dragon Search App on the App Store. The intuitive voice enabled search app for Apple iPhone handset gives users a smarter way to search. Dragon Search is an advanced form of Nuance’s world-renowned Dragon Naturally Speaking software, optimized to service millions of speakers’ simultaneous open-ended search queries, regardless of whether they are first-time or experienced voice application users. The app is currently free for a limited time.
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Comments: 0Friday, December 4th 2009 - 01:31 CET
Insyde Software, a provider of UEFI-based BIOS for the mobile computing industry, announced the official opening of Insyde Market, a first-of-its-kind applications store designed exclusively for netbook computer users running Google’s Android operating system. Google’s Android, originally designed for mobile phones is now being used as an “instant-on” environment for netbook computers. Insyde Market is an online application store that provides Android applications validated for netbook computers. Other markets offer Android applications for mobile phones, but no other market is providing Android apps specifically for personal computers.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, December 2nd 2009 - 22:10 CET
Tazzle introduce Tazzle IT, the fastest and easiest way to view, print, and send photos, e-mail message content, attachments, and files from a BlackBerry smartphone to any PC using Tazzle Desktop Software. This unique hardware and software combination effectively turns the PC into a smart peripheral for a BlackBerry smartphone, allowing the smartphone to access the PC's screen and printing capabilities, while securing the privacy and data on the smartphone and the PC.
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Comments: 0Friday, November 27th 2009 - 15:50 CET
TomTom announces that the latest version of the TomTom software app for iPhone and iPod touch (version 1.2) can now be purchased on the App Store. The new version of the software will be made available for free to existing TomTom app for iPhone customers. The new TomTom software version, now also compatible with the iPod touch, includes additional advanced features that TomTom fans around the world have come to appreciate. TomTom car kit for iPod touch which will be available shortly in the United States.
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