Within the next 2 weeks, the News Corp’s “The Daily” newspaper should be launching an iPad only version of the paper, claims James Murdoch, son of News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch. The Daily will only cost you $0.99 per week. Why is this big news you might ask? Well, let us tell you….we’re not so [...]
Probably the biggest step forward in competing with the non-stop iPad will be Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets. We saw a large amount of them showcased at CES this year, and while some are mediocre at best, a few are down right awesome. Match that with a great Android operating system, and you’ll be at the [...]
In a poll conducted by Appcelerator and IDC (research firm) with 2200 developers, 92% said they were “very interested” in developing for the iPhone, while 87% said the same for Android OS smartphones, which is a 5 point increase from the same poll done 3 months ago. Android tablet development has picked up 12 points [...]
Google is certainly putting their best foot forward when it comes to cloud computing, especially after the announceement of Chrome OS Netbooks, and their current CR-48 Pilot Program internationally. Now Google Docs and GMail support cloud printing as seen in the pic options above. The catch right now is that you need to have a [...]
As I write this post, the App store grew in downloads over 200,000, it’s an unstoppable force that noone can escape. Apple will hit 10 Billion downloads, at this rate by sometime tomorrow. On top of that, they are giving away a $10,000 App Store card to the person who downloads the 10 billionth app. [...]
RIM is making it alot easier for developers to get onboard with BlackBerry App development by introducing WebWorks SDK, which will make app developed within compatible for its new PlayBook tablet as well as BlackBerry 6 OS smartphones and devices. This is a great move for RIM after the large number of stories coming out [...]
Amazon is capitalizing on the hype of CES and launching a tailored Amazon Kindle app for Android tablets which will give you access to over 775,000 Kindle books and the ability to read them anywhere via your Kindle library. Smart play Amazon, giving another reason to use Amazon over Kobo or Nook.