Samsung Introduces The REX Series Feature Phones in India

Samsung-Rex

Samsung REX feature phones launch in India. The feature phone is not something that we have heard a lot of lately. As the smart phone continues to reign, the feature phone for the most part is being left behind! While this sentiment may stay true in most parts of the world, the feature phone device ...

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RIM’s Blackberry Playbook can use Android applications

The information surrounding the soon to launch Blackberry Playbook has been circulating for what seems like forever at this point. The days until launch are numbered however as the last time anyone checked the Playbook is slated for an April 19th launch in the US and Canada. The Blackberry Playbook will run its own brand ...

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RIM’s Blackberry running Android Apps

There is a whole lot of speculation surrounding RIM and the future of their legendary Blackberry line, everything from changing the entire operating system to completely overhauling their hardware it seems that the tech world just won’t leave poor RIM alone. But they (we) have a point, as the years pass and more competition arrives ...

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Skyfire Available November 4th, Plays Flash Videos on Your iPhone

 The long awaited Skyfire app will be released on Thursday, November 4th through Apple’s iTunes Store. Skyfire lets you watch Flash movies on iOS. Enough said? The app goes live at 9AM and will be sold for $2.99. So how did Skyfire get around Apple’s ban on Adobe’s Flash Player? A little ingenuity. Skyfire first sends ...

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Windows Phone 7 Getting Kindle, Twitter

Amazon is making a Kindle app for Microsoft’s new smartphone operating system—Windows Phone 7 (WP7)—and an official Twitter client app has just launched. WP7 passed the 1,000 apps mark earlier this month before launch and besides just all the wonderful Xbox Live functionality in the OS, the smartphones running it are looking quite good. Now ...

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Angry Birds Wins $100,000 from Palm

The insanely popular app ‘Angry Birds’ has won the top spot in Palm’s PDK Hot Apps Competition and the $100K prize money that goes with the accolades. That’s a pretty hefty chunk of change but not really a surprise when you consider how Angry Birds has become so popular lately. Palm and HP featured the ...

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VLC Media Player Finally Released for iPhone

  The popular media player—VLC—has finally been released for the iPhone and iPod touch. An iPad version of the app has already been available, and it is good to see that the team behind the free software hasn’t forgotten about those with pocket sized iOS devices. In case you have never used VLC Media Player on ...

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WP7 Apps Are a Coming–736 Online Right Now

Microsoft’s coming Windows Phone 7 (WP7) Marketplace has a lot to live up to. Competitors like iOS and Android have apps numbering in the hundreds of thousands already and WP7 smartphones are not even on the market yet. Without a successful market for apps, the platform could die before it even gets off the ground. ...

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Ready for WP7? Microsoft Needs Apps to Be Successful

Microsoft is a huge company with years and years of successful operating system development and launches under its belt. Windows Phone 7 (WP7) has just been made official and plenty of new WP7 smartphones from manufacturers like Dell, HTC and Motorola are on their way. The real question is whether or not Microsoft is going ...

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300,000 iOS Apps in the iTunes App Store

Since the last time anyone checked, Apple’s iTunes App Store has increased its offerings by approximately 50,000 to a total of more than 300,000 apps. The split between paid and free apps is about two to one. Nearly a thousand new apps are appearing on a daily basis. The iPhone 4 is selling amazingly well ...

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Mozilla Improving FireFox Home for iOS, Working on a BlackBerry Version too

Fans the Mozilla's FireFox web browser can rejoice. No, Mozilla isn't making a mobile browser for smartphones. However, it is bringing more functionality to its FireFox Home app for iOS and has both BlackBerry and Symbian versions in the works. First, let's take a look at what FireFox Home actually is. It is a mobile helper ...

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Amazon set to launch an App store for Android devices?

Just recently the announcements of Verizon’s endevour into there own Android app store has caused a commotion in the mobile industry. Arguments start from Android fragmentation and end in the simple fact that the third party app store could very well be a little more tidy and easier to use. While both are valid points, ...

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Developers favor Android’s market for the long run

In a recent survey Appcelerator and IDC have concluded that app developers are looking to the Android market place for longevity. 72% of app developers agree that the Android OS is “best positioned to power a large number and variety of connected devices in the future”. When asked about the “Best Long-Term Outlook” 59% of ...

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RIM is Getting More Serious about Developers, Again

Research In Motion (RIM) has had a problem getting developers to, well, develop for its BlackBerry platform. Things are only going to get more difficult for developers since the coming BlackBerry ‘PlayBook’ tablet will be running a non-BlackBerry operating system. The good news though (besides the fact that RIM really is working on an iPad/Cius ...

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Facebook’s iPhone App Gets a Much Needed Update

A new version of Facebook's iOS app hit the iTunes App Store yesterday. It brings plenty of bug fixes and more stability to the app. Since the iOS Facebook has 46.3 million active users, Facebook seems to be pushing updates for the app at a much faster pace than Android and BlackBerry users are getting. ...

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