The headline’s about all we know at the moment, but CNBC is now confidently reporting that Facebook is set to launch a music service of some sort on September 22nd, which conveniently lines up with the company’s F8 developer conference. Could that service also include a dash of Spotify? Maybe some Vibes? We’ll be there to find out.
Is there anything you don’t know about Google’s blowout I/O 2011 developer conference? If you’ve read our recap of happenings over in San Francisco this week, you should be well on your way to becoming the most knowledgeable Google geek in your local data cluster, but if you’re looking for all the key info in a more digestible format like, say, video, Google’s taking care of you as well. Both of the company’s I/O keynotes have been posted to YouTube, where they can be consumed in up to 720p resolution, and we’ve done our bit too by embedding them [...]
Google will live stream Google I/O on May 10th and 11th this year from San Francisco including some of its sessions, bringing all of the excitement and news from Moscone Center direct to your computer.
Now, you only have to visit www.google.com/io to watch two full days of conference sessions from Google I/O 2011.
Samsung has used a Russian developer conference to show off its plans for its proprietary smartphone platform.
The Korean company will be releasing four new phones in the near future based on Bada, on top of the forthcoming Samsung Wave.
There’s very little information on the new phones apart from the slide depicting them – but we can see they’ll all be cheaper than the Wave.
Two of each
The new Bada phones will come in two forms, two full touchscreen devices and two with horizontally-sliding QWERTY keyboards, like the Genio Slide.
The Samsung Wave has been tipped to cost north [...]