Yahoo has launched a dedicated search portal for Andriod and iOS apps, where user can search for applications by category, mobile platform, ratings, reviews, price and more.
You can visit Yahoo Apps Search page for details.
Valve has released Steam Mobile app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad which allows users to get connected to Steam community while on the go. Steam is a game distribution platform and before it has Mac and PC clients.
“With free Steam app for iOS you can chat with your Steam friends, browse community groups and user profiles, read the latest gaming news and stay up to date on unbeatable Steam sales.”
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In May Linux finally saw the release of kernel version 3.0, an evolutionary update to the popular open-source platform that was nearly 15 years in the making. Today, version 3.1 is making its debut, once again primarily offering small tweaks like better support for Intel’s Ivy Bridge and Cedar Trail chips and improved power management. But there are some new features getting baked in, including support for NFC and drivers for Wiimotes. The brave amongst you can download the sources from Git now (it hasn’t been posted to Kernel.org just yet), but we suggest you hold out until your distro [...]
Back in 2008-2009, we saw a big push in casual gaming for mobile devices. This, we think, should be credited to the introduction of online software distribution stores such as the App Store and the Android Market. Developing games for iOS devices was relatively easier because of iOS’ limited hardware variety, but developing games for Android, however, was and is a much more difficult task.
Sony introduced their PlayStation Suite software framework earlier this year for their own Android-powered devices and tablets (Xperia Play and Tablet S/P) as well the PS Vita which allowed PSOne games to [...]
In between talking up the impending Intel smartphones Paul Otellini, Intel CEO, also today made some very definite announcements about how far down the road the company is regarding the next die-shrink down to 14nm.
In 2012 we will see the launch of the Ivy Bridge platform, the die-shrink from 32nm down to 22nm of the second-generation Core processors, code-named Sandy Bridge.
This new setup is also expected to accelerate the trend towards the new Ultrabooks which are set to be Intel’s key product from IDF 2011.
On the same 22nm lithography will follow the Haswell platform in early 2013. [...]
HP has confirmed it will be offering refunds to all customers that bought TouchPads and Pre 3 phones before the huge price drop.
Over on its official site, it has listed the refunds available for every model of its ill-fated webOS devices, with customers offered the difference between that which they paid for the device and the new low shelf tag.
It’s an odd move to see HP essentially giving away money – the Pre 3 was barely on sale in the UK and the TouchPad wasn’t a huge seller, so the uprising against the price drop was never likely to be a massive problem to deal with, but the [...]
It’s been just over two weeks since HP announced plans to discontinue production of its webOS devices, and speculation over the future of the platform is still going strong. Just this week, Samsung CEO Choi Gee Sung put to rest rumorsof a webOS deal, and now two leaked missives from inside HP show plans to split the webOS global business unit in two. According to letters apparently from Todd Bradley and Shane Robison, webOS software will find a new home in the outfit’s Office of Strategy and Technology, while the hardware division will remain with the Personal Systems Group. One of [...]
HTC’s new Windows Phone Mango range has been unveiled, and with it some expected and some unexpected handsets.
The unexpected moniker certainly stands for the HTC Titan that, although we heard rumours of it, comes with a surprising 4.5-inch screen, making it easily one of the biggest phones on the market.
It’s also running Mango, the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, and is designed to be one of the flagship phones carrying the Redmond OS flag.
The HTC Titan is big. And we mean big. The thinner, sub 10mm, frame helps it not feel so gargantuan in the hand, but some [...]
Apple’s iOS software has overtaken Nokia’s ailing Symbian platform to become the second most popular smartphone OS in the world, according to new figures.
The iPhone’s operating system now boasts 19 per cent of the smartphone market, according to research firm Canalysis.
iOS is now second only to Android, which Canalyst says has a massive 48 per cent chunk of the pie.
That means for every two iPhone’s bought, five Android phones are sold.
Nokia’s latest humbling at the hands of Cupertino comes only weeks after Apple overtook the Finns in handset sales.
The most important reason behind the popularity of WordPress is – first of all it is open-source and the most easy to manage and customize CMS platform. That’s the reason, you have seen various developers built hundred of WordPress themes everyday whether a premium one of free.
However, I always suggest for a premium WordPress theme in comparison to a free WordPress theme but sometimes free themes are good too. Some of the hard-work developers puts every functionality, features to their free WordPress themes as well as support too just like you find on any premium WordPress [...]