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New Android Market 3.0.27 Rolling Out Now?

This is more of a reminder for those that missed the Android Market leak a few weeks ago . Google updated the Android Market with movie leases and ebook rentals as well as a few other improvements. The user interface has almost perfectly changed and is more in-line to Honeycomb and what we should be seeing with Ice Cream Sandwich. Only hindrance is no one has got the OTA update that I’ve heard, but today it is hitting devices. The leaked market become version 3.
 
0. 26 and I can make certain my HTC Sensation was indeed upgraded to version 3. 0. 27 this morning in addition to a few other instruments running Android 2. 2 like the image above. I manually put in the common leak on yet another telephone and it was almost instantly upgraded without notice or user action to 3. 0. 27 so here’s most likely the official version. We originally posted the new market for download accessible by click here . So this looks to be the last build, version 3. 0. 27 rolling out to devices as we speak. It isn’t hitting phones as speedy as I thought but you all will have to acquire it shortly (if you didn’t already manually update). I will find it obtainable for direct download and will update this post with the download link shortly. What do you guys assume of the new market, does it appearance to corresponding to panels in Windows telephone 7? examine out our new android market review . )
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    This is extra of a reminder for those that missed the Android Market leak a few weeks ago .
     
    Google updated the Android Market with movie leases and e-book rentals as well as a few other improvements. The user interface has almost totally changed and is more in-line to Honeycomb and what we must be seeing with Ice Cream Sandwich. Only problem is no one has got the OTA replace that I’ve heard, but today it is hitting devices. The leaked market was edition 3. 0. 26 and I can confirm my HTC Sensation was indeed upgraded to variation 3. 0. 27 this morning at the side of a few other devices running Android 2. 2 like the image above. I manually installed the common leak on yet one more phone and it was almost instantly upgraded without notice or user action to 3. 0. 27 so this is most probably the official version. We originally posted the new market for download to be had by click here . So this looks to be the last build, version 3. 0. 27 rolling out to devices as we speak. It isn’t hitting phones as rapid as I thought but you all have to accept it shortly (if you didn’t already manually update). I will find it attainable for direct download and will update this post with the download link shortly. What do you guys imagine of the new market, does it look to identical to panels in Windows Phone 7? look at various out our new android market review . )
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  • New Android Market 3.0.27 Rolling Out Now?

    This is extra of a reminder for people who missed the Android Market leak a few weeks ago . Google up-to-date the Android Market with film rentals and e book rentals as well as a few other improvements. The user interface has nearly completely changed and is more in-line to Honeycomb and what we needs to be seeing with Ice Cream Sandwich. Only problem is nobody has got the OTA update that I’ve heard, but today it is hitting devices. The leaked market turned into version 3. 0. 26 and I can confirm my HTC Sensation was indeed upgraded to version 3. 0.
     
    27 this morning together with a few other devices running Android 2. 2 like the image above. I manually installed the customary leak on another cellphone and it was almost instantly upgraded without observe or user action to 3. 0. 27 so this is most probably the official version. We initially posted the new market for download accessible by click here . So this looks to be the final build, version 3. 0. 27 rolling out to devices as we speak. It isn’t hitting phones as quick as I concept but you all need to receive it almost immediately (if you didn’t already manually update). I will find it attainable for direct download and will update this put up with the download link shortly. What do you guys imagine of the new market, does it appearance to corresponding to panels in Windows Phone 7? test out our new android market review . )
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  • Sales of the HTC One (M8) could boost HTC to 3% global market share

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    With the HTC One (M8) flying off the shelves in Taiwan in the first week of sales, analysts expect HTC could sell as many as 4.2 million of their flagship device this quarter. To do so would boost their global market share to about 3% and possibly mark a turnaround from 3 years of near-continual losses for the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer.

    As the pinnacle of HTC’s design and technology, the One (M8) is an impressive phone. We’ve seen it make its mark on benchmarking tests (in High Performance mode, at least,) usher in a new generation of sub-50ms screen touch response time performance and enthusiastically show off its curved metal casing and more in a short behind the scenes video.

    In 2013 we introduced the best smartphone in the world, but we never stopped challenging ourselves and the status quo in this category. I’m proud to launch the most stunning, intuitive and advanced handset that the industry has seen to date, the new HTC One (M8).” – Peter Chou, CEO HTC

    When it comes to the specifications, the HTC One (M8) does not, however, stand above the crowd. Most of the currently releasing flagship devices, from manufacturers such as Huawei, LG, OnePlus, OPPO, Samsung and Sony, offer very similar internal specifications. One major differentiator between the devices is their main camera sensors. With LG, Samsung and Sony providing 13MP, 16MP and 20.7MP sensors, respectively, the HTC One (M8) has a lot riding on its software and dual lense depth sensing, as their main camera measures in at only 4MP.

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    Beyond this quarter’s expected 3 million to 4.2 million HTC One (M8) sales, sustained sales are very important to HTC’s overall success. However, the HTC One (M8) high-end smartphone is not solely responsible for the success of HTC, as we’ve already discussed the merits of the HTC Desire line of phones. Improved marketing and avoidance of any supply chain mistakes should make a difference as well. HTC currently sits below 3% in the world market share and will require exemplary sales of all of their devices should they hope to regain, or surpass, their former 10.7% global market share that they held in 2011.

    HTC faces strong competition in the Samsung Galaxy S5, the LG G Pro 2 and the Sony Xperia Z2, all of which offer similar specifications at a similar price point. With so many exciting and powerful phones to choose from, will you be helping HTC One (M8) sales reach 4.2 million?









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    Samsung releases new Galaxy S4 commercial, targets the iPhone. Well.

    Samsung has just released a new commercial for their new flagship phone, the Galaxy S4… and it’s pretty good. I’m not a huge fan of this extensive phone in general.
     
    I find it too big, too plastic, and too incoherent as a product compared to other offerings on the market. But I do appreciate the sheer amount of technology, hardware and software, Samsung is putting behind the GS4, and the all-in way they do it will potentially help get the truly good principles to market faster than they might otherwise. And that’s exactly what Samsung is showing off here. The sheer size of the Galaxy S4 is evident in the ad, as are features like Drama Mode, which lets you capture a series of pictures — think multi-exposure exercises pics, and the gestures that let you navigate without touching the screen with sticky — as a consequence tasty rib covered — fingers. Some of the opposite features, like Hover, which feels like a poor violation of Fitts’ law, and S Beam, which is like Bump over NFC, are a tad greater gimmicky, and more demo-ware than software, but they come off okay in commercials for just that reason. Samsung’s also packing a one-two punch here: not solely are they showing off what they consider to be feature differentiation, they’re doing their most competitive to make Apple and the iPhone look lame by comparison.
     
    It’s something they’ve done effectively before, and it’s one of the few weaknesses Apple has in the consumer market. And unlike the nowhere just about as good Nokia Windows Phone commercial they’re doing it without promoting Apple’s brand.

    VadoVia Launched into the iPad Travel App Market

    Hollywood, Florida – iGoToo, LLC today is thrilled to announce the release and immediate availability of VadoVia 1.2, an iPad travel app created for travelers by travelers. VadoVia is crowd-sourced by travelers; no paid promotions or out-of-date information; only the inside scoop from those who’ve “been there, done that.”

    What does VadoVia offer you during your travels?
    VadoVia is your ultimate travel companion whether you are a once-a-year vacationer or an experienced world traveler. Designed for and by travelers, VadoVia is packed with user-friendly features and intuitive navigation tools that offer an entirely new mobile traveling experience. Using this visually compelling app, users can engage in a unique way to:

    * Find trips that other travelers have digitally captured in VadoVia as “Tours”
    * Get directions from their location to the stops on the tours
    * View travelers’ tour photos, videos, notes, reviews and ratings
    * Wander “off the beaten track’ and add stops to existing tours
    * Create their own tours by mapping an itinerary on the map, with photos, videos and notes
    * Link their app profile to their blog/website and social media sites
    * Connect with other travelers by sharing their location on the world map or remain private
    * Send virtual postcards with their photos and personal message
    * Share with family, friends, and followers via Facebook and Twitter
    * Add friends from their social media accounts or iPad address book
    * Use VadoVia’s companion website to preview tours, create new tours or edit existing tours from their desk/laptop

    “Developing an app isn’t for the faint of heart. The only thing that will sustain you through the experience is passion.” said Cortesano, founder of VadoVia. “Without it, we would have jumped ship long ago but like most travelers, passion, curiosity and adventure are in our DNA. VadoVia is a trip in itself. Sure, I’m biased. However, it offers travelers functionality that we don’t believe exists anywhere else. It’s hard to do this app justice with a short description. You really need to see it in action.”

    Device Requirements:
    * Compatible with iPad
    * Requires iOS 5.0 or later
    * 34.7 MB

    Pricing and Availability:
    VadoVia 1.2 is .99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Travel category.

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    iGoToo, LLC was created in 2011 in Hollywood, FL by Enrico and Elissa Cortesano Co-Founders. It was created to develop an iPad travel application. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2011-2014 iGoToo, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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    YotaPhone double-sided smartphone finally hits the market

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    Russian company Yota Devices is proud to announce the availability of one of the first, if not one of the most unique, smartphones to come out of Russia. The dual display [#protected_0#] will debut first in Russia and parts of Europe and the Middle East before going to the world next year.

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    In an unusual reversal of conventions, the YotaPhone is hardly notable from the inside. A 1.7 GHz dual-core processor drives the device together with 2 GB of RAM. It has 32 GB of internal storage, support for GSM and LTE networks, a 13 megapixel autofocus rear camera, and a 1 megapixel front-facing camera. The real treat, however, comes from the outside. On both sides, even.

    On the front is an acceptable 4.3-inch 720p screen with a 1280

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    Global market for processors up by 24 percent thanks to smartphones and tablets

    novathor st ericsson chip soc processorNew forecast data about the number of microprocessor shipments show that the global market for processors will rise to 1.50 billion chips by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012. Processors included in the data are traditional chips from the likes of Intel and AMD, found in desktop PCs and servers, as well as mobile System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solutions found in smartphones and tablets. The vast majority of these SoC designs are based on the ARM architecture. Big names in the smartphone and tablet processor market include Qualcomm, Samsung, NVIDIA and Apple.

    Although the end of the year is just a few weeks away, the data is still only a best estimate as Q3′s numbers have yet to be finalised and Q4 has yet to finish. However, overall processor shipments grew by 27 percent in Q1 and 24 percent in Q2, compared to their respective quarters in 2012. Q3 is expected to see a growth of around 19 percent and Q4 is forecast to boost the total numbers for the year with a 24 percent growth.

    The PC market that traditionally drove the growth of the microprocessor segment has slowed. The new mobile platforms have more than picked up the slack, delivering both large volumes and fast growth for processor shipments.

    While traditional desktop PC shipments are dropping, sales of smartphones and tablets are increasing. According to the report by IHS, a global information company, processor shipments for PCs are declining. During the second quarter of 2013, processor shipments for PCs dropped  to 84.3 million units, down from 89.9 million in Q2 2012.

    The opposite trend is found in the smartphone and tablet market. Based on the shipments for Q2 2012 and 2013, smartphone processor shipments grew by 38 percent from 147.9 million to 204.2 million units. While tablet processor shipments rose from 38.3 million units to 53.5 million, which is a growth of some 40 percent!

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    “The overall processor market would not be so healthy if it weren’t for smartphones and tablets,” said Gerry Xu, senior analyst, processor research for IHS. “The PC market that traditionally drove the growth of the microprocessor segment has slowed. The new mobile platforms have more than picked up the slack, delivering both large volumes and fast growth for processor shipments.”

    The report also mentioned the impact of low-cost devices from China. These smartphones and tablets have boosted the shipments by companies like MediaTek, Allwinner and Rockchip, who are not only seeing success in the white-label market but are also breaking into the mainstream with supply contracts for companies like Hewlett-Packard and Lenovo.

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    The Mobile Gaming Industry Just Erupted: Map Slide Storms the Market

    Based in New York – Digital Industries, Inc. has officially put the gaming industry on notice. With the launch of Map Slide, traditional mobile games will soon have developers updating their apps to stay competitive.

    Digital Industries, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its latest game app, “Map Slide”. Map Slide is the ultimate slash and slide game app where your finger is your weapon. The game play is simple and intriguing at the same time. The aim is to chop out the green letters that spell the name of a particular country. Players must be careful not to slide out the red letters. The actual shape of the country is the foundation of every level. There are also in-game advances that can help players beat any of the 250 plus levels.

    Ben Anokute, President at Digital Industries explains, “People are addicted to their hand held devices, and this is the perfect game to feed the addiction.”

    Map Slide is available to download on the App Store for iOS devices. It requires iOS 6 or later, and it is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The app is optimized for the iPhone 5. It will soon be available on all Android devices.

    Digital Industries adds, “We spent quite some time developing Map Slide and we believe that gamers will enjoy it as much as we did”.

    The game is suitable for all ages.

    For further information on the app and to download it, visit website.

    Device Requirements:
    * iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
    * Requires iOS 6.0 or later
    * This app is optimized for iPhone 5
    * 49.9 MB

    Pricing and Availability:
    Map Slide 1.0 is only .99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

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    Digital Industries Inc., founded in 2013 by Ben Anokute, is a mobile apps development company. They also recently launched another successful mobile game entitled, Man vs Men. Copyright (C) 2013 Digital Industries Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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    Why market share doesn’t (yet) matter in mobile

     Why market share doesnt (yet) matter in mobile

    For years now I’ve been arguing that market share doesn’t matter in mobile. Only I was wrong. Not about market share not mattering, but about why it doesn’t matter, at least not yet. Charles Arthur, however, does a fantastic job explaining why. The Guardian:

    Because it’s easy to measure market share — much easier than measuring installed base, which requires large panels of people who you interview on a regular, repeated basis. (ComScore does this in the US, where it provides a picture of the installed base of smartphone users that is consistent back to the end of 2009. Its figures for the three months to September 2013 show a 51.8% installed base for Android — that’s 76.6m — and 40.6% for iPhone — that’s 60m. It’s not 80% Android; not even close.)

    I’d argue a step further, as well. Why is it important how many phones run Android? Is it important how many phones run *Nix? It’s probably going to get to the point where what matters is how many phones can access the Google Play Store vs. the iOS App Store. Whether it one day matters or how many can access the Samsung app store will be something interesting to see as well. In the meantime, read Arthur’s article via the link below.

    Source: The Guardian via Daring Fireball

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