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Nokia sends invites for mystery “Under the Tree” event at MWC

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The Nokia Normandy story began life as a wild rumor, but it quickly gained credibility once reputable sources including The Verge and the defunct AllThingsD reported that Nokia’s developing an Android phone, and is doing it “at full steam ahead”.

Reports, more or less credible, about the Nokia Normandy have been popping up regularly for the past weeks, keeping the hope alive for those who are – still – waiting for the perfect combination of Google software and Nokia hardware.

Nokia Normandy

Now the Finnish company sent out invites for its press event at Mobile World Congress. The company is asking journalists to congregate under a mystery tree, and we have no idea what that means.

The Verge’s Tom Warren reports that sources at Nokia claimed that Normandy would be released at MWC 2014. And the green theme of the invitation reminds us of the signature color of Android.

Then again, Nokia could be preparing something else altogether. The company, which is in the midst of finalizing the sale of its smartphone business to Microsoft, may release new Lumia and Asha devices, just like it did last year at MWC. Or, it may be announcing something related to its own services, which are not part of the Microsoft deal, such as the Here mapping service.

Even if it’s indeed an Android device that Nokia wants us to show under that three, once Microsoft takes over, all bets are off. Some speculate that the Redmond company could swallow its pride and release a Windows-ified entry-level Android device, to act as a sort of gateway to the real thing. But it seems just as likely that Microsoft would want the project dead and forgotten. After all, what sort of message would adopting Android, even on the low end, send out to users and developers?

Normandy or no-Normandy, we’ll be at MWC 2014 to bring you all the news. Stay tuned.

Android Authority

Series Tree Free for iPad: Link Numbers in a Series in Math Maze

Bangalore, India – The Pyree Solutions today introduces Series Tree free for iPad, its innovative, number puzzle game, where single players must correctly drag over a grid of integers between 1 and 9, such that when linked together correctly, the integers form a logical series. For example, the first two numbers of the puzzle may be 8 and 24, and players must then drag, horizontally or vertically, over the following series of integers to solve the puzzle: 722166481944. Each puzzle contains 24 integers, there are 3 levels of play, timed and untimed modes at each level, and marathon play. Players get immediate feedback if they drag onto an integer that is incorrect at that position in the series, and they can easily take back moves.

Feature Highlights:
* Ingenious, new number puzzle game for players of all levels of ability
* For the first time, numbers in a game have to be linked to find the number-series
* Time-limited puzzles on levels 1-3 must be completed in 24 or 48 seconds
* Learn to recognize arithmetic, geometric, prime, and logical series
* Each puzzle contains 24 integers, with the first 4 already selected
* Start solving puzzles using no time limit, then turn on the clock

Series Tree is an extremely challenging game, where players create a rectilinear path through a 4×5 grid of integers, linking integers from 1 to 9 to form numbers that create a logical series. Each series contains between 5 to 9 numbers, which can be single or multi-digit. Series can be arithmetic series (e.g., 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27), geometric series (e.g., 2, 6, 18, 54, 162, 486), Fibonacci series (e.g., 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21), or a prime number series (e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19). The first 4 integers of each puzzle are given; they lead in a straight line up to the grid of 20 remaining integers.

Series Tree allows players to make only legal moves, where each successive integer is linked in the correct order. Illegal moves are not recorded on the gameboard. However, if the integer 3 is the next in the series, the game gives no feedback as to which one of the available 3′s is correct. Frequently, players must plan several moves ahead to successfully solve the puzzle. Sometimes, the numbers in the series are easy to determine in advance. However, players often find that there are many dead ends, where they have successfully linked 7 of 8 numbers, but cannot complete the full series. For each puzzle, there is a unique solution, and many alternative paths that appear correct until players find they have no legal moves.

“For those who love numbers and puzzles, Series Tree gives you a chance to explore linking numbers to form a series,” stated Pavan Kumar of The Pyree Solutions. “There is fascinating, logical gameplay here for everyone, at every skill level. With an unlimited amount of time, and the ability to take back moves, no puzzle should prove insoluble.”

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 6.1 or later
* 1.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Series Tree is free and available only in Australia, Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, and the U.S. exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category. Various advanced levels and features are available as an in-app purchase.

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Based in Bangalore, India, The Pyree Solutions was founded by Pavan Kumar in 2010. It is a very young company with a four-member team. The company’s primary focus is iOS application development. Copyright (C) 2013 The Pyree Solutions. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod 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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