We got a note from Sony Corporation Japan over the last several hours, detailing a recent update to what the company refers to as its “signature app” now available for both iOS and Android.
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An interesting announcement coming from the folks over at Twitch.tv, this week. The service has launched a new Software Development Kit for iOS (and Android), that has been designed specifically to allow for the live-streaming of games being played on mobile devices – to others on the network.
Our friends at 148Apps (via Pocket Gamer) report tonight that famed skateboarder, Tony Hawk, has confirmed a new mobile game set to bear his world-class name – is incoming.
The Nokia X – announced today at Mobile World Congress – may just be the first Android smartphone that I would actually consider buying.
A recent update to the official app of music video service – VEVO – has added long-awaited support for the streaming of video content using Google’s ChromeCast dongle.
If the only thing that stopped you from plunking down the £299 required to get your hands on Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch, was the thought of that strap-based camera … This week, there’s some good news.
“Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans,” company spokeswoman Kristin Huguet told Re/code. The response is thought to address a recent report from TechCrunch, that heavily suggested the Cupertino-based firm had acquired Burstly.
Mashable reports that the original company behind the 90s “tamagotchi” craze is bringing the small, pebble-shaped device back to market.
The opportunity on the table for the labels is vast: Having an entire music catalog, and the artists which represent it, exposed to an audience of millions – and getting paid for every track that is listened to, (not to mention all the spin-off sales that will result by those …
A leaked document obtained by MobileBloom could signal that big changes may be afoot, in terms of Google’s current policy towards third-party smartphone manufacturers and allowing them to bundle previous iterations of Android OS into their products.
What happens when you combine over 2 Million freely-volunteered photos of peoples faces found across the internet, with an algorithm and some face detection technology? – Well, comments regarding the inevitable dysopian police state, aside, what you’re looking at is the building blocks for an application currently in its development …
Australian business news network – ITNews – is reporting this morning that Google may be looking into whether it can integrate certain aspects of the Bitcoin service, into its existing “Wallet” service.
Popular remote desktop service – LogMeIn – just announced that its long-running free-to-use remote login service, “LogMeIn Free,” will be ceasing operation – effective immediately. Citing the service will no longer be available to customers “starting January 21, 2014,” the announcement has left some who relied on the service on …
Google just threw a curve-ball, by apparently convincing Apple that its Google Play Movies & TV viewer app deserves a place in the iTunes App Store.
As Apple reputedly prepares to extend its wildly-popular iTunes-powered ‘radio’ service to countries and territories outside the U.S, Beats Music is just one of the upcoming all-you-can-eat music subscription services that may see the company want to pick-up the pace on that initiative.
We’re very pleased to announce that we have a new sponsor joining us. Disney Interactive‘s Playdom is the largest online game developer operating across the biggest of social networks, including; Facebook, Google+ and MySpace. The service provides players all over the world with thousands of enjoyable online games that are …
Spotify has officially launched its free music-streaming service on mobile. The “Shuffle” option – announced at the end of last year, and previously restricted to those paying for Spotify “Premium” – is now available to everyone.
What do you get when the world’s most valuable company is rumoured to be working on a larger, more capable iPad? … Damage control, that’s what. And that’s exactly what Samsung appears to have engaged in at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
As part of its live-streamed announcement held earlier tonight, (which ultimately saw the company unveil the next-generation of the Pebble family), Pebble also provided more colour on the Pebble App Store.
Wrapping up its live announcement at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show just over an hour ago, Pebble Technology has tonight announced the newest addition to the Pebble smartwatch family. Pebble Steel is described as the “gold-standard” in smartwatch offerings available for both iOS and Android, and brings with it a …
If you received a Samsung tablet over the holidays, chance are you weren’t the only one. The company is thought to have shifted a staggering 40 Million tablet devices during fiscal 2013, with predictions for tablet sales this year expected to be even higher.
Publishing Update 48 to its official Kickstarter page, Pebble Technology has tonight announced that it will be hosting a “special” announcement at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. CES is largely considered one of the biggest technology expos on the planet, so it only seems right that the makers of the …