Windows 8 users can finally get the official Twitter experience, following the company’s launch of a dedicated app for the platform earlier today.
Andy Rubin, the leading guy of Android, is stepping down from his position.
Nokia Lumia 820 is another smartphone under the umbrella of Nokia’s Lumia Family that runs the latest software from Microsoft: Windows Phone 8. Two years ago, Nokia ranked first in European countries like Denmark with a 37% mobile market share according to a figure by
Euromonitor International report on consumer electronics. Nowadays, Android smartphones dominates the entire European mobile market leaving iPhone and Nokia behind. Nokia Lumia devices are relatively new to the Danish mobile market since its global release last year. It brought the Windows Operating System to a compact mobile device. Will this change the Danish mobile market considering that Denmark was once a Nokia country?
It’s only two days until the world finally gets an official look at what the Galaxy S4 will look like, but until that time we’ll have to make do with little teasers released by Samsung.
For the past few months, Spotify users have been able to access their music collection through the Spotify Web App, which is currently still in beta. As well as meaning that it could be accessed from any computer, this also meant that people on cloud based operating systems, most notably Chrome OS, could finally access the music streaming service.
Last night, Facebook revealed a new design to the News Feed, and it’s extremely impressive.
After launching last year in the US, Google Play Store gift cards are finally available in the UK.
Late last month, my HTC Desire S finally gave in and broke beyond repair. On the bright side, as the contract was almost up anyway, it meant I could go and choose a brand new phone to use as my daily device for the next 2 years. I opted for the Galaxy Note 2 by Samsung, as I wanted an extremely fast phone with a good camera, and I’m a sucker for big screens.
TweetDeck have just revealed that they are ending support for their Android, iPhone, Mac and Windows applications, which will be removed from the appropriate stores shortly afterwards.
Facebook are getting ready to reveal a newly designed news feed this Friday. Other than the date, very little is known about the new design. Some people think that it could be a newly designed mobile app, whereas others are counting on a new desktop site design. Either way, like most Facebook design changes, it will probably be met with an angry response, because people hate change.