Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has finally put to rest months of speculation by unveiling Nokia’s first batch of Windows Phones at the Nokia World conference. The Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 have been launched.
In a twist to our perception about using the technologies, Microsoft has described its thoughts in the form of an engaging video.
In a significant move as technologists may describe, Microsoft previews ‘Windows 8’. “Our aim with ‘Windows 8’ is to make the user experience a natural extension of the device, from the time you turn on your PC through how you interact with the applications you know and love,” Mike Angiulo, corporate vice president of Windows Planning, Hardware and PC Ecosystem at Microsoft, said as part of technical preview. “This represents a fundamental shift in Windows design that we haven’t attempted since the days of Windows 95, presenting huge opportunities for our hardware partners to innovate with new PC designs.”
In an ambitious attempt, YouTube, the world’s largest video site, is announcing that it’s lined up a slew of new content partners who will be developing shows for the site, covering everything from sports to comedy to music.
appMobi, a mobile application development firm, is launching a new HTML5-powered browser for iOS. The browser, to be called as MobiUs Web App Browser, promises to bring additional capabilities typically found only in native apps to the mobile Web. It works both as a standalone browser alternative or in conjunction with Apple’s mobile Safari, similar to the way browser extensions work on the desktop Web.
In the crowded apps market, developers aspire to stand tall to be visible. Nobody wants to loose a moment to catch up with the promotional campaign. All will be delighted with the launch of new Ad platform by Appsfire. This platform provides promotional opportunities on iOS even before your app is out. “Get your App discovered, before launch;” is their buzz word.
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