LinkedIn, the business professionals choice in social networking, is set to introduce advertising into their mobile applications according to their Chief Executive.
On an earnings call this week, Jeff Weiner said that the company is ready to “start to introduce advertising in our mobile solutions.” No timeframe was offered for this, but he went on to talk extensively about the mobile opportunities for the network.
Rumours are rife around [Read More...]
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The FCC, who has surprisingly been all up in every carriers business as of late has now spoken about Verizon’s $ 2 convenience fee that will go into effect as of January 15th.
“On behalf of American consumers, we’re concerned about Verizon’s actions and are looking into the matter,”
What, exactly that means in anyone’s guess — but given other carriers have been charging such things for years now, we’ll just have to [Read More...]
You know the Android-powered MOTOACTV wristwatch that I seem to always write about? Well, a developer by the name of Chris Wade, has morphed this tiny Android device into a mini tablet running Honeycomb. Yes, you heard right. This dude started tinkering [Read More...]
For some while we’ve been hearing about Sphero — the magical robotic ball controlled by your Android device and now they’re finally reaching customers hands (floors, tables, backyards etc.) if you’re lucky. Shipments are slowly moving out but the folks at Orbotix have more coming. In addition to the actual Sphero devices shipping, all of the apps are showing up in the Android Market as well.
Sphero – is the main app and [Read More...]
Carrier IQ, the company that everyone — for right or wrong — has come to hate of late has released a document explaining in plain English how it does what it does. “Understanding Carrier IQ Technology — What Carrier IQ Does and Does Not Do” was released on Carrier IQ’s website late Dec. 12 and is a PDF that details what Carrier IQ is, how it’s loaded on devices (and what [Read More...]
Tonight OnLive announced that their cloud gaming service has finally launched in the Android Market. The service allows you to buy or rent the hottest console and PC games then stream them to any device including PC, Mac, TV and now tablets and smartphones. The OnLive Android app is free and users who download it now can get a free copy of LEGO Batman.
Steve Perlman, Founder & CEO, described the service in [Read More...]
Looking for something new to get addicted to? Yeah, we figured as much, and today the folks at Wildbit Studios have launched a new free game into the Android Market called Paper Zombie. Combining a first person shooter style, with an action filled adventure this game is sure to draw your interest, and create hours of entertainment. Check out the video above for a quick overview, and then be sure to hit the break for download links!
We know you are all very busy people, and love ways to make your life easier in any way shape or form, and Plantronics realizes the same. While on the go trying to dial into a conference call can be quite a pain, dialing the number, then entering the ID for the call, and sometimes even more information than that, but that pain has to be felt no more. Plantronics InstantMeeting holds all [Read More...]
To all the Moms and Dads out there with little ones, you should take a serious look at this Baby Monitor & Alarm from Tappytaps, and you can turn your Android phone (not tablet) into a very effective baby monitor.
We got to test it live with the perfect subject, our 10 day old son, thanks to the folks at Tappytaps. Our kids share [Read More...]