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INQ brings its Facebook widgets to more phones [App Reviews]

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INQ earned some attention when it announced the Facebook-centric Cloud Touch phone in February. The device, while not high-powered, was potentially appealing to young consumers who spent a great deal of time on The Facebook.

Anyone who spends a great deal of time on Facebook can now see at least some elements of the INQ interface, as  [Read More…]

Eternity Warriors – More swords, less guns than Gun Bros. [App Review]

f-1024-0Eternity Warriors is another action/joystick adventure game developed by Glu Mobile, the creators of the great Gun Bros, Star Blitz, and Super KO Boxing 2. While Eternity Warriors is one of their newest offerings, it draws heavily from Gun Bros and Star Blitz. Glu Mobile hasn’t evolved or gone astray from its highly successful Gun Bros-gameplay style  [Read More…]

Eric Schmidt: Google is ‘absolutely committed’ to Google TV, expect more partners soon

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In Edinburgh, Scotland today Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt told listeners at a television festival that Google is fully committed to continuing and expanding the Google TV project, both with new content providers as well as new hardware OEMs.

We’re absolutely committed to staying, to improving Google TV. I believe that they’re [Sony and Logitech] both going to be on board and I believe there are many more coming. Wait  [Read More…]

More Bad News for HTC: ITC to Take Up New Apple Complaint

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Sometimes, you can’t get a break. That could be the thinking at Android handset maker HTC, which now faces another trade complaint by Apple. Tuesday, the U.S. International Trade Commission announced it launched an investigation into whether five Apple patents were violated.

The new complaint focuses on HTC’s Flyer tablet and many of the company’s smartphones. The ITC could block imports of the devices into the  [Read More…]

Distimo: Paid App Store Downloads More Popular Than Android Counterparts

On Friday, app marketplace analytics firm Ditimo published their latest findings regarding the download patterns and trends within the digital world’s most popular app markets today. And the findings aren’t particularly positive for Android – at least not when compared to Apple.

Based on the data compiled, of the more than 200,000 applications now available in Google’s Android Market, most have logged a pretty poor download record. Ugly but true, 20% of all free applications  [Read More…]