June 2011 Archives
Wednesday, 29th June 2011
Google has just launched a free mobile website building tool as an extension to its existing Google Sites service. Like its big brother, which is designed to let anyone create a professional, template-driven webpage in minutes, the new mobile service is just as painless to use. It's also completely free.
Paid App Downloads on Android Up 2% Since April, Says Chomp
Mobile application search and discovery service Chomp just released its latest app search trends report, and tucked away in the data is promising tidbit for Android app developers to note. There has been a slight, 2% increase month-over-month in the number of paid applications downloaded on Android.
Windows Phone Mango Available Now for Developers
Microsoft's next-gen Windows Phone mobile operating system, code-named "Mango" is out today, but only for developers. According to a post on the official Windows Phone blog, Microsoft's Director for Windows Phone Brandon Watson revealed that the early access program is now open for developer access, allowing all to get their hands on Mango at…
Microsoft Research is Building an "Inspiration Engine" for Windows Phone
According to a reports via BGR and DigiTimes, the next versions for the Windows Phone operating system following the "Mango" release are code-named "Tango" and "Apollo." There is almost no information on what those operating system updates will contain, outside of this sneaky photo of a unwiped whiteboard at Microsoft Research. Here, there are…