Wednesday's News Bits

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Wednesday's News Bits
  • Samsung’s application store opens tomorrow. Its purpose will be to connect developers and users while registering online will cost $1. When a developer publishes an app and its price, the system will filter and promote it in the Samsung Application Store. Let’s hope this will help the quick growth of the service. You can check the site here. (source: Samsung)

  • Nokia is to change the way it names its phones. According to Mobile-Review, the manufacturer will announce more details on the Nokia World event in September. Info on the recently registered C and X series should also be revealed. (via: Unwired View)

  • Microsoft with prizes for Windows Mobile developers. Since apps and widgets can now be submitted from 29 countries, the company has decided to stimulate the devs with some high-tech gadgets. The makers of the most downloaded, useful and entertaining programs will win a Microsoft Surface (a table for presentations that’s controlled via multitouch). (source: Windows Mobile Blog)

  • A leaked photo has revealed the BlackBerry Onyx’s luxurious leather back. It looks like the more compact and functional version of the Bold, which is expected to be offered by AT&T, is hiding surprises. (source: CrackBerry)

  • Sony Ericsson Themes Creator v4.05 has been released. Mac users will now be able to create their own themes for their Sony Ericsson phones, while some of the new features will allow you to crop and size images from within the app. More info can be found here. (via:  IntoMobile)


1 Comment

1. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Holy cow... winners of the WM app win a surface... "Here is all the money you make off of commissions on your apps... and thanks for making a good app, here is $15,000 for doing a good job... have fun with it!" what a nice gift.. seriously for a techie that develops apps for a phone, getting a free surface is like telling a fat kid he just won a candy store!

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