Nokia launched their mobile map application, Here, for other mobile platforms but also launched the Nokia Here MH5: Nokia Maps Framework for Mobile HTML5.
There is a complete documentation for the APIs but also couple of MH5 plans if you want to use in your mobile application development.
After the issues with iOS Maps application many turned at other solutions and asked for dedicated mobile applications for maps. I asked on twitter where was a Nokia Maps app for iOS and Android devices and today Nokia announced that the app is Here !
“People want great maps, and with HERE we can bring together [...]
Via Techcrunch, Google just announced a new smartphone, the Nexus 4 and two new tablets, Google Nexus 7 and Google Nexus 10.
Interesting new devices with some great improvements including NFC.
So finally Apple announced the iPad mini. It’s a direct competition to other tablets such as the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Google Nexus 7. Funny how Apple arrived to the tablet size after denying such tablet size as valuable. Anyone who reads books on tablet knows that the 7″ size is a perfect fit, [...]
I am really looking forward to see whats coming out this month from Microsoft and Apple. Apple needs a competitor to Amazon Kindle HD and Microsoft needs to get into the post PC era with a tablet. Google Galaxy new mobile phones are in the works too.
So some very interesting competition is in the works [...]
I installed Android 4.0 on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and first impression is really good, more responsive and fast execution.
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Google Now speach recognition looks really cool.
Google just launched Nexus 7 tablet at Google I/O 2012. Here some hands on.
Adobe released few days ago the Flash Player 11.3 and AIR 3.3. They are also available for Android devices.
“With the AIR 3.3 SDK, Flash developers can now create expressive mobile apps and native extensions that target iOS5.1. In addition, this new version of the AIR runtime includes packaging support for iOS5.1 on Windows [...]
Via Mashble, there are currently 900k Android devices activated every day.
This number is very impressive since it’s becoming the smartphone mass market OS. It will compete directly with both smartphone and feature phone in all markets.
So the deal is done, Google purchased Morotola Mobility.
Now Google can make phones with their own OS, Android. Looks like that a direct competitor to Apple is born and that frangmentation of the Android OS might be lower over time.