Posts tagged Apps
Madfinger Games has released one of best looking shooters Android has ever seen. Shadowgun can now be found in the Android Market for $4.99. It can also be found in Tegra Zone.
In Shadowgun you become John Slade an infamous bounty hunter. Your More >
Lookout Security & Antivirus has long been a staple on Android phones providing Antivirus and phone location services as well as a few other features. At long last Lookout Mobile Security has decided to bring their app to the tablet crowd. While adding tablets they More >
When the BlackBerry PlayBook was released RIM had promised that the ability to run Android apps would come sometime during the summer, but now reports are coming out that this won’t happen until late fall. The BlackBerry PlayBook has been struggling to compete in this ever expanding More >
HP promised that their fledgling tablet would be getting its first major update before then end of July. They only missed the mark by one day, as the update starts rolling out today to a HP TouchPad near you. This was announced on twitter by an HP More >
While we have seen some smaller discounts at other retailers, Amazon has taken $30 off the HP TouchPad 32GB edition. You can pick one up for $559.52. They are also selling the 16GB version for $489.99. Since it’s release a few weeks ago the HP TouchPad has taken More >
At an event in Orlando today RIM took time to demo Android apps running on their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. RIM stated that apps will just work, and no other playing around will be needed for users to run these apps. Each app will run in its More >
RIM has made it official. Their upcoming foray into the tablet world, the BlackBerry PlayBook, will have the ability to run Android apps. This gives the PlayBook the access to around 200,000 Android apps right out of the gate. The PlayBook will also support BlackBerry Java which More >
Google has announced the release of the SDK for Andorid 3.0 (Honeycomb) developers. Now you can develop applications for all the upcoming tablets. You have just two days to get them ready for the Motorola XOOM release so you better get to work! Ok, maybe at least More >
RIM recently aquired The Astonishing Tribe (TAT). Now, they are showing off some of the work that they have been doing for PlayBook at MWC. As usual for TAT, the applications look fantastic.
The first More >
Rumor now has it that the BlackBerry Playbook will possibly debut with over 4000 apps available at launch time. This would be great news for BlackBerry as many have questioned how the app availability would look since the PlayBook runs QNX OS and not their More >
The other day I started hearing that NotionInk apps have been ported to the Viewsonic G-Tablet (we reported it on the 25th). XDA user gojimi has been putting in some time getting these apps ported. At this time he has the More >
BGR has now heard from several sources that RIM is considering allowing the BlackBerry PlayBook to run Android apps. RIM had stated in the past that the PlayBook would utilize a Java environment to run legacy BlackBerry Apps on its QNX OS. With this they could use More >