Twitter drops QuickBar for iPhone app, haters rejoice

March 31, 2011 0

Several weeks ago, Twitter for iPhone was updated with a number of new features. Perhaps the most prominent and undoubtedly hated feature was the QuickBar, which quickly earned the Twitter hashtag #dickbar. It was permanently stuck on your main timeline showing you Read More

Google looking to lock down Android with an iron fist

March 31, 2011 0

    According to a new report from Business Week, who spoke to “about a dozen executives working at key companies in the Android ecosystem”, Google is looking to lock down Android in much the same way that Microsoft controls Windows Phone. Read More

Slate goes Android

March 31, 2011 0

  Good news for the Android smartphone ownin liberals among our readers. After launching mobile apps for the iPhone and iPad, Slate is finally out with the version of its app made for devices running Google mobile OS.   Available as a free download with Read More

Windows Phone 7 in numbers: A promising start

March 31, 2011 0

It was at the MIX10 conference when the Windows Phone team showed, for the first time, the application platform and tools that developers would use to build applications and games for Windows Phone 7. A year later they have some Read More

RIM Playbook to ship without email support

March 31, 2011 0

  RIM seems to be headed into more and more trouble with the upcoming launch of their first tablet the Blackberry Playbook. According to a leaked internal document, the device will ship without native support for e-mail. Say what? To Read More

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