If there’s one tradition that’s spread like wildfire in the games industry in the last ten years, it’s the concept of achievements, trophies, and the like. Being able to complete a game and unlock a special medal that rewards you for that action is one thing – having twenty achievements rewarding you for doing all [...]
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Samsung was a small export firm which was established in 1938 in Daegu (formerly spelled Taegu), South Korea. The word ’Samsung’ means “three stars” in Korean. Today the Samsung Electronics is the world’s leading digital technology company.When it comes to mobile phones, I recommend the Samsung Galaxy S phones. These are the only ones that [...]
The Samsung smartphone giant has been keeping its products cleverly broad. With options to suit three different operating systems, the Samsung electronics business is definitely not putting all of its eggs in the one basket.The first thing to consider when buying a smartphone is, “what operating system would I prefer?” Options such as iOS, Android [...]
If you own a smartphone then chances are it is running on the Android platform. Android is one of the fastest growing platforms today and has cornered almost 50% of the global smartphone market. One of the reasons why people love it is because it can easily be customized. You can install apps on it [...]
The app marketplace is a crowded, dynamic, challenging and ever-evolving space. Creating a fabulous application is only half the battle. The challenges involved in marketing this application are a different kettle of fish altogether. There are plenty of exciting new apps for the Android operating system and plenty more being introduced almost everyday.
I’ll never forget the first time I saw an iPhone. I was sitting on a London tube on my way into the office, glum faces all around, and a copy of that morning’s Metro newspaper in my hands. Perusing the colorful images and light-hearted reading, I spotted what appeared to be a handheld device which was almost entirely screen. Not [...]
Despite their monumental problems, Both Android and Apple aren’t in as bad a shape as Blackberry. Research In Motion (RIM) appears to have been hit hardest financially even though it was considered the most secure platform. The greater security and better privacy features are what drew corporate clients towards RIM’s devices though this aspect of [...]