Allocine : #AlloCiné lance sa nouvelle ... AlloCiné lance sa nouvelle application mobile. Lancée en janvier 2010, et depuis adoptée par 8 millions d’utilisateurs, la première version de l’application mobile fait aujourd’hui peau neuve.
Quatre ans après son premier lancement sur les stores d’Apple et de Google, la nouvelle application mobile AlloCiné a été totalement repensée. Plus complète, plus rapide, plus sociale ! Un nouveau designA nouvelle ergonomie nouveau design, pour rendre votre navigation plus fluide, ludique et visuelle ! Retrouvez dès la page d’accueil tous les contenus éditoriaux et vidéos qui font l’actualité du moment. Ne manquez plus les émissions à voir absolument, les dossiers incontournables et toutes les dernières news ciné et séries. Un moteur de recherche ultra performantVous avez déjà fait l’expérience, sur allocine.fr, du nouveau moteur de recherche doté de la technologie d’autocomplétion. AlloCine - Google Apps sur l'Android Market. GSC Mobile App (Android™) brings you GSC movie listings with real-time show times and the option to select your seats and purchase movie tickets via your smartphone.
Just imagine… the convenience at your finger tips, directly from your smartphone through Maybank2U, PayPal or RHB Now account for GSC cinemas with E-Payment facility, regardless of which telco company you subscribe to. Golden Screen Cinemas, your preferred choice. *****Do give us your feedback at email@example.com Release Notes: version 2.0.3-Fix phone with Chinese language causing wrong showtime. version 2.0.2-fix unable to lock midnight show seat for certain phone model. AlloCiné Blogs - ALLOCINÉ INSIDER. h31c9sxj Shared by D_Dso. Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb for tablets: a guided tour of the UI (video)
A funny thing happened after Google posted (and subsequently pulled) its Android 3.0 Honeycomb video: T-Mobile celebrated its G-Slate announcement by posting the same video.
And about six more after that (to be fair, they're also on the Motorola / Verizon Xoom we demoed). Today it was made official during Verizon's keynote, with Google itself narrating a hands-on demo. We've scrutinized these videos to no end and we think we've come up with the most complete picture of Google's tablet OS experience at this point. Join us after the break for all the goods.
Update: Set aside about 25 minutes and check out our exclusive (and thoroughly awesome) interview with Google's Matias Duarte, the driving force behind Honeycomb interface. Sony's PlayStation Suite will bring PSOne games to Android devices. PhoneDog Media ExclusiveDownload iM5, now available in the App Store and Google Play. iM5 is a PhoneDog Media backed Social Platform to inspire real-life action through the crowdsourcing of ideas.
See the video Most of us have been waiting for Sony Ericsson to unveil the XPERIA Play so it can really up the ante when it comes to Android gaming, but Sony may have beaten SE to the punch. Earlier today in Tokyo, Sony announced PlayStation Suite, a game platform that will allow Android devices running 2.3 and up access to PlayStation 1 games. All games will be certified to make sure the games run smoothly, and both QWERTY and full-touch devices will be supported.
The service will be going live by the end of the year and will feature a healthy mix of PS1 titles. Introducing Nexus S with Gingerbread. A year in Android — 2010 in a nutshell. Me, my mobile and I - Un nouvel AppStore pour Android. Visualized: the real Android fragmentation. YouTube Remote: Control YouTube on your TV from your (Android) phone. YouTube just got more couch-friendly.
How Android Is Transforming Mobile Computing. Why Android developers are losing money, and it’s not due to piracy. Posted in Tech blog on August 16th, 2010 by Pingdom Google has made great strides with Android, and a ton of developers have flocked to the growing mobile platform.
Not everything is rosy, though. One major concern among developers is that piracy levels are very high on the platform. Google is of course not oblivious to this and recently announced plans to combat piracy with DRM methods that app developers can include in their apps. But there is one problem that is arguably much more problematic for Android developers when it comes to getting paid for their apps, and it isn’t getting nearly as much attention as we think it should. The big problem with selling Android apps Google is talking about fighting piracy, but perhaps the first thing they should focus on is actually making it possible for users to buy apps.
You can only pay for apps in 13 out of the 46 or so countries where Android phones are available. In other words, piracy isn’t the root of the problem, the inability to pay is. 200 000 mobiles équipés d'Android sont vendus chaque jour - Journal du Net > e-Business. Test de Google App Inventor. J'ai enfin reçu l'invitation pour App Inventor, un nouvel outil en ligne de Google qui permet de créer des applications pour Android façon click n play.
Tout se fait à la souris, de manière graphique, destinant cet outil à des non initiés à la programmation. Une fois loggé sur App Inventor, j'ai du tout d'abord installer une petite appli (Windows Mac ou Linux) qui permet de faire communiquer l'application web avec le téléphone Android. Pour que App Inventor fonctionne correctement, vous devez avoir un ordinateur équipé au choix de : Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6 (Intel)Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7Ubuntu 8+, Debian 5+ Android market share trebles in three months. Google’s head of Android partnerships departs. Another day, another Android departure.
Google’s worldwide head of Android business development and operations, Tom Moss, has left the company this month. He owned relationships with the major handset manufacturers and carriers for Google and led business development for the Android operating system. He was also a recipient of a Founders Award, which are generous Google stock grants that can be worth hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars and are used to protect employees from poaching.
We’ve reached out to Google for official confirmation. Moss follows other key Android managers in leaving the company including Erick Tseng, who went to Facebook, Sung-Hu Kim, who went to Twitter, and Gummi Hafsteinsson, who landed at Apple after it acquired Siri.