Are you ready to grab Mjölnir and restore order to the Nine Worlds? You better be. Gameloft has released Thor: The Dark World – The Official Game for iOS, and coming soon to Google Play.
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Hack-In-The-Box‘s 11th Annual HITB Security Conference 2013 kicks off today and part of its list of interesting events is the HackWEEKDAY 24-hour hackathon supported by the likes of Microsoft, Mozilla and Facebook. Proudly local startup MyTeksi is supporting homegrown innovation by providing rebated taxi rides to the conference.
Here’s something for the smartphone-totting foodie – the ultimate app that will help you find the best places to eat, browse menus and find latest promotions and contact information of restaurants. The proudly Malaysian-made app is called My Diner Network, a brainchild of ITGeeks Studio, an up-and-coming IT solutions company based in the Klang Valley.
Samsung‘s global communications platform ChatON, has reached a global subscriber base of over 100 million users. Launched in October 2011, the service hit the 50 million mark in May 2013, subsequently doubling to 100 million just four months later.
The much-anticipated release of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for Android and iPhone app hit a roadblock on Saturday, as the official build of the Android app never made it to the Google Play Store. This however, did not stop a leaked build from floating around cyberspace.
Originally scheduled for a release tomorrow (September 22), BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for iPhone is now ready for download from the App Store. The full-featured chat app is also available for Android.
The much-awaited BlackBerry Messenger for Android app is scheduled to be made available at 7AM EDT (7PM +8 GMT) today, to be followed by BBM for iPhone running iOS 6 and iOS 7 at 2:30 PM EDT (2.30AM +8 GMT) on September 22. We checked the Google Play Store earlier and found no sign of the ‘real’ BBM app but instead greeted […]
We received a press invite last week to a BlackBerry event set for September 18, 2013. This points to the expected global launch of the much-anticipated BlackBerry Messenger app for iOS and Android platforms. If we’re lucky, we may catch a glimpse of the rumoured 5-inch Z30 (also known as A10) smartphone.
Activision has released a new game in its popular Call of Duty series – Call of Duty: Strike Team, made exclusively for the Apple iPhone and iPad. The newhybrid game was released on the App Store as a £4.99 download, and offers in-app purchases of up to £69.99.
While it is no secret that the release of the BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service for iOS and Android is set to debut this end of summer, an overzealous BlackBerry personnel has prematurely released user guides for BBM iOS and Android online.
Before you wonder why Apple has bought into the Japanese ice-cream company, hear us out. Matcha is a video search and recommendation service previously available as an iOS app. It shut its service in May.
We’re kicking off a new tech-centric series this week, and we’re calling it “Tech Thursday”. Why Thursday? Because it’s towards the end of the week, hence a sufficient number of days to compile interesting news updates for the week. We’ll also be rolling out another series next week called “Mobile Mondays”, bringing you mobile-related news and reviews. We hope you’ll […]