To celebrate the Earth Day, Nissan is joining forces with the people of New York City to introduce new environment-friendly cars to be used as taxis in the city that never sleeps. Six cars from Nissan, the Leaf, is going to be the taxi and will be a test program of mayor Michael Bloomberg. His goal is to make the electric taxis the city’s taxi in 2020.
The program launched earlier today to celebrate Earth Day. The other purpose of this program is to show the New Yorkers, as well as people from other cities, how . . . → Read More: Nissan and NYC Introduces Electric Taxis to be Used in the City
Early this week, Research In Motion, the maker of BlackBerry, has extended its deadline for developers who want to submit applications that would be considered in the Built for BlackBerry programme of RIM.
This project was planned to motivate and encourage developers to create high-quality and exclusive apps for the platform of BlackBerry 10 ahead of its release by the end of this month. But RIM has opted to extend the deadline because of a buildup of applications and submissions to be reviewed.
RIM announced that developers may apply for the the review for Built for BlackBerry programme and the . . . → Read More: RIM gives extended deadline for apps submission for BlackBerry 10 platform
I hope anyone haven’t grabbed Sony’s elegant Tablet S Android slate ahead of the holidays, simply because it is currentlya very nice $100 less expensive.
Beginning today, the Tablet S today starts at $399 for the 16gb model and $499 for the 32gb model, undercutting iPad 2 products with a full Benjamin. Sony is additionally hurling in 5 free PlayStation Classic titles, 180 days of the Music Unlimited service, along with ‘tokens’ and downloads free of charge from the Video Unlimited store.
The price cut, may very well be too little far too late for Sony’s tablet products . . . → Read More: Sony’s Tablet S is $100 Cheaper
Google+ is an impressive social endeavor from Google, yet what Facebook has that it does not is being a platform. Outside developers could not create apps ahead of Google+, although that functionality is in the works.
Chris Turitzin, top Facebook developer writes in a post that the one thing that would make him go to Google+ is “viral channels.”
When Facebook announced its platform, it left a lot of viral channels open as possible to move in developers magnetized by the hyper expansion probable on the platform. After that, once the platform was recognized — and since there was no rivalry for . . . → Read More: This Thing With Google+ and the ‘Viral Channels’