Twitter has announced the availability of its app for Windows 8 and Windows RT, which users can get now from the Windows Store. The sleek-looking app borrows its design from other Twitter apps, such as those available for Windows Phone and Android. The differences with the Windows 8 app, however, are in the details.
Twitter released their newest app for Windows 8 and RT ready for download in the Windows Store. Users can get it now for free and make use of the latest features that it comes with.
The app based the design . . . → Read More: Twitter App for Windows 8 and Windows RT now Available for Download in Windows Store
On Tuesday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission stated that the Verizon Wireless has already agreed to pay them $1.25 million, in order to resolve a complaint that it obstructed third-party securing applications on Android phones.
According to the filed complaint, the appeal of Verizon for Google to obstruct securing apps from third-party on Android apps store infringed open Internet, or net neutrality rules, which were backed up by the FCC for the so-called C block of spectrum in the 700MHz band. The commission approved the conditions for net neutrality as part of a spectrum auction completed four years ago.
However, . . . → Read More: Verizon pays $1.25 million to FCC to resolve a complaint
Piracy just isn’t actually really do the bad that the record companies claims it to be, and may even often be a way for companies to draw in more consumers, according to Mikael Hed, Rovio Mobile chief executive .
Rovio Mobile, the firm powering the popular game Angry Birds, understands with regards to piracy. Not simply has the video game alone already been ripped off mercilessly, but it really has progressively turned into a target for false marketing. But Mikael Hed does not see this as being a problem. Actually, he sees appreciable advantages to piracy.
Mikael Hed . . . → Read More: Rovio Mobile: Piracy Can Promote Products Even More