So they have ruled the barns and farms, so what’s next? Our feathered friends are taking their battle to space. The next major release called Angry Birds Space is going to hit mobile devices on March 22. This time we’ll be seeing the birds on new planets with zero gravity giving you new gameplay of outer-space physics. Among some of the other gameplay elements include slow-motion, light-speed destruction, and other new features. There will also be numerous new characters.
Here’s another ad just released by Samsung trying to lure iPhone users over to the Android camp. In the video we see iPhone buyers camping overnight for the iPhone 4S only to find a passerby using a turn-by-turn voice navigation app on the Samsung Galaxy S II to take him around. Samsung seems to be revving up the video ads mocking the iPhone users as a strategy to win more user base. Funny thing is, it shows another message that the iPhone is so damn good that people is queuing around the world to get one. Samsung don’t seem to have that for their phones on many accounts. Anyway here’s the video:-
With the announcement of the new iBooks 2 a few days ago, Apple has already started selling interactive iPad textbooks. For those who have yet to download it and is still wondering what is it, have a look at the video below showing a preview of the iBooks 2 as well as iBooks Author which is a free publishing tool for aspiring authors to easily create engaging and fun books like textbooks, cookbooks, history books, picture books, and more.
This is more like a promotional stunt more than anything else. ZooGue a company that makes cases for the iPad, iPhone 4S, Motorola Xoom, Kindle Fire and Samsung Galaxy Tab decided to think out of the box where ZooGue CEO Tim Angel travels to Hilo, Hawaii to dip an iPad 2 into hot blazing lava.
Watch the video and you’ll see the iPad 2 hooked to a special mount being lowered to the boiling liquid. Poor iPad 2 even had time to display a message “temperature is too high” below it disintegrates. This is not for the faint hearted, seriously.
[via: Tom's Guide]
Google is offering a huge sale for 10 of their premium apps for only 10 cents each. Currently if you head on to the promo page, you’ll see the following 10 popular apps on offer.
It’s part of their 10 billion download promo to celebrate the milestone achievement. It claims that apps from the Android Market is being downloaded at the rate of 1 billion per month. The offer lasts for only 10 days, so head on to Android Market to download them.
While most kids are probably busy playing Warcraft Dota or attending tuition classes, Thomas Suarez is busy developing iPhone and iPad apps. The sixth grader recently gave a talk at TEDxManhattanBeach about his experiences developing iOS apps. He’s a self taught programmer who says that his foundation in Python, C, and Java gave him a headstart picking up iOS programming. He’s already released multiple apps on the App Store and one of them is a fortune-telling app called Earth Fortune. His other more popular app called Bustin Jieber are for the anti-bieber fans where you get to whack him around.
He has already started an App Club at his school where they will create iPad apps for education purposes and distributed to the local school districts. Apart from that he also has his own company called CarrotCorp aimed at developing mobile apps and Thomas intends to delve into Android development as well. Way a go kid!
Gizmodo Australia released a comprehensive video that shows off the new iOS 5 features on the iPad. We have seen how it looks on the iPhone, now see it in all its glory on the iPad. So what are some of the cool features of iOS 5 that iPad users can look forward to? Here are some of it:-