Google has been expanding and improving their Play Store since its birth, and today is no different. While we aren't getting a new layout, improved features, or any of those things today they've announced a neat new feature for companies and businesses. Google has just detailed what they're calling Play Store Private Channels. A place to distribute apps privately to customers or employees.
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exceeding their goal by huge margins the OUYA Android Game Console hasn't been in the news much. That is because the worldwide launch isn't expected until March of 2013. However, for those on the cutting edge or developers looking for early access, their developer kits are available again today for pre-order starting at $800.
Google Wallet Q & A with their head product manager Robin Dua. This quick session was mainly for developers but we learned a few interesting facts about the future of Google Wallet. For one, they mentioned person to person payments could be in our future. More details below.
next-gen game that we are still awaiting more details on. In the meantime we wanted to talk about their game and app launches. Gameloft recently took to Twitter and announced that in 2012 their goal is "simultaneous launches on iOS and Android." If you've ever seen an awesome game from Gameloft, you know their games always arrive on iOS first.
few new Android smartphones headed to market soon. One in particular is their new Motorola Atrix HD. Which will be a 4G LTE device for AT&T. Just like every other Motorola phone as of late, it will feature a signed and locked bootloader where users and developers can't control a thing. Motorola confirmed this on Twitter, as well as something else we've heard before.
has an Android app to make sure you can follow your gamer friends, and never miss one of their big sales. While this fans design is awesome, I'd have to say this is how a lot more apps should look -- not just Steam.
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