Archives: March 2013 - Catchy Agency
This means 4G is now available in 50 towns and cities across Britain, which equates to half of the population. That’s 50 towns in 5… Read More
King.com (soon to be ‘King’), creators of Candy Crush Saga, now attracts 108 million players and 2 billion gameplays each month from it’s mobile, Facebook, and cross-platform audience.
Nick D’Aloisio has sold Summly, the app that provides bite-sized summaries of content from news and other sites, to the internet giant Yahoo. It is understood the 17 year old received £18m for the news-reading app, 90% in cash and 10% in Yahoo shares, although other reports have suggested the company… Read More
Ludei, a game development platform which provides developers with the tools to turn HTML5 games into iOS and Android native applications (without changing any code), has announced it will be adding support for WebGL 3D applications to its platform.
Ludei’s 3D support will be available this summer to allow developers to deliver… Read More
Since Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter, posted the first ever tweet: “just setting up my twttr” on the 21st March 2006, the micro-blogging site has attracted over 200 million users over the last seven years. It now sees 400 million tweets sent every day, with women tweeting about personal… Read More
Last year Samsung introduced the face recognition unlock feature in its Galaxy S3 and now it seems Apple may also be replacing passwords with fingerprint recognition to unlock the phone with the owners fingerprint.
It is thought the next iPhone (iPhone 5s) will have a ‘fingerprint chip under the Home button’… Read More
With the new Samsung Galaxy SIV being launched just last night, and with stats that puts it as the world’s largest mobile operating system, Android is certainly on a high.
Until recently Andy Rubin (Google’s SVP of Mobile and Digital Content) has been the driving force behind the Android… Read More
BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM, announced yesterday that a partner has placed an order for one million BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The largest ever single purchase order in BlackBerry’s history.
Who it was (or even why they ordered so many) we’re not quite sure but this large order, as well as the… Read More