Dear readers, you might help me 🙂
I reached a Dead-End using Twitter Apps (https://apps.twitter.com) : I can’t grant read-write access to the mobile users of my application.
Whatever the support pages say it is not possible to change the permissions settings.
Who can help me?
according to the storage system on Android the remaining memory on my smartphone is ±54 Mbytes out of 2 Gbytes.
but, the sum of memory consumed by the Apps, Pictures …. is less than 200 MBytes!
What’s wrong? Any clue?
I just downloaded Euronews app, it doesn’t work at all as it tries to display an advertising.
Google Nexus 4 – (c) Google
Here are the Google Nexus 4 you can buy on eBay: http://bit.ly/VcuxXF
English: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Le nouveau Samsung Galaxy S3 propose la connexion 4G à 48 Mbits/secondes ou ±4 Megabytes par seconde, de quoi voir une vidéo en HD en temps réel.
Pour la promouvoir, Samsung propose une publicité présentant une mère de famille partageant une vidéo des enfants à leur père prêt à partir en voyage.
Apparently all app stores give 70% of the revenues generated by the paid apps to third parties. I presume we see here a clear oligopole where none of the companies want to release more revenues to the people bringing to their consumers a reason additional reason to buy their phones.
Ideally we should see the platform less attractive like Ovi or Palm sharing a higher percentage of their revenue to attract new developers but apparently such “objective” indicator doesn’t last.
No, less attractive platform ask for a lower cost of entry (the developer submission fee) from 99$ (Apple) to 0$ (BlackBerry).
Then, why BlackBerry, based on its user base is not capable to attract more developers?