Samsung has teamed-up with Visit Britain to launch “The Best of Britain” app that will be available exclusively on Samsung Galaxy devices.
Obviously the idea is use the much-hyped 2012 Olympics to promote Sammy’s products in the UK and to all those visiting the country during the big event. To that end, the application will equip both locals and tourists with a “wide scope of social, cultural, fun and enriching experiences during their stay in the UK.” In other words, you’ll be able to get some location-based information from your smartphone or tablet, including details on nearby restaurants, bars, famous sights and so on; as well as information about the Olympic Torch Relay and Olympic venue destinations. Continue reading
Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition is a no-cost, streamlined, easy-to-use development tool for hobbyists, students, and novices. The Express Edition makes Windows programming with Visual Basic fun and easy to learn. It’s also the perfect way for experienced Visual Basic developers to try out new features.
- Easily design great-looking and easy-to-use applications using an intuitive, drag-and-drop interface designer.
- Built-in support for Windows XP Themes lets you easily create applications with a Windows XP look and feel.
- Over 30 new controls simplify development.
- In-place menu editor enables quick and easy creation of main menus and right-click context menus………… Continue reading
We’ve already talked about the LG Prada 3.0‘s quest to the UK. The sexy device has already been announced by few phone retailers, which will offer it either unlocked or with a carrier contract. Now we have the first mobile operator joining the game – T-Mobile.
Unfortunately the local branch of Deutsche Telekom hasn’t revealed the exact launch date (it just says “February”) and price at its “Coming Soon” page, only the phone’s highlights – including “Stunning Prada style,” bright 4.3-inch touchscreen and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). Continue reading