NCM has debuted its free Movie Night Out application for iPhone, Android mobile devices, and via movienightout.com for Blackberry and other WAP devices.
The Undercover Tourist Travel app “lite” for the Android follows the highly successful release of the Undercover Tourist Travel iPhone app in late February which reached the top spot in the free travel app section multiple times with over 18 thousand downloads in one day.
During keynote presentations at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel executives outlined several software- and hardware-related efforts as the company intensifies its System-on-a-Chip (SoC) product plans based on the Intel Atom processor family.
Apple announced that iPhone 4 will be available to customers in China beginning today at 8:00 a.m. at Apple Retail Stores including the new Apple Store Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai and the new Apple Store Xidan Joy City in Beijing opening on the same day. iPhone 4 will also be available at China Unicom retail stores for qualified buyers with a new two year contract.
Recent Mobile News from around the net
- Mobile Advertising Is Exploding And Will Grow Much Faster Than All Other ... - Business Insider
- Lords of the Fallen's mobile game will be a new adventure - Polygon
- Hearthstone Gives Me Hope For A Broken Mobile Market - Cinema Blend
- Four arrested, mobile phones recovered - The Hindu
- 2015 for the Mobile Developer – Things to know - Tech Cocktail
- NQ Mobile Tumbles as Unit Sale, Earnings Fail to Impress - Bloomberg
- Youth dies as mobile phone explodes during charging - Times of India
- T-Mobile paying at least $90 million for unwanted text services - Waterloo Record
- NQ Mobile Tumbles as Unit Sale, Earnings Fail to Impress
- T-Mobile agrees to pay $90 million over 'cramming'
- U.S. settles lawsuit over T-Mobile's unauthorized charges
- T-Mobile paying at least $90M for unwanted services
- T-Mobile Settles Phone-Cramming Case for $90 Million
- T-Mobile to Refund $90 Million for Unwanted Charges
- FTC, T-Mobile Settle Over Unauthorized Charges
- T-Mobile to pay $90 million in settling FTC cramming case