Daily Archives: 20 June, 2011
By – Engudam.S
The Justice Department will review Google’s proposed $400 million acquisition of the display advertising company Admeld, according to a person briefed on the investigation.
The Justice Department declined to comment.
Singapore, 20 June 2011 – Singapore will this week become the new regional hub for global leading mobile messaging solutions company Dialogue Communications. The new office will help to drive operations in Asia to deliver innovative mobile messaging services, including bulk and wholesale SMS and SMS software integrations.
Dialogue will mark the opening of the regional headquarters on Thursday with an opening event at the Ying Yang Bar – during the same week as Asia’s leading ICT show CommunicAsia2011. Dialogue’s APAC Commercial Director Mitch Powell, who has relocated to Singapore to head up in-region activities and will be at CommunicAsia2011, says the move to Singapore had been planned for some time.
Heathrow airport parking provider, Purple Parking, has seen a 400% increase in traffic from mobile devices in the last year and has launched its mobile commerce site this week, to service the demand.
The newly-launched mobile site enables customers to retrieve quotes and book airport parking through their mobiles, at 26 different airports in the UK. The site is optimised for eight different mobile devices including: the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, SymbianOS, Sony, Windows, Samsung and Nokia models.
The investment in mobile does not end there – Purple Parking is also looking at developing an app especially for its business clients, which would enable users to inform chauffeurs when they have arrived on their departure and when they have landed on their return. The app would replace phone calls with the push of a button.
Adobe Enables Developers to Build Mobile Apps for Android Devices, BlackBerry PlayBook, iPhone and iPad
Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 Update Available Today
London. - June 20, 2011 – Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today delivered an update to Adobe® Flash® Builder® 4.5 and Flex 4.5 software to enable developers to build applications for iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry PlayBook. Support for Android devices was released in April 2011. Developers now have a single platform for building highly expressive mobile applications that can be distributed via the Android Market, Apple App Store and BlackBerry App World. Offered standalone or as part of Creative Suite® 5.5 Web Premium and Master Collection, Flash Builder 4.5 enables the creation of applications that work seamlessly across leading mobile device platforms.
“The reaction from developers to the new mobile capabilities in Flash Builder 4.5 and the Flex 4.5 framework has been absolutely fantastic,” said Ed Rowe, vice president of developer tooling, Adobe. “They are amazed by how easy it is to create great mobile apps for Android devices, BlackBerry PlayBook, iPhone and iPad. Companies can now effectively reach their customers no matter what type of device they have.”