Samsung Apps store gets beefed up prior to Wave launch

In preparation for the launch of the AMOLED Samsung Wave smartphone, Samsung's Apps store is said to have "more than tripled in size". The first handset to flaunt the new bada operating system, Samsung hope the bolstered app store and…

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Gerald LynchSamsung Apps store gets beefed up prior to Wave launch

Samsung launch bada OS SDK for app developers

Samsung's new OS, bada, has been getting a fair amount of attention for the last few months now, with the sleek Samsung Wave handset the first phone to get it when it launches in a few months time. However, a…

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Gerald LynchSamsung launch bada OS SDK for app developers

MWC 2010: Day 1 Round Up

Day 1 of Mobile World Congress 2010 has come to a close. Here's the first of our daily round-ups of the event, which today includes the official unveiling of Windows Mobile 7 and a smattering of new Sony Ericsson handsets…

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Gerald LynchMWC 2010: Day 1 Round Up

MWC 2010: First bada handset revealed as the Samsung Wave

The first bada handset has officially been unveiled as the Samsung Wave, and it's looking pretty special indeed. Most striking is the Wave's 3.3inch Super AMOLED screen, running at WVGA resolution and using an imaging engine more commonly found in…

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Gerald LynchMWC 2010: First bada handset revealed as the Samsung Wave

Google Waves hello with its the social media aggregator to end all others

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Google is introducing some frighteningly integrated web software that I can best describe as a kind of live, collaborative Facebook page. Google Wave will bring together all of your social media apps and all your media itself together in a place where it can be accessed by as many people as you like at one time. It can be added to, commented on and edited in more ways than I can get my tiny little mind around at 5pm in the afternoon the day after the Champions League final.

In a phone interview with Google software engineering manager, Lars Rasmussen, Tech Radar got the full low down on precisely what Wave can do but, suffice to say, it looks like a lot of fun.

Wave’s being shown off at Google’s I/O in San Franciso. It is, of course, all open source so that people can write extensions for it much like Firefox, it works in a browser, embedded in sites and the big G is also releasing an API for it.

They’ll be more on it including a video demo as soon as it goes official in America and doubtless we’ll all be addicted to it about three days after it’s ours to use. The mind blowing continues.

Google Wave

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Daniel SungGoogle Waves hello with its the social media aggregator to end all others

iRiver Wave – a mp3 player/phone hybrid device. It'll never catch on.

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In the lovely Korean girl’s hand above is the iRiver Wave. It’s a *gasp* phone made by an MP3 player manufacturer. The world is imploding. Silliness aside, it’s beautiful, has specs to die for, and the wonderful embedded £2-a-month, all-you-can-stream Bugs Music Service embedded. However, I’m forced to add the phrase that makes any Western techie weep – “Only available in Korea”. Full specs over the jump.

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Duncan GeereiRiver Wave – a mp3 player/phone hybrid device. It'll never catch on.