The Palm Pre's on-device software store currently only allows free apps, but that's about to change. Palm, Inc. has just begun a beta of its system to allow developers to charge for their software.
RIM has just released BlackBerry App World 1.1, and while the latest version of its on-device software store has some new features, it's missing a significant one that was rumored earlier this week.
RIM hasn't yet released the new version of its on-device software store, but the documentation for BlackBerry App World 1.1 shows that it will have some significant new features.
At this point, there are barely a handful of games for the just-released Palm Pre, but Palm is hoping to change that. According to a job listing posted online, this company is looking for "top-notch graphics engineers to create development tools for the Palm webOS."
Palm, Inc. has released the software development kit (SDK) for the webOS, giving developers the tools they need to create applications for the Palm Pre.
MotionApps announced today that it's adding HotSync to its Palm OS emulator for the Palm Pre.
Many Long-time Palm OS users were thrilled when MotionApps announced plans to release an emulator that will allow the Palm Pre to run legacy Palm OS applications. A new video from the company shows off this app's ability to handle advanced games.
For the rest of this month, Astraware Sudoku, Astraware Casino, Astraware Boardgames, and Astraware Solitaire are all available for under $5.
A version of Astraware Sudoku has been released for BlackBerry smartphones. This game allows users to download a puzzle every day for no additional charge.
Although originally slated to be part of the N-Gage gaming service, the Nokia N73, N93 and N93i models will not receive N-Gage support.
Critical Thought Games has released geoDefense 1.1 on the iTunes App Store. In this tower defense game, players stop various types of geometric enemies from reaching their base with weapons including lasers, homing missiles and vortex towers.
During a webinar today, Palm implied that future versions of the webOS will enable developers to create high-end games for the Palm Pre.
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