According to engadget (citing TouchPal as well as an internal source), HTC aims to replace Swype with TouchPal as the default input method in upcoming devices, including the new HTC One M9. The official TouchPal Twitter account also tweeted the engadget article about this, further confirming the move. What prompted this move? The CEO of CooTek, the company behind TouchPal, says it's because of their better contextual prediction and language support. If you actually look at the supported languages, you'll...
Supergames Mobile Brights Finger-Friendly Flash Fun to your Windows Mobile Phone
Have you been hoping for a finger-friendly way to get your favorite flash games in one place? Look no further, as XDA forum member Proteusmega has exactly what you’re after with Supergames Mobile. This Windows Mobile app serves a graphical front end to access all of your locally stored .swf files.
I’ve created a little app to play flash games on WM devices.
With Supergames Mobile you can made your flash games collection simply.
Portrait and Landscape mode
Audio Volume On/Off
Supports QVGA (240×320), VGA (480×640) and WVGA (480×800) resolution
The requirements to run this app are that you own a Windows Mobile 6.x device loaded with Flash Player 7 and .NET Compact Framework 3.5. If your device meets those requirements and you are looking to get all your favorite Shockwave Flash files in one convenient location, be sure to continue on to the original thread!
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Many people are under the impression that once Apple finally launches its smartwatch, the market for wearables will suddenly become mainstream and be taken to the next level. Taking an idea that already exists and making it incredibly successful isn't something new to Apple, but does the Apple Watch have what it takes? The wearable hasn't even shipped yet, but has already won multiple awards and has been featured on numerous fashion magazine covers. Do you think the Apple Watch will be a huge success? Let us know your thoughts.
The smartphone landscape is drastically changing its focus. What was once a North-America-centric monopoly of high-specification phones is now merely an afterimage of the past. The meat of the game is elsewhere now; emerging markets looking for good bang-for-buck are what OEMs are increasingly aiming towards, and in this new game the old players must adapt-or-die. Xiaomi has grown at one of the most notable rates in the industry, leading it to become the world's most valuable start-up; and its...