Posts Tagged ‘ Android ’

Maybe Apple’s App Review Process Isn’t So Heinous – 21 Android Apps Turn Out To Be Malware

Mar 2nd, 2011 | By | Category: Apple iPad, iPhone

Apple’s iOS app review process has long been the source of criticism: It’s too slow, it’s too arbitrary or it’s biased. Unfortunate news about the Android platform, though, suggests that maybe Apple’s app review process may not be so heinous after all. Android Police reports that 21 popular free apps for Android phones, apps that […]



SoundCloud Introduces RSS For Podcasts

Jan 19th, 2011 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, iPods & Portable Media Players, Podcast Distribution

Audio platform SoundCloud has announced a beta podcast release program. SoundCloud has built a large and growing fan base over the past year with its capability to create and upload audio files, and then promote and share users’ sound creations across the web. A number of apps are available for creating and sharing SoundCloud files across […]



Windows Mobile 7 Adoption Stats Show Platform Struggling For Traction

Dec 17th, 2010 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

A preliminary look at Microsoft’s newest mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, shows that the platform is off to a disappointing start, and is struggling to gain even the tiniest foothold.  According to mobile ad network Chitika, Windows Phone 7 is outnumbered over 100 to 1 by both Android and iPhone, month and a half […]



Wizzard Unveils Google AdMob Integration & Android Apps

Nov 29th, 2010 | By | Category: Making Money with Podcasts, Podcast Distribution, Podcasting Networks

Last week, Wizzard Media announced support for AdMob, Google’s Mobile Ad network. AdMob is the largest mobile advertising network with over 300 billion global impressions. Additionally, Wizzard announced nearly 30 audio and video Apps, available now for use on the Android smartphone.   The latest Android version of Wizzard’s App adds the popular iPhone App feature, […]



Is Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 The Next Zune?

Jul 16th, 2010 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

Will Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphone be the next Zune? Could be – based on the latest Windows Phone 7, InfoWorld says Microsoft should just kill the project now: There’s no kind way to say it: Windows Phone 7 will be a failure. Windows Phone 7 is a waste of time and money. It’s […]



WordPress For Android

Feb 2nd, 2010 | By | Category: Podcasting Software

WordPress.org has announced WordPress for Android, a new mobile client for the popular blogging & podcasting app. Features: Configure and manage multiple blogs Comment moderation including the ability to reply to comments Create and Edit Posts including categories, tags and photos Create and Edit Pages Get notified of new comments in the Android notification bar […]



Google Listen Brings Podcasts To Android Phones

Aug 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Mobile Podcasting, Podcasting Software

Google has quietly launched Listen, a free new app that brings podcasts to Android phones: Listen from Google Labs brings podcasts and web audio to your Android-powered device. It lets you search, subscribe, download and stream. By subscribing to programs and search terms it will create a personalized audio-magazine loaded with fresh shows and news […]



Google Launches Blog With Social Web Focus

Feb 10th, 2009 | By | Category: General, The New Media Update

Google today launched an official blog about the social web. Mendel Chuang, Product Marketing Manager for Google Friend Connect, writes: “We think the web is better when it’s social. …[W]e are developing tools to make ‘any app, any site, any friends’ a reality…. “We will write about social initiatives within Google, such as Google Friend […]



GigaOm Branches Into Podcasting (Finally!)

Jan 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcast Quickies, Podcasting

Om Malik has been writing for years about emerging technology and the people who shape the tech landscape. Malik used to be a writer at Business 2.0, and founded the GigaOm Network, (a technology blog and organizer of tech conferences like New Tee Vee). And despite being a long-respected authority on new technologies and new […]



Apple’s iPhone The Most Important Device In New Media

Oct 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Featured Story, General

A year ago, we predicted that the iPhone would soon have 1% of the browser market share, if Apple met its sales goals.

It not only appears to be doing that, but the iPhone is an unqualified hit, capturing 17 percent of the smartphone market and becoming the most important device in new media.