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08 Nov 2010

HTC might be planning on its own app store

HTC might be planning on its own app store

According to Financial Times magazine, HTC may be working on its own application store and that it has started hiring employees just for that. HTC also eventually plans to get up to 100 employees worldwide as a supporting staff for its app store. That is according to sourced rumors. There is still no official information from HTC about this app store.

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17 Dec 2008

Palm's App Store

Palm's App Store

Although a bit late, Palm has decided to launch an App Store of its own. Simila to the iPhone, the new service will allow users download software directly to their handsets.

Palm's App Store will be backed by PocketGear, and will have about 1,500 developers on board, who will get 50% from the sales of their software.

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30 Jun 2008

Rhapsody DRM-Free Music Store Opened, Gives Away 100,000 Music Albums for Free

Rhapsody DRM-Free Music Store Opened, Gives Away 100,000 Music Albums for Free

Rhapsody has opened a DRM-free MP3 store. Each track costs $.99, while an album will cost you $9.99. All songs are encoded in 256kpbs CBR.

Users can preview 25 full-length tracks a month from the standard 5 million song catalog. But that's not all, the first 100,000 subscribers to sign-up before July 4th will receive a $10 credit, which can then be spent on a full album of your choice.

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27 Jun 2008

Helio Began Shutting its Stores Down

Helio Began Shutting its Stores Down

This sign was photographed at a Helio store in Denver, and it says: “The Helio Store is closed. Contact their customer support”. Don't know what to think: first news about Helio being sold off to Virgin, then spy shots of the upcoming Ocean 2, and now this... Let's hope for a happy ending.

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24 Apr 2008

Nokia Music Store Opens in Australia

Nokia Music Store Opens in Australia

Starting today, the Nokia Music Store is accessible for music lovers in Australia.

Owners of the Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N81 8GB and the N82 smartphones will be able to purchase songs for 1.70 Australian dollars per track and albums from AU $17.00 and download them directly on their device. PC downloads are also available, and cost AU $10 per month for unlimited access.

Users can synchronize the music collection between the PC and a mobile via Windows Media Player 11.

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02 Nov 2007

Nokia Music Store Now in UK

Nokia Music Store Now in UK

Nokia Music Store became available in the UK.

Now any owner of the Nokia N95 ar N81 handset will be able to wirelessly download music tracks directly to his phone. Each track costs 80 pence, and the whole album will cost you 8 pounds. Quite pricey, don't you think? Anyway, there's no doubt that the service will be popular; it has a nice interface and a decent media library.

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25 Apr 2007

Motorola Opens a Global Flagship Store in India

Motorola Opens a Global Flagship Store in India Motorola continues to open Motorola's branded stores in key markets around the world.The latest Motorola "Global Flagship Store" was launched in one of the busiest market areas of New Delhi's National Capital Region (NCR). There are other two Motorola Flagship stores already open in Shanghai and Moscow. The opening was further supported by the simultaneous launch of a concept MOTOSTORE in the country's capital and adds to the over 350 Motorola stores spread throughout Asia Pacific, Europe, India and Latin America.

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12 Dec 2006

Nokia Flagship Store opened in Mexico City

On December 13, Mexicans will experience a new way to shop for wireless devices when Nokia opens its first Flagship Store in Mexico in the new Antara shopping complex in Polanco. Featuring the widest selection of Nokia devices available, Nokia Flagship Stores feature an interactive, high-energy retail environment dedicated to educating customers and pairing them with the perfect wireless device.

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22 Nov 2006

Helio announces first retail store

Helio LLC has opened its first branded retail store in Santa Monica, Calif., stating it as a unique wireless shopping experience.

As the company says the stores were “conceived with influences from the hottest nightclubs and boutiques around the world” centered around a main lounge where customers can test out Helio devices and watch programming on a 60-inch plasma TV.

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07 Sep 2006

Sony Ericsson planning online music store

Sony Ericsson planning online music store

In an announcement that has produced more questions than answers, Sony Ericsson has hinted that they'll be opening an online music store in the coming months, largely in response to Nokia's digestion of Loudeye. Of course, parent Sony runs Connect, so it remains to be seen how (or even if) the new service will integrate with it; if it does, this could be a trick way for Sony Ericsson to get more exposure with their Walkman devices than they've managed so far in the States.

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