Windows Mobile, MicrosoftMicrosoft plans to launch an App Store that lets Windows Mobile users find, purchase, and download programs directly from the phones. It'll work much like the iPhone App Store and the upcoming BlackBerry App World.Today Microsoft revealed that developers will have to pay $99 per year to list their items in the store, plus another $99 for each program listed in the Windows Marketplace store.
BlackBerry Research In Motion has launched BlackBerry App World, also known as RIM's version of the iPhone App Store. BlackBerry owners can purchase programs priced between $2.99 and $999.99 directly on their mobile phones, with som... Read Post
BlackBerry, Mobile Research in Motion is in the process of launching an app store that will let users purchase and download software directly from their Blackberry mobile devices. You know, kind of like the iPhone App Store. But for... Read Post