Last Week in Review – in case you missed it – Week 19

• 16/05/2011

ma week review notepad

Google I/O 2011 stole a majority of the spotlight in the last week with their upgrades to both the Chrome OS platform and Android services. Just in case you missed the best stories and biggest news last week, here’s a quick recap for you for week 19 in mobile news worldwide. We’ve compiled this into easy to navigate categories for your reading convenience.

Android:

RadioShack puts the HTC Inspire 4G on sale for $29.99!
Music Beta by Google introduction video
Google officially announces Android Ice Cream Sandwich in Q4 2011
Android Market now rents movies for PC, smartphone or tablet
Netflix app work around found – we have instructions here

Apple:

Apple now most valuable brand on Earth – Google falls to second
Amazon Cloud Player will stream to your Apple iOS device
Adobe Photoshop iPad Apps now available for download

BlackBerry:

BlackBerry App World 3.0 leaked image

Google:

Google Music is official – will stream over 20K titles for free
Angry Birds is now available in the Chrome Web Store!
Chrome OS will not go on tablets – Google I/O 2011

Other Popular stories:

Windows Phone 7.5 update will be called ‘Mango’ – new features
Microsoft officially buys Skype for $8.5 billion
Nokia schedules surprise event for May 17th in Athens
T-Mobile loses almost half a million customers in Q1 2011
Windows Phone 7 to beat out Android by 2015 – research firm claims


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