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Dell Opens Mobile Apps Store of Its Own

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Aug 13, 2010, 9:43 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Coinciding with the availability of the Dell Streak Android phone, Dell has also launched a new mobile application store called the Dell Mobile Application Store. A company called PocketGear is providing the technology to run and maintain the storefront. According to Dell, the store offers applications for smartphones running the Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, webOS, and Windows Mobile platforms. The store accepts both credit cards and PayPal for payment, though it also offers free applications.

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Aug 14, 2010, 7:25 PM

Streak Now Available

Well Streak finally avail. Hopefully they had
enough time to add some improvements & eliminate a few bugs. Very Happy Also looks like Android 2.1 has been leaked all over the place, with 2.2 coming in Sept. Have one on the way 8/17, will give followup report later. But with the 5' crisp screen, 1GHz Snapdragon QualComm processor, 512k ram, 512k rom, 2GB internal for apps & system, 16GB external microSD ( expandable to 32), 5mpx rear auto focus camera with (dual LED flash & 720P after upgrade to 2.1), front VGA camera for Video Chat etc., external camera button (for quick operation), 2 stage button, 1st push focus, 2nd for pic, Gorilla Glass from Corning (damage resistant), 1530 amp lithium ion polymer replaceable batt. (Polymer Lithium ion will ho...
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