iPad 2 Launches in Stores — Just in case anyone has been under a rock lately, Apple’s new iPad 2 has come out this week. Aside from online purchases, the new iDevice is available in AT&T, Verizon, and Wal-Mart stores.
Scoreloop Reveals New Partnership Program — Social-mobile gaming platform Scoreloop has revealed its new ‘Go Android’ partnership program this week. Quietly launched in January, the company is now pushing the program that allows iOS developers to bring their titles to Android with the goal of removing operational, legal, and financial overheads.
64GB iPhone 4 Prototype? — There may be a new iPhone 4 in the future with a 64GB storage capacity says MIC Gadget, who evidently got their hands on a leaked prototype in China. Though this is ‘officially’ unconfirmed, it is noted to host the “XXGB” marking that represents the unit as an Apple prototype.
[image via MIC Gadget]
Wallaby Brings Flash to iOS — Some Flash functionality is finally coming to iOS with Adobe’s new Wallaby application. It’s not true Flash, as it converts Flash files to HTML. An experimental technology, Wallaby is currently only intended to enable Flash-based banner advertisements.
Path Adds Facebook Sharing — Photo sharing app Path has rolled out a new update this week. Rather than sharing on just a closed network, the app is now fully integrated with Facebook sharing.
Dead Space Released for iPad 2 — Electronic Arts is expanding its Dead Space franchise further this week. Already available on iPad, the company has enhanced the visuals of the title for release on the new iPad 2.
Kik Raises $8 Million — Mobile messaging startup Kik Interactive has raised $8 million in funding this week says TechCrunch. In addition to this, the company has released a new rendition of Kik Messenger complete with group chat and picture sharing.
Justin.tv Launches Mobile Video Sharing App — According to All Things Digital, Justin.tv has launched a new app by the name of Socialcam for both iPhone and Android devices and will allow users to share any video taken on them.
MindSnacks Raises $1.2 Million — In more funding news, TechCrunch reports that game developer MindSnacks has raised $1.2 million in funding this week. The company’s titles focus on mobile educational games centered around languages, test prep, and other such subjects.
Opera Gets Into The App Store Game: The mobile browser, popular in the developing world, launched Mobile App, where 100 million Opera browser users will be able to buy apps. The store will offer apps for Android, Symbian, BlackBerry and Java, according to GigaOm.