The Google Play Store could suffer a major facelift in the coming months. It is in any case what think the website Droid-Life by revealing screenshots of the next version of the Play Store, version 4.0.
Here, no change name as was the case with Android Market, but large changes in the interface design. It wants to be more clear, enhancing the color code to classify applications. Full of small new touches to discover in the video made by Droid-Life.
It could also host a new service from Google: Google Play News. This service could inaugurate a newspaper subscription on smartphones and tablets on the Android system. So, no need to go buy your newspaper from booth every morning.
This new version of Play Store could be unveiled at Google I/O on May 15th.
Sin City 2 is awaited for by fans of comics by Frank Miller. After a very successful first film released in 2005, then became ‘Sin City’ sequel a long wait to finally be announced by the end of this year! While shooting is in progress, the central actress of the film had not yet been found. Since last night, things was done.
And this is the French Eva Green who will play Ava Lord, the Lady of the subtitle of the film (A Dame to kill for). Oh fatal woman, Ava Lord will face his former lover Dwight McCarthy, played by Josh Brolin (Clive Owen in Sin City 1). A choice of actress that can greet as we imagine Eva Green cut for the role. Green had already distinguished in Kingdom of Heaven, Casino Royale or even Dark Shadows. Interestingly, it will also appear in another adaptation of Frank Miller’s comics: 300 Rise of an Empire.
Hired another actress, Julia Garner, which will be included in the untold story held by the very popular Joseph Gordon-Levitt. A cast that is becoming increasingly so for a film that will arrive in October in theaters.
With only few hours before the main event, RIM has announced a sweeping overhaul of its online content offerings this week, and the new BlackBerry World storefront has just gone live. You’re now able to see the selection of TV shows, movies, apps, music, and so on from the web store, giving a look at one aspect of what RIM will have to show the world at its make-or-break BlackBerry 10 unveiling later today.
Pricing seems to be in line with other services, and RIM has already said that content updates will be timely — movies will hit the store at the same time as the DVD release, and TV shows will become available the day after they air in the UK and North America. If you’re curious about this piece of the BlackBerry ecosystem puzzle, you can browse the store now.