Mobile Technology improves Blackjack 04.08.2011

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The advances in modern technology are helping gamers gain better access to superior gambling services using their mobile phones and play exciting blackjack games.

The most popular device for mobile gaming seems to be Google’s Android with 48% share of the smartphones in the gaming market. It’s the leading device in 35 out of 56 active global markets, with over 51 million units distributed worldwide just in Q2 of 2011 which means a 379% increase from the same period the previous year.

The current stronghold that Android operated phones have over the mobile gaming industry could be shaken on August 17th 2011 when Nokia and Microsoft will hold a joint event in Cologne, Germany and many Nokia gambling fans are expecting this event will bring with it the announcement of a Windows OS operated Nokia which will allow gamers to experience their favorite mobile casino games such as roulette, slots and blackjack on a much faster and more reliable Windows Phones mobile gaming platform.

No one knows exactly what is planned for the joint event and many hope it will also be the unveiling of the new Windows Phone 7 Mango that so many mobile gaming enthusiasts eagerly await.

Whatever will happen in Cologne on the 17th it will surely bring with it new products and innovations that will help provide gamblers with much better mobile gaming experience.

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