As all our regular readers know one of the most competitive technology markets in the world is that of the mobile smartphone devices. It seems that everyone is keen to get a piece of the ever growing mobile smartphone market.

Online gambling like scratchcards have been one the traditional gambling formats that have enjoyed unprecedented growth due to mobile scratch card apps. Major online scratch card sites like All Slots Casino and Winnings.com have brought out dedicated mobile scratch games that replicate the success and fun of regular scratch cards.

The chance to scratch and win with a touch of a button is exactly the reason why millions are choosing mobile scratchcards as their preferred gambling choice.

For millions worldwide the smartphone is replacing the PC in many ways as their technology enable us to do whatever our traditional PC’s are capable of us.

According to the New York Times there are reports that Facebook is in the process of releasing their very own smartphone by next year.

The report also confirms that Facebook is has already hired some former Apple software and hardware engineers who worked on the ever popular iPhone and iPad.

The success of mobile devices has meant that millions of global scratch card fans now have the chance to join the winner’s circle of scratchcard jackpots. Without the need for complicated and expensive infrastructure, modern day scratch games are available to anyone with a smartphone.

This means that millions of people are now in the position to access million pound scratchcard jackpots without having to do anything except push a button on their mobile devices.

This is not the first time that reports of a Facebook smartphone have surfaced. At the Mobile World Congress in 2011, HTC unveiled two dedicated smartphones that features dedicated Facebook buttons. These two models were the HTC ChaCha and the HTC Salsa.

Facebook were not in the mood to confirm or deny these interesting reports but did release a statement saying,” We’re working across the entire mobile industry; with operators, hardware manufacturers, OS providers, and application developers.”

Many industry experts see Facebook’s entry into the smartphone market as a strategic one as they have already voiced their concerns over loosing many users who choose to use mobile devices in which Facebook looses millions on advertisement revenues. A Facebook smartphone would certainly solve this problem.

It is also worth noting that only this week another giant Google also entered the club of hardware manufacturers with their acquisition of Motorola Mobility.

It is no surprise that internet giants like Facebook and Google are keen to join the smartphone race as it is clear that mobile devices are influencing the way we live our lives whether it be in online gambling with scratch cards or just social gaming.

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