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Google Defends Role In Android Ecosystem

April 7, 2011 Doug Caverly

If you’ve heard some unpleasant rumors about Google controlling device manufacturers and making Android less open, don’t swallow them just yet.  Google’s Andy Rubin told the company’s side of things yesterday, referring to the other tales as FUD. Rubin wrote in a post on the Android Developers Blog, “As always, […]

Google Unveils Android 3.0 Platform Preview

January 27, 2011 Doug Caverly

Developers who intend to make apps for tablets other than the iPad can start making more precise plans about their futures immediately.  Google announced yesterday that it’s making a preview of the Android 3.0 SDK available. Xavier Ducrohet wrote on the Android Developers Blog, “[W]e are releasing a preview of […]

Yahoo On Lookout For TV Widget Developers

November 19, 2010 Doug Caverly

Developers with an interest in “smart” TVs might want to give a second thought to Yahoo’s involvement in the field.  Today, Yahoo put out a call for developers to build widgets for the Yahoo Connected TV Store. Juan Carlos Perez reported this afternoon, “Yahoo is expanding its Connected TV program […]

NOOKdeveloper Program Launches

October 27, 2010 Doug Caverly

The recently announced Nook Color, a full-color e-reader backed by Barnes & Noble, may do well, considering it’ll be nicer-looking than the Amazon Kindle and less expensive than an iPad.  Developers can benefit from its success, too, since the “NOOKdeveloper” program was launched this week.

Devs Given PSP2 Hardware

September 30, 2010 Doug Caverly

It’s a good time to be a developer, or at least a PSP2 developer who’s on Sony’s good side, judging from a new report.  Sony’s supposed to have given out PSP2 hardware to some developers so that they can take an early crack at making games. Rob Crossley wrote earlier […]

AMD Releases New SDK

August 12, 2010 Mike Sachoff

AMD announced today the availability of the ATI Stream Software Development Kit (SDK) v2.2 with OpenCL 1.1 support to provide developers with the tools they need to build applications. By taking advantage of both CPU and GPU processing power in a given system, applications like 3D video, HD video chat […]

Solid Documents Releases New SDK

July 29, 2010 Mike Sachoff

Solid Documents, a developer of document reconstruction software, has introduced its latest release of its Solid Framework.Net Software Development Kit (SDK). Version 7.0 gives developers more flexibility in developing applications with the SDK. It includes tools, documentation and samples developers can reference to write, build, test and deploy .NET Framework […]

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