Google will be making previews and SDKs available tomorrow. The site where they will be available has just gone live – developers may want to take a look.
Announced June 9th, LG has provided availability to the QCircle SDK. This allows developers to build their apps to work on the circular portion of display made active with the QuickCircle case on the LG G3.
HTC did a great job with the camera tech on the HTC One (M8), but what else can be done? HTC wants you to answer that question, as they have released the initial SDK preview for the Dual Lens API for all third party developers.
After months of beta, Codename One has now been downloaded over 100,000 times and has been used to create more than 1,000 native mobile apps across all of today’s most popular smartphone platforms, including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Ford has released its OpenXC API, which lets application developers access data from the car, including mileage, location, speed, and the like, contributing to a better driving experience.
All Ouya followers will be pleased to know that the team behind the Android powered video game console has announced that software development kits will be shipped to backers by December 28th. This is great news to hear because this means that devs will finally be able to work on optimizing their games for the big screen.
About a month ago, Samsung updated the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Galaxy Note series, but it didn’t come with the tool that’d make it easier for developers to create apps that are compatible with the Note 2’s multi-window function. As a follow up, version 2.2.5 of the S Pen SDK for the Note series is now available to download from Samsung’s website.
Facebook has been working hard to improve their Android offerings over the last few months. After their application in the Google Play Store begin getting alarmingly low ratings, Zuckerberg and staff set out to fix all the issues. One such thing they’ve improved is their Android SDK by adding more and better content. They’ve also added the Android Developer Central
Samsung has released an update to their S Pen SDK. This update brings the SDK up to version 2.2 and with that comes some bug fixes as well as some improvements to the hovering and drawing features as well as to other existing features.
Qualcomm is currently the mobile chip leader in the market thanks to many factors, like the fact that they produce chips from devices that are at the low-end and made for volume, and up to the high-end for $700 devices. What really started making their chips popular was the introduction of the Nexus One with their 1 Ghz Snapdragon CPU, which was a first at the time. The Snapdragon S4 chip has also overwhelmed Qualcomm with demand until the end of the year, thanks to its high performance, battery efficiency, and integration with a LTE modem. But there is one…