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Displaying items by tag: SDK

Friday, 17 June 2011 08:00

Kinect for Windows SDK beta arrives

Microsoft has released a Kinect for Windows software development kit - but it's only for non-commercial use at this stage.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 14 April 2011 15:05

Kinect SDK koming soon

A fair few people have been fiddling with the Kinect since it was launched, finding ways of putting it to work with hardware other than the Xbox 360. Microsoft is now preparing to release an official Kinect for Windows SDK.

Published in Home Tech

Microsoft's next update to its Windows Phone 7 platform is codenamed 'Mango', where Microsoft presumably hopes that the man, and the woman, will go and get a Windows Phone 7.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 17:41

BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform goes beta

First announced last September, the BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform has now gone into beta testing. BBM Social Platform allows app developers to create software that takes advantage of the social connectivity infrastructure RIM built for BlackBerry Messenger.

Published in Mobility

Leading provider of native format optimization solutions today releases a powerful software development kit - FILEminimizer SDK - which allows for balesio's optimization technology to be embedded into corporate storage systems and applications.

A fresh round of controversy has exploded concerning the way Apple forbids third-party developers from using private APIs in iPhone OS.

Published in Core Dump

New SDK versions fulfil compliance requirements in the professional storage environment and are similarly suitable for applications with requirements for audio/video recording

Monday, 25 January 2010 11:27

'Active content' - Kindle Apps in all but name?

It might not lead to a gold rush like we saw with Apple's App Store, but Amazon has announced an SDK for developers wishing to create 'active content' for the Kindle.

Published in Development
Thursday, 14 January 2010 09:35

Plague of mice a boon for classroom computing?

25 mice controlling one application sounds like a recipe for disaster, but Microsoft thinks its MultiPoint platform has a role to play in the classroom.

Published in Education
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 17:04

Facebook embraces new Microsoft .NET SDK

Facebook is arguably the king of social networking right now and Microsoft-based software developers can now leverage the Facebook user base via the same technologies they are accustomed to.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 03 September 2009 16:10

Nokia opens smart phone platform to developers

In an effort to encourage more software developers to create applications for its devices, Nokia has unveiled a set of APIs and an SDK for its Ovi online portal.
Published in Strategy
After an initial period during which the Surface SDK was only available to selected companies, Microsoft has lowered the drawbridge to admit more than 640,000 registered developers.

Published in Development
Friday, 13 March 2009 04:09

iPhone 3.0 software coming soon

Apple will preview its iPhone 3.0 software on Tuesday March 17. What might the revision bring?

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 20 August 2008 01:20

Google says: Hack the Android!

Google has released the 0.9 SDK Beta and admits that its ambitious project to produce the first complete, open, and free mobile platform is "converging on a final Android 1.0" release. It has also taken the bold step of posting an open letter to the security community which, in effect, invites them to hack the Android...

Published in Open Source
There’s excitement over an iPhone version of the VoiceEngine Mobile VoIP software from Global IP Solutions, and it has people... er... talking!

Nokia and its friends are circling the wagons in the face of Google's Android mobile phone platform and the massive level of interest being shown in Apple's iPhone as it gains greater international distribution. Big changes are afoot in the Symbian world.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 23 June 2008 16:54

Google Android mobiles face lengthy delays

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal the much hyped mobile phones powered by open source Android software will not be arriving this year as expected. What's more, it seems that application compatibility could be a problem as developers get increasingly frustrated with Google.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 07 April 2008 05:46

ASUS Eee Linux PC dumps on Windows

Micro Linux laptop maker, ASUS, have released an open source software developer’s kit – or SDK – for their popular ultraportable, the Eee. Now the Eee is yours to command. Heck, you don’t even need an Eee; the SDK includes a VMWare image dump letting Windows users see just what all the fuss is about. Here’s how to do it.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Friday, 28 March 2008 07:40

Software Watch: March 28

iPhone SDK and a pair of web editors.

Published in Core Dump
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen may be regretting his decision to publicly state Adobe was working to get Flash on the iPhone without getting Apple’s blessing first. Why? Because Adobe knows it needs Apple to proceed, with a new statement acknowledging the need for Apple’s support.

Published in Mobility
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