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Developers

Is the Apple iPad OS just unfinished?

January 27th, 2010

Bear with me on this one, alright? It’s a long shot, but part of me thinks this is a set up. Apple hasn’t gone over things like how notifications work, they didn’t address multitasking, and in some places, it felt like Steve & Co. purposely rushed over certain areas in the announcement. What if there …

Sprint announces the HTC Hero to developers

September 3rd, 2009

Jiminy jillikers, Radioactive Man, would you look at that? Sprint has just announced that it will be carrying the HTC Hero on the Sprint Developer Network site: Announcing the HTC Hero, which will be the first Android device running on the Sprint network. By the end of September, the Sprint developer program will deploy an …

Symbian^4 means bad news for developers, amazing news for users

August 5th, 2009

Well, at least the significance of the Symbian Duck’s giant robotic feet is clear now — they’re going to walk all over developers! Oh come on. We kid… We kid… Truth be told, there’s no one as happy as we are to learn that Symbian^4 will finally break app compatibility. This obvious-turned-revelatory tidbit was covered …

Google releases Donut to Android devs

July 26th, 2009

It looks as if Google has some sweet, sweet treats headed to those who are going to be left out of the Sense UI game as the company has released the code for Donut to developers. Apparently designed to work on all existing devices (read G1 and Magic), Donut will include such lusted after features …

iPhone OS 3.1 released to developers!

June 30th, 2009

We just got word from a couple tipsters telling us that Apple has posted iPhone SDK 3.1 as well as iPhone OS 3.1 for developers. While everyone was expecting a 3.0.1 update, version 3.1 seems to be here to stay. Let us know if you find anything interesting in the new build.

Windows Marketplace for Mobile opens its doors, and windows, to devs… again

May 12th, 2009

All right file in, ever-patient Windows Mobile developers. If you’ve managed to stick with ole’ faithful this long without jumping ship to a trendier, flashier platform, the light at the end of the tunnel is finally coming into focus. Maybe. Microsoft has now officially opened its doors for Windows Marketplace for Mobile developer registration, again. …