The lack of non-white and non-male protagonists in video games is one of the most highlighted concerns to rights campaigners, but it should be for gamers everywhere, as it results in a lack of choice and new experiences which makes playing games so brilliant and immersive.
Taxi service Uber has launched its long-rumoured API to integrate its real-world services into third party apps, but it could mean more for the app industry as a whole.
In a slight change from the usual release model, Apple has released a new beta version of iOS unavailable even to developers.
Expect to see less PC or Xbox exclusives, and more indie games being ported, because the two platforms have begun to form the perfect unity.
One Calendar is an API which aims to simplify calendar integration by creating a single data model and authentication for commonly-used calendars such as Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange.
Each business problem needs to be met with proportionate force, with resources allocated according, and it's only by selecting the right tool for the right job that businesses will be able to strike the right balance and work most effectively.
At SIGGRAPH 2014, Intel has demonstrated the performance and power benefits of DirectX 12 through rendering an asteroid field with 50,000 unique asteroids.
In an increasingly crowded market, developers need to put in more work to ensure that their app gets recognition from fickle users.
Earlier this week, survey results from social learning platform FutureLearn revealed that more 18 year olds in the UK want to get into coding and software development as opposed to more traditional professions, such as medicine or law. This is great news on the surface for the tech industry, but what should budding young developers know before they embark on their working lives?
Google Fit has entered preview stage and is now providing many APIs for app developers and device manufacturers to store and access activity data from fitness apps and sensors on Android and other devices.
It’s one thing to trust an app that counts your steps throughout the day. It’s another thing to trust an app that helps to diagnose you with a serious illness. As the number of healthcare apps continues to grow, the questions remains: Can healthcare apps be trusted?