Dell’s “Project Ophelia” wants your displays
Dell’s recently announced Project Ophelia is a dongle-sized device which wants your displays from July; taking them over with a custom version of Android through any HDMI port and implementing the company’s Wyse PocketCloud for a multitude of cloud-based needs.
Windows 8.1 ‘Blue’ - What we know so far
Microsoft’s latest Windows OS launched to a lot of criticisms, many of which both developers and consumers alike are hoping to see resolved in the first major “Blue” update, so let’s take a look at what we know so far.
How “freemium” is damaging the games
Freemium is damaging the games, but do you know quite how much? Recently I had the fantastic opportunity to sit down with a group of game developers who spoke passionately about their development, the industry, and how freemium is hurting their creative ideas and real game innovation.
IBM ready to get serious about the API market
At this year’s IBM Impact 2013 conference in Las Vegas; the second largest employer in the US unveiled an API Management Platform to extend the company’s huge software presence.
Google releases Android Studio, more new developer tools
Not stopping at a brand-new IDE, new testing features were announced by Google to help perform “staged rollouts” and beta tests with select users all from within Play’s Developer Console.
Google Maps gets new design, new APIs
Probably Mountain View’s most well-known, well-loved product (perhaps after that search engine thing), Google Maps, has had a complete overhaul in user interface alongside brand-new APIs for you developers to play with! Let’s take a look.
How Google I/O is completing the ‘Circle’ for its ecosystem
Heading into Mountain View’s biggest conference of the year, Sundar Pichai, head of Android at Google, warned the public the annual keynote would focus on developers rather than consumers. Whilst true, there is plenty coming this year for both sides to enjoy.
PayPal to unleash new Android SDK for in-app payments
Whilst in-app purchases become ever more popular, mainly from the rise of the “freemium” model, PayPal wants to get a slice of the pie on Android.
Startup Dekko moves from OS to AR with $3.2 million funding
Last year Dekko had big plans to turn the real-world into an Operating System, full of applications which blend reality with technology, a Google glass without the glasses.
Will Google revolutionise gaming with ‘Play Games’?
Dear developers; have you ever dreamt of creating games with full matchmaking, chat, and achievements / leaderboards for your users to brag about? We hereby present ‘Play Games’.