After Google, Apple planning Amazon Echo rival, will open Siri for developers

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Last week, Google launched Amazon Echo rival which is dubbed as Google Home. Now, according to a new report from The Information, Apple is working on its own version of Echo like voice home assistant.

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Google Cardboard SDK update brings support for Spatial Audio

Google Cardboard, the budget VR headset has received an update that will improve the audio experience. The Cardboard SDKs for Unity and Android is getting support for spatial audio for a realistic audio experience in virtual reality (VR) apps.

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Microsoft Band SDK available for developers

Microsoft has released full version of Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Microsoft Band for all platforms. The SDK will allow Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, and Android app developers to start making full-featured third-party apps for the fitness wearable.

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Apple releases Watchkit tools for developers

Apple has released Watchkit for developers to create applications for the Apple Watch due out next year. The company has made available documentation and guidelines for developers alongside the new iOS 8.2 SDK.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK to be available for download on October 17th

Google announced Android 5.0 Lollipop today along with Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. The company is gearing up to release a set of preview images of Android 5.0 on October 17th.

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SDKs for Imaging and SensorCore for Lumia released

Nokia has released Imaging and SensorCore software development kits (SDK )for Nokia Lumia handsets. The company had announced the release of beta version of Nokia Imaging SDK 1.2 in April at Build 2014. Today, it is announcing the official release of the SDK whic is ready for the converged Windows platform. Imaging-SDK nokia Continue reading “SDKs for Imaging and SensorCore for Lumia released”

PlayStation Mobile goes live on 3rd October, Fujitsu and Sharp added as partners

Sony has just announced at its TGS conference that it plans to launch its much awaited PlayStation Mobile service on 3rd October. The service aims to bring content like PlayStation One games and exclusive new IPs to your mobile phone. Sony is also pushing a brand new PlayStation Mobile SDK to developers for $99.99 annually. The SDK will be available in November.

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HTC launches HTCdev site with OpenSense S3D and Pen SDK

HTC has launched HTCdev site for developers that provides access to OpenSense framework including all available HTC SDKs. This would allow the developers develop to mobile applications with better integration. It was announced early June with the registration for developers. Continue reading “HTC launches HTCdev site with OpenSense S3D and Pen SDK”

Android 2.3 SDK launching on November 11th?

Android 2.3 is around the corner, and Google will launch it anytime now. Our friends over at IntoMobile are saying that Google will officially launch the Gingerbread SDK on November 11th, and now Adobe Flash Android app is also suggesting that “Please install the upcoming 11/9 update (ver. 10.1.105.x) to ensure that Flash Player loads properly with future OS updates.” So may be IntoMobile is right about it. Continue reading “Android 2.3 SDK launching on November 11th?”

Google launching Gingerbread SDK next week?

Do you love rumors? Then here is one for you, and if you are an Android fanboy, then may be this one will make you happy because our friends our at AndroidPolice are reporting that Android 3.0 SDK (Software Development Kit) will be available for everyone by next week. Continue reading “Google launching Gingerbread SDK next week?”

Apple iPhone news – new version of SDK out !

iphone-sdk.jpgApple is going on path taken by Samsung and Nokia. Like Nokia came up with the Nokia 5500 Sports edition and Samsung recently launching the miCoach phone in partnership with Adidas, Apple has filed many patents till now, which reveals that iPhone will not be less than your personal trainer, only thing is that it cannot talk. In future iPhone will have an enhanced version of the Nike+iPod application also, using a scanning function you will be able to scan food packets to get nutritional info about what you are buying. The built is sensors and accelerometers of the iPhone will make this possible.

Also, one more update from our side is that Apple has released the second beta version of iPhone SDK, which was major hit with developers. The highlight of this version is that, it has Interface builder functionality. Continue reading “Apple iPhone news — new version of SDK out !”