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iTunes Match seeded to developers, supports streaming playback

08/30/2011, Illegal downloading of music is hurting the record industry, but despite the fact that songs are now pretty affordable (about $0.99 per song), nothing trumps free, right? When iTunes Match was announced during WWDC 2011 earlier this year, it looks like...

HTCDev website launches with OpenSense SDK

08/08/2011, A few days ago we reported that HTC had plans to launch a web tool that would allow users to unlock their HTC device’s bootloaders. This is probably HTC’s way of getting around the carriers who probably would not have allowed the unlocked bootloader...

Apple cracking down on non-authorized devices running iOS 5

08/05/2011, We understand that with the upcoming release of iOS 5, there are probably plenty of iOS users and a few other interested parties who are curious about what the latest incarnation of iOS 5 will bring to the table. Developers who had access to the betas of...

Apple’s Find my Mac beta opened to developers

08/04/2011, While the iPhone has the “Find my iPhone” utility app that lets iPhone users search for their missing/misplaced/stolen iPhones, Apple has recently enabled beta testing of a new security feature which they have dubbed “Find my Mac” to developers,...

Windows 8 Interface: Not Friendly to Windows Developers

06/13/2011, Microsoft showed off its latest incarnation of the Windows operating system last week, and it was mostly received warmly by the public. People thought the new user interface and tablet experience were appealing, and a welcome change from the previous and...

Android Fragmentation: a real problem, developers say

04/04/2011, Google said at the previous Google IO that Android is not *that* fragmented, but many developers -86%- (according to Fortune and 250 developers surveyed) think that Android fragmentation is a real problem. First, let’s provide some context:...

Nintendo 3DS games require 2-3x larger budgets than DS

03/28/2011, Did you buy a shiny new Nintendo 3DS over the weekend and are now left scratching your head at the lack of decent games to play on it? Ridge Racer? Haven’t we played that game on like almost every single console already? Nintendogs + Cats? Is that...

A quarter of apps are only used once

02/01/2011, How many of you are guilty of downloading an app or a game and only running it once on your phone? Yeah, you’re not alone. According to the latest report from Localytics, more and more users are starting to use new apps less and less. From the...

Amazon to set their own prices on their own Android app store

01/17/2011, Bad news if you’re thinking of selling your apps on their upcoming Android app store – you don’t get the final say on what your app costs. According to a report online, you’ll be able to submit your app to Amazon with a suggested sales...

Windows Phone 7 Boasts 3,000 Apps And 15,000 Developers

11/25/2010, By now we more or less know that the success of a modern mobile platform is heavily dependent on the quantity and quality of the apps that it offers and in that sense, Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 has an obvious disadvantage to the...

PandaBoard Offers A Cortex-A9 Board For Developers

10/27/2010, Developers out there might want to take note that the PandaBoard development tool for mobile application developers is now shipping, helping developers to create OMAP4-compatible apps for Android, Angstrom, Chrome, MeeGo and Ubuntu-based devices. The...

Developers Get The iPhone OS 3.1 (Rumor)

07/01/2009, The word on the street is that iPhone developers have been seeded with the iPhone OS 3.1 and the SDK 3.1. Right now, the iPhone Dev-Team is waiting for the OS 3.0.1 and a critical mass of users before unleashing their jailbreaking and unlocking software,...