Developer Edition handsets have officially been listed with Motorola. There are two models listed, one with support for Verizon Wireless and the other with support for GSM (AT&T and T-Mobile). Both models have 32GB of internal storage and are touting the "special" black and woven white Developer Edition design.
Moto X, but actually changing the battery size, add a newer faster processor or more RAM and storage, or a better camera as technology improves. That's exactly what the Phonebloks smartphone wants to do. Getting it done is another task entirely. It's almost a smartphone made out of legos. Check it out below.
Sony is making available its Camera Remote API (Application Programming Interface). This will allow developers to create and publish apps on Android and iOS that will let users control various aspects of compatible Sony cameras right from their WiFi-enabled phones or tablets.
Samsung announced their first ever Developer Conference back in July. At the time they provided some key details and did some teasing, however it wasn't until today that the registration opened. Simply put, if you had been waiting to register for the "major" event that will take place in San Francisco -- now is the day to move forward.
developer has stated, "This is Twitter all over again," because it appears that Instagram is getting strict with their API and naming policies. Sources have learned that Instagram has begun sending out letters to app developers asking them to cease using the word 'insta' or 'gram' in their titles. And are giving them 48 hours to comply.
Plants vs Zombies is quite popular, and last year around this same time we learned that a sequel was in the works. Then back in March we learned it would arrive on mobile come this summer, only to later find out it would launch as an iOS exclusive. So this isn't really news, but by now we were hoping for at least some details regarding an Android release.
Koush has been busy working on some new treats for Google's Chromecast device. It's only been available for under a week, is sold out in most places, and has some serious potential. And Koush is proving that already. Using the beta SDK he's developed an app allowing a user to cast pictures, videos and more all from their device gallery.
Samsung looks ready to make a bigger move into the developer space, one that will have them following in the lines of some of the other big players. The company has announced the Samsung Developer Conference which will kick-off on October 27th. The event will take place in San Francisco, California and it one that Samsung is promising to be "major."