Mozilla have finally removed the wrapping paper off a few of their developer phones running the new Firefox OS. The plan here being these mid-range at best developer friendly phones called "Geeksphone" will be the starting point for developers to start coding for the new mobile OS. Loving Android, as well as watching the competition, we figured a quick post to show you what's brewing was in order.
Project Glass is one of the more exciting things I'm looking forward to seeing in 2013. Back at Google I/O we got our first solid look at the new wearable technology, as well as the opportunity to pre-order one ourselves. While news on Google Glass has been slow as of late, later this month and early February Google will be holding a hackathon where we'll get to experience Project Glass first hand.
June of 2012, Google began letting developers reply directly to user comments in the Play Store. The one catch with that, this was made available only for a select group of developers, those sporting a "Top Developer Badge." And well, flash forward back to the present day and it looks like this is now rolling-out to all developers.
ported to the Galaxy Nexus, as well as the NOOK, but today the popular Nexus 7 tablet is getting a taste of webOS -- even if it isn't too functional. Check it out below.
Samsung has the AllShare apps, up until this point, third party developers were unable to add AllShare support in their apps. Anyway, with the release of this SDK, developers will be able to create AllShare-capable apps.
Google has been expanding and improving their Play Store since its birth, and today is no different. While we aren't getting a new layout, improved features, or any of those things today they've announced a neat new feature for companies and businesses. Google has just detailed what they're calling Play Store Private Channels. A place to distribute apps privately to customers or employees.
CyanogenMod ROM isn't going anywhere but their domain, official site, entire history, and email has all been shut down and compromised as of late. Sadly when things get big sometimes greed gets involved and that's exactly the case here.
exceeding their goal by huge margins the OUYA Android Game Console hasn't been in the news much. That is because the worldwide launch isn't expected until March of 2013. However, for those on the cutting edge or developers looking for early access, their developer kits are available again today for pre-order starting at $800.
Google Wallet Q & A with their head product manager Robin Dua. This quick session was mainly for developers but we learned a few interesting facts about the future of Google Wallet. For one, they mentioned person to person payments could be in our future. More details below.