Galaxy Note III S phablet, Samsung has just launched the search for the next big app. This time, the challenge is to develop apps that will take advantage of one of the smartphone's biggest selling feature: the S Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. At the same time though, there's some concern about it only working with the Note III initially, and it not being able to run regular Android apps. However, Samsung's promised roughly 12 apps will be installed at launch, and we can look forward to tons more coming soon to the wearable device.
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.
reported on the public availability of the Fling Java app that lets users stream local media to the Chromecast without the need of a browser. And now, Google announced a double whammy of updates, one for the Chromecast device itself and the other for the Google Cast SDK.
announcement that disclosed a security vulnerability on the Android platform that lead to insecure Bitcoin wallets. The Android security team investigated the issue and has published details about the bug as well as an upcoming fix.
SHIELD just got more awesome! Following the public availability of the gaming device, NVIDIA has just released a number of files and images that will help developers to create custom images for the SHIELD. NVIDIA also threw in a recovery image to allow users to restore the stock NVIDIA SHIELD configuration.
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."
Google is looking to increase its revenue from Play Store sales by altering the percentage that goes to carriers, and the percentage that it retains for itself. Google hasn't commented on the rumor, but according to the analysts, developers' income won't be affected.