Tag: API

Amazon Introduces GameCirle With Cloud Saved Progress And More [video]

Amazon Introduces GameCirle With Cloud Saved Progress And More [video]

| July 11, 2012 | Reply

Amazon first brought in app purchasing to Android apps before Google did. Now amazon has added a few features to gaming that Google should have already done. With game circle, Amazon will store your game progress to the cloud and you can resume it anytime. So if you get really far on Plants vs. Zombies […]

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Google I/O Tickets To Go On Sale March 27. For About Double The Price Of Last Year

Google I/O Tickets To Go On Sale March 27. For About Double The Price Of Last Year

| March 13, 2012 | Reply

Google has added a third day to its developer conference, Google I/O and the conference will run from June 27-29. To cover the cost the price of admission has jumped from $500 to $900. I imagine this will also help stop some of the people who go just to get the free offerings and have […]

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Ford is going to use Google to tell you how to drive

Ford is going to use Google to tell you how to drive

| May 10, 2011 | Reply

  Googles predictive API is pretty amazing. It can collect a number of amounts of data and make a predction based on given data. Ford will plan to implement this into it’s future vehicles and EV’s. What the blue oval plans to do is collect information based on weather, traffic, driving history and some other […]

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Windows Phone 7 Devs to Get Improved Development Tools

Windows Phone 7 Devs to Get Improved Development Tools

| April 13, 2011 | Reply

Microsoft has been pretty stingey to devlopers as far as what they have access to while developing their apps. In addition to strict app design rules developers don’t have access to the stuff like the camera video feed, making apps like Fring and augmented reality apps impossible for developers. Well today Microsoft announced that there […]

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Facebook’s new inbox claims to be a “GMail Killer”

Facebook’s new inbox claims to be a “GMail Killer”

| November 15, 2010 | Reply

Facebook, oh how many times are you going to try to take over the world. Mark Z is trying hard to make sure Facebook stays up there as a giant in communications with advancements in api’s to allow locations to be shared and stores to give out some coupons, but now he has revamped something […]

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A Sneak Peak Into The Gingerbread UI?

A Sneak Peak Into The Gingerbread UI?

| November 4, 2010 | Reply

Android fans have been patiently waiting for weeks now as little tidbits of information have been coming in here and there in regards to Google’s next OS codenamed Gingerbread.¬† With the OS seemingly right around the corner it is hard not to keep craving more and more leaked info to hold us over while we […]

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Why Android > Apple in Application Development

Why Android > Apple in Application Development

| October 27, 2010 | Reply

We all have heard Steve Jobs take pokes at how Chaotic the Android world is and how “fragmented” the Android OS is but in reality this could be a good thing. With all this chaos shines a light of coded architecture that could bring hope to developers wanted to raise the bar using API’s. What […]

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Incredible Users get Brighter : First LED Flashlight App

Incredible Users get Brighter : First LED Flashlight App

| May 27, 2010 | Reply

I was going to bed and like normal I surf the Market for a quick second. I put in the search word “Incredible” to see anything mainly for that device or with that word in the description and found an app that a lot of you Incredible users have been waiting in the dark without. […]

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HTC Evo 4G rooted before Launch w/ Video

HTC Evo 4G rooted before Launch w/ Video

| May 24, 2010 | Reply

So this is some rather crazy happenings, it seems all them Google IO attendees happen to use those EVO gifts wisely and rooted it quicker then it can be released. This actually makes me very happy because I own the HTC Incredible and I found out via the forums for the root project for the […]

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