Palm Offers Details About Developing for webOS
Hands On with HP's Elite x3
HP is jumping back into phones at a completely unexpected time. HP made quite a few iPAQ Windows smartphones back in the day (2004-2009, to be precise.) Then they bought Palm and infamously drove that into the ground.
Awareness API from Google to Power Contextually Aware Apps
Developers will soon be able to make their apps aware of their surroundings thanks to the new Awareness API. The API can support up to seven different signals at once, including time, location, places, beacons, headphones, activity, and weather, to deliver contextually aware information.
LG to Add Mobile Component to TVs Via WebOS 3.0
LG will use its webOS platform to let smartphone owners connect directly to their smart TV. The company plans to show off new TV sets at the CES trade show next month.
Cyanogen Introduces Platform SDK
Cyanogen today announced the Cyanogen Platform SDK, a new tool meant to make developing for Cyanogen easier. Cyanogen describes the Platform SDK as an open-source tool that lets developers use existing APIs within CyanogenMod's framework or to create their own APIs for the greater community.
This thing is going to BlOW the hell up!
They are now taking a page out of the gaming industry. (The hardware is only as good as the software running on it). And making it this easy to build for, they should have very few problems ahead. (Unless Apple counters with something within the next few months.)
I have a Blackberry Curve right now but Palm has always been my first love. I got the 700p when it first came out and loved it to death. (I feel dirty for having a Curve.)
I'M SORRY PALM!