Microsoft Makes SDK Available for Windows Mobile 6.5
Microsoft recently made a new software development kit available for developers interested in writing programs for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. The SDK includes the tools that will let developers create applications, test them, run emulators and create sample images. The SDK comes in two versions, supporting Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional (touch) and Windows Mobile 6.5 Standard (non-touch). It also comes in a number of languages.
Microsoft's Project Rome SDK to Let Android, Windows Play Nice
Microsoft this week released the Project Rome SDK, a tool for developers that will let Android devices control Windows devices and vice versa. Once fully enabled, third-party apps will be able to see Android and Windows devices when they are connected to the internet.
Microsoft Wallet Gains Tap-to-Pay Functionality
Microsoft today updated its Microsoft Wallet app and gave Lumia smartphone owners the ability to make mobile payments at supporting retailers. Windows Mobile has long included a Wallet app, but until today it was reserved for loyalty cards and other retail programs.
Qualcomm Makes Good On Promise to Release Neural SDK
Qualcomm today made its Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine SDK available to all developers. The SDK was first announced in May 2016 and has been in limited testing with select partners since the third quarter of 2016.
Google's Daydream Developer Tools Exit Beta
Google today made Google VR SDK 1.0 with support for Daydream available to developers. The VR SDK, which has been in beta since earlier this year, gives developers the tools they need to create virtual reality content for Google's Daydream platform.
Better catalog of apps to come?