HTC Announces OpenSense SDK and Developer Program
HTC today announced a new support program for developers called HTCdev. The developer program, which will kick off later this summer, is meant to help developers interested in targeting HTC's handsets access the tools and resources they need more effectively develop for HTC handsets. HTC also announced the OpenSense SDK, which will let developers more deeply integrate their own applications and servies within HTC's Sense 3.0 Android interface. The OpenSense SDK will include APIs for 3D displays and the Tablet pen (used for the HTC Flyer). HTC said that the program will receive regular updates to the number and types of tools available based on developer feedback. Samsung recently announced a similar developer support program for its Android-based smartphones.
Hands-On with the HTC 10
HTC showed off its 2016 flagship smartphone today. The HTC 10 takes all the characteristics we've come to appreciate in HTC and amps them up.
Review: HTC Bolt for Sprint
HTC's Bolt for Sprint is a larger, more grown-up version of the HTC 10. It pairs HTC's high-quality hardware with Android 7 Nougat and Sense UI for a flexible, powerful combo.
Google Drops Android O Release Candidate
Google today made Android O Developer Preview 4 available to application developers and said this is the final preview before Google releases Android O to consumers later this year. This build contains the final user interface system behaviors, the latest bug fixes and optimizations, and the final set of APIs.
Google Releases 4th Dev Preview of Android N
Google today made Android N Developer Preview 4 available to developers and beta testers. Google says devices that are enrolled in the beta program should be able to update to the newest preview right away.