Sprint Launches Open SDK for Developers
Today Sprint announced a new initiative with the hopes of convincing more developers to create mobile applications for Sprint devices. The open software platform is a standards-based mobile Java ecosystem that can help developers extend desktop computing and Web 2.0 features to Sprint phones. The platform supports MIDP Java ME applications and adds the CDC/Foundation Java Virtual Machine and OSGi framework. The platform also includes APIs to give developers access to Sprint-specific device features, such as location, messaging and multimedia. The Sprint Titan platform will be released first, supporting development for Sprint's Windows Mobile devices.
Lumia 950 is Microsoft's Flagship Windows 10 Phone
Oct 6, 2015
Microsoft today announced the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, its own flagship phones for its new OS, Windows 10. The phones support Windows Continuum for an optional full Windows Desktop experience when connected to a desktop monitor.
Qualcomm Drops New Snapdragon 845 Virtual Reality SDK with Eye Tracking
Mar 21, 2018
Qualcomm today announced a new software development kit for the Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR Platform. Qualcomm believes this new SDK will give developers the power they need to create next-generation virtual reality experiences.
AT&T Says Edge Computing to Power 5G Experiences
Jul 18, 2017
AT&T hopes taking advantage of numerous, local data centers will enable the low-latency, high-speed features of 5G. The company is exploring a model called edge computing in order to balance the power needs of mobile devices with those of data center number crunching.
Google's ML Kit Lets Any App Put Machine Learning to Work
May 8, 2018
Google today announced ML Kit, a new SDK that will allow developers to add machine learning to their own applications. ML Kit gives developers access to five ready-to-use APIs: text recognition, face detection, barcode scanning, image labeling, and landmark recognition.