Thursday, February 24, 2011

GameSpy Technology opens cross-platform services to all

All Game Makers Now Have Immediate, Free Access to GameSpy Technology’s Multiplatform Online Game Services and APIs.

Starting February 25, GameSpy Technology give everyone complete and open access to the company’s entire catalog of connected game services across all platforms, including PC, Mac, consoles as well as iOS and Android platforms. GameSpy Technology is allowing up-and-coming game developers to tap into the same technology powering over one thousand of the biggest games ever made, including Red Dead Redemption, Bulletstorm, Crysis 2 and cross-platform indie hit Dungeon Defenders. This is the first time that truly cross platform AAA development services have ever been offered to developers for no initial cost.


Global Android Activations, Oct '08 - Jan '11

Data visualization of global Android device activations from October 2008 to January 2011.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Final Android 3.0 is here!

Android 3.0 is now available for the Android SDK. It offers a redesigned UI and all new developer APIs for an optimized experience on tablets and similar devices. For more information about what's in Android 3.0, read the version notes.
If you have an existing SDK, add Android 3.0 as an SDK component. If you're new to Android, install the SDK starter package.

know more: Final Android 3.0 Platform and Updated SDK Tools

Monday, February 21, 2011

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Xperia PLAY - Kim Alstrom, Senior Manager Software

What kind of gaming performance can you expect from the Xperia ™ PLAY? Kim Alstrom gives you the low down.

Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY. Android is ready to play

Introducing the World's first Sony PlayStation certified smartphone, the new Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Android 2.3.3 is now available for the Android SDK, more NFC!

Android 2.3.3 is now available for the Android SDK. This update adds new NFC capabilities for developers, such as the ability to write to tags and create peer-to-peer connections.

Android 2.3.3 is a small feature release that includes a new API level, 10. Going forward, we expect most devices shipping with an Android 2.3 platform to run Android 2.3.3 (or later). For an overview of the API changes, see the Android 2.3.3 Version Notes. The Android 2.3.3 SDK platform for development and testing is available through the Android SDK Manager.


Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Think Mobile event for mobile marketers

Looking to reach out to your customers on mobile? Join the live streamed discussion on February 10th, 1:05pm EST with Mary Meeker, Partner at Kleiner Perkins, Google’s Dennis Woodside, SVP of Americas Operations, and Jason Spero, Head of Americas Mobile Advertising on the future of mobile and mobile marketing. To learn more about the event and live stream, please visit the Google Mobile Ads blog.