One of the things that I loved the most this morning was hearing that they are going to moving forward on updating the Android runtime to the long awaited JellyBean 4.2.2. This is a huge step in the right direction, as I am a huge advocate of sideloaded apps.
The goal is to support Read the Rest of the story [...]
We recently told you about the Exynos4 security hole found by XDA Member alephzain. This is a security hole in the kernel that allows malicious code full access to all physical memory. XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire would have none Read the Rest of the story [...]
BlackBerry 10 Dev Relations
You always have to take survey results with a grain of salt if a company is paying for them but its good to see RIM is keeping an ear to the ground for developer sentiment. Awhile back I asked Alec Saunders how he measures success for his development relations team Read the Rest of the story [...]
Google (GOOG) in May of this year announced a new “try before you buy” period that Android developers could utilize for subscription content in Play Store apps. Although the option was announced nearly five months ago, it wasn’t until recently that developers could integrate it into their apps. Within Read the Rest of the story [...]