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Facebook SDK 3.0 For iOS Now Available

Apple made waves when they announced that Facebook would be deeply integrated into iOS 6. To compliment the newfound integration, Facebook announced that they were working on a new SDK for iOS developers. It would improve upon the current SDK while allowing room for iOS 6 improvements as they are made available. After a successful beta period, the SDK is …

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Facebook Finally Gives Us An Update On Its New iOS SDK

If you recall, Facebook teased us a few weeks back about the new iOS SDK. The tease was only a paragraph long and contained no details whatsoever. It seemed kind of pointless, but all that waiting has finally paid off with the real announcement of SDK 3.0 beta for iOS. The Facebook development team wants to stress that the latest …

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Want To Build Google Drive Apps? Watch This Video

Among all the product announcements and app updates from Google I/O, it’s easy to forget the developers. The people at Google I/O are there to learn. Those who couldn’t afford tickets or just weren’t fast enough to grab some will have to settle for YouTube videos. Google Drive is one of the more exciting products that Google is building up …

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Microsoft Developers Can Now Access the SmartGlass SDK

Microsoft’s new SmartGlass technology was met with a collective “meh” at the company’s big E3 press conference. The technology is what Microsoft hopes will make the Xbox the heart of customers’ media center. It works to display relevant information on smartphones and tablets about what is on the TV screen. The best use of the technology that has been shown …

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Apple Announcement: Apple TV Absent From WWDC 2012

Apple announcement today included a ton of cool stuff, including a brand new line of MacBooks, a host of snazzy new features in iOS 6, and the integration of Siri with certain automobiles. What it didn’t include, much to the horror of fans across the entire planet, was the iPhone 5. Another gadget that didn’t make it onto the stage …

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Facebook Updates Its JavaScript SDK

Last week’s Operation Developer Love was a little disappointing as it contained no updates. At least it meant that there was nothing bad happening under the hood on Facebook and no major changes that developers needed to worry about. That all changes this week with Facebook announcing one major update to the platform. Over the next few weeks, Facebook will …

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Google Explains AdMob Publisher And Mediation IDs

If you recall, Google released the Google AdMob 6.0 SDK last week. It brought with it a number of new features and upgrades to the existing SDK. Overall, it was a great release, but Google has found that some people are confused over one of the new features – mediation IDs. To help explain this new AdMob ID, the company …

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Google Releases New AdMob SDK

We brought a story this morning of a team who is now making $1,000 a day from using Microsoft’s pubCenter. While the story was more indicative of the success one can find on Microsoft’s mobile platform; the other lesson can not be ignored – mobile advertising has become increasingly important for app creators. To that end, Google has released version …

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CryEngine 3.4.0 Now Available, DX11 Features Expanded

Regardless of what you think of CryTek’s games, you have to admit that their engine, CryEngine 3, makes games look really pretty. While Epic just recently updated their Unreal Engine 3, CryTek has seen fit to fire back with the release of version 3.4.0. While the release of a new version of an SDK might not be big news to …

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Bing Maps Announces SDK For Metro Style Apps

The Bing Team announced today that they’re releasing beta version of a new tool for developers that will allow them to improve the quality of apps written in Microsoft’s design language, Metro. Bing Maps SDK for Metro style apps will enable developers to add the latest road maps, bird’s-eye views, and low-angle high-res images to their apps. The announcement comes …

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Kinect For Windows Launches Today

Kinect for Windows launched today – pause for celebration. Now that the celebration is over, we can get into the stuff that really matters on the Kinect for Windows front – software. Over on the Microsoft blog, the Kinect team detailed changes being made to the beta 2 SDK that will move the Kinect software up to version 1.0. As …

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