Tag: developer

Gadgets, Networking

Report: A developer’s checklist for deploying the internet of things

January 30, 2017

Via: Gigaom

The “things” in the “internet of things” (IoT) encompass a wide range of devices: sensors and sensor arrays like the Nest and SmartThings, wearables like the Pebble smart watch and Google Glass, and embedded technologies like Tesla and Ford’s Smart […]


There are hidden iPad keyboards in iOS 10.3 that Apple won’t let you use

January 26, 2017

Via: Mashable

There’s one thing you can always count on when Apple releases a new beta version of iOS: Developers digging through its code in search of new features. As always developer Steve Troughton-Smith was quick to discover there are two hidden […]


Developer unveils unused one-handed iPhone keyboard in iOS system code, activated by edge swipes

October 21, 2016

Via: 9to5Mac

Prolific Apple hacker/developer Steve Troughton-Smith last night posted on Twitter that he has found a one-handed mode for the iPhone keyboard, hacking the iOS Simulator to demo the unreleased feature as shown above. The code has apparently been in the system since iOS 8 but is yet […]

Android, Gadgets

Android Wear 2.0 delayed, developer preview update allows watch-only apps

September 30, 2016

Via: Pocket Now

The developer preview program for Android Wear 2.0 has been extended through early next year. Why? We don’t know. Android won’t tell us. But it did release Developer Preview 3 for users to load up on and there’s one big […]

iOS, iPhone

Key Apple hire will help it stay a step ahead of the FBI

February 26, 2016

Via: Boy Genius

Apple is currently locked in a major fight with the FBI that has big implications for the future of mobile security and privacy. We’ve also been hearing that Apple is working to make an “unhackable” iPhone in the future that […]


One month until Microsoft Build 2015: What to expect

March 31, 2015

Via: itCurated

So, it is quite possible you did not know this, but Microsoft’s Build 2015 developer conference is just a month away. Registration quietly opened up (and sold out) in January, and the news out of Redmond has been rather controlled. […]