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Palm’s webOS 2.0 SDK Heading to Some Developers Today

Palm’s webOS 2.0 SDK Heading to Some Developers Today

When it comes to webOS, there's many who believe that the mobile Operating System developed by Palm is far from over and done with. Despite being available on only two devices, people expect good things to come out of HP's acquisition of the company. A good sign that things are still coming down the pipe broke cover today, as Palm has officially announced that the latest version of their SDK, for webOS 2.0, has now begun to find its way to some developers out there.

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Notion Ink Adam’s SDK Teased, Called Genesis

Notion Ink Adam’s SDK Teased, Called Genesis

When it comes to epic words, "Genesis" might be one of the bigger ones. Perhaps that's why Notion Ink have chosen that word to name their Software Developer Kit (SDK) that. Could be some other reason, but we like the whole "epic" idea. But, with the announcement of a price, especially in the face of all the set-backs, it's good to see Notion Ink moving forward. Especially on the software side of things. In any event, Notion Ink have sent out a mass email, to developers, to announce their new "Genesis" product.

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RIM get official on BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry 6 Java SDK

RIM get official on BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry 6 Java SDK

AT&T may have scooped RIM's BlackBerry Torch 9800 reveal, but the Canadian company is now filling in the meat of the OS 6 smartphone story.  We already know the quadband UMTS/HSPA smartphone is arriving on AT&T come August 12th, complete with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and WiFi b/g/n, but now we have full details on the BlackBerry 6 OS it'll be running, plus a new Java SDK to support the refreshed platform.

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SkypeKit SDK promises devs invisible Skype access for apps & hardware

SkypeKit SDK promises devs invisible Skype access for apps & hardware

Skype has announced a new SDK, SkypeKit, which will allow developers to embed VoIP and video call functionality into their applications and consumer electronics.  Part of the company's push to get more devices and more people using the service, SkypeKit is described as a "headless" Skype client, "that runs invisibly, not only on PCs, but also TVs, notebooks, and other connected devices."

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Facebook Android SDK Now Available to Developers

Facebook Android SDK Now Available to Developers

In the beginning, Facebook didn't have a very high perception of Google's mobile Operating System. And so, as they focused on the iPhone Operating System (OS), it wasn't a surprise for anyone. But then, out of nowhere, Facebook (finally) released an official application for Android, rightly entitled: Facebook for Android. And now, as a recent update finally allows messaging support with the app, Facebook is providing full details for developers to tie their Android native applications to the Facebook platform.

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Apple antitrust inquiry tipped over iPhone OS 4.0 SDK

Apple antitrust inquiry tipped over iPhone OS 4.0 SDK

Apple could soon be the subject of antitrust investigations, if rumors of an inquiry by either the Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission turn out to be true.  According to the NYPost, both watchdogs are currently negotiating as to which will take responsibility for looking into Apple's recently tightened iPhone OS development platform rules, which basically made it mandatory for coders to use the Cupertino company's own SDK rather than cross-platform-friendly tools.

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Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch Responds to Apple’s Latest iPhone SDK

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch Responds to Apple’s Latest iPhone SDK

By now you've heard about the ongoing war between Adobe and Apple. You've probably heard about it even if you live under a rock. It's everywhere, and as we expected, it didn't die down after the launch of the iPad. In fact, it seems to be getting worse after the announcement of iPhone OS 4.0. Especially when folks started navigating through the fine print and legal documentation, and we started to learn that Steve Jobs and company had begun a far stricter implementation of the rules for their SDK. More importantly, they tied the noose around Adobe's figurative neck a bit tighter.

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