An interesting announcement coming from the folks over at Twitch.tv, this week. The service has launched a new Software Development Kit for iOS (and Android), that has been designed specifically to allow for the live-streaming of games being played on mobile devices – to others on the network.
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As we await the kick-off of this year’s South By Southwest – a set of film, interactive music festivals and conferences, that take place every spring in Austin, Texas, (and which will, this month, include the first-ever iTunes Festival to be held in the U.S), a number of nominees for …
“Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans,” company spokeswoman Kristin Huguet told Re/code. The response is thought to address a recent report from TechCrunch, that heavily suggested the Cupertino-based firm had acquired Burstly.
On the heels of a period, last week, during which the service became completely unavailable and caused those who had apps they were waiting to submit to the App Store for approval forced to postpone this activity until issues were resolved, Apple has this week revealed a major update to …
Continuing to ramp up the frequency with which it issues its OS X software builds, Apple has this morning seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 (Build 13C62) to developers.
The gradual conversion of physical and tactile buttons – to touch-based surfaces, now present on both our tablets and smartphones, will almost certainly go down in history as one of the most significant shifts in technology that occurred during the 21st century.
Nowadays, there are many services that allow you create a website with little to no effort. WordPress, for example, arguably the most-popular web content creation platform, currently powers 75,262,365 sites (worldwide) – including this one.
Accompanying iOS 7.1 (Beta 5) on the Apple Developer Center, tonight, is a new update for the Apple TV. Apple TV Software (Beta 5) is again likely to be the last beta we’ll see of the software designed for the company’s TV-connected box, before it’s eventual public release – later …
Seeding what is likely to be the last build of iOS 7.1 to developers, before the software’s pegged public release – next month, Apple has tonight made available the 5th Beta of the software update for those registered in the ADC.
Those patiently awaiting the release and launch of the Pebble App Store, will be pleased to learn that the “public” release of the software is all but set. The company has this morning seeded Pebble SDK 2.0-RC, which marks the “Release Candidate” – (and thus, final version of the software) …
Alongside the seeding of OS X 10.9.2 (13C44), Apple is this weekend also making available the second seed of its planned update to its web browser – Safari.
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule for the software, Apple has today released a new version of its upcoming update for OS X Mavericks to developers. The update carries build number “13C44” – versus OS X 10.9.2 (13C39), which was seeded to developers – last week.
Apple has tonight seeded the first build of the next planned update to OS X Server. The software, designed to run on systems which act in a server environment, carries the build number ‘12S4076f’ and cites the recently released OS X 10.9.2 (Beta) as an installation requirement.
Seeded all-but simultaneously with iOS 7.1 (Beta 4), Apple is tonight also making a new version of the software designed to run on its Apple TV, available for download from its Developer Center.
Apple has tonight seeded a new version of its upcoming update for those running its iOS 7 operating system, to its registered developers. iOS 7.1 (Beta 4) carries the new build number ‘11D5134c’ and was seeded to members of the ADC shortly after 10AM PT – this morning.