Apple is reportedly rejecting apps for inclusion in its App Store because they use Dropbox's software development kit.
Apple seems to be doing very well with Intel processors in its MacBook range. But a recently published academic paper reveals that Apple was, at one point, attempting to port its operating system to work with ARM processors.
Here's some good news if you like to tinker with creating Android apps in your spare time: submit one to the BlackBerry App World before February 13th, and you can get a free Playbook. That's another great sign that RIM is doing well, eh?
While most people just want their devices to work so that they can do stuff, some people love tinkering with operating systems. Until now, the tablet sector's been ripe for hacking, but there hasn't been anything that's truly open-source and easy to fiddle with from the get-go. This Spark tablet puts that straight.
After demonstrating that an app can download malicious code after being accepted into the App Store, developer Charlie Miller found out that his iOS developer credentials were pulled by Apple.
If you're impatient like I am, you want Facebook's new Timeline right now, not in a few weeks. Fortunately, all you need to do is become a developer and you're good to go.
How's your Friday the 13th? It's probably going better than James Thomson's, whose legal woes are playing out in real time over Twitter today.
This was an absolutely packed keynote! Check out what Google has in store for it's users.
Looks like iOS 4.3 Beta is now available for download in the iOS Developer Center along with some pre-release Apple TV software. We'll be taking a look and letting you know what's new since the last beta shortly. [Apple]
Looks like iOS 4.2 has left the beta stage and gone gold master. The GM is available to iPhone developers now and we'll let you know if we spot anything exciting or new soon. [Apple]
Google is being quite generous and handing out 10,000 free Google TV units to developers in hopes of encouraging "websites that have been built with the TV screen in mind."
Looks like iOS 4.2 Beta 3 is now available for download in the iOS Developer Center. We'll be taking a look and letting you know what's new since the last beta shortly. [Apple]