Monthly Archive:: May 2010

Nokia Developer Summit

The Nokia Developer Summit is held in conjunction with Nokia World. As Nokia’s biggest event, this offers you new opportunities to meet professionals from every part of the mobile industry. You’ll also find big-name guest speakers, business streams, and an Experience Lounge packed with the very latest products, services and solutions.You will learn first-hand from

Android gets social (and beats the iPhone): official Facebook SDK released!

Today, and after unveiling it at Google I/O, Facebook released its official Facebook SDK for the Android platform. With the current release Android developers can finally transform their apps into social gateways. Specifically, these are the features built into this first SDK release: Strong authentication using OAuth 2.0 Making requests to the new Graph API

Firefox Home, an iPhone app

The app is called Firefox Home, and it gives iPhone users instant access to their Firefox browsing history, bookmarks and the set of tabs from their most recent browser session. What’s more, it provides Firefox “Awesome Bar” capability that enables people to get to their favorite web sites with minimal typing. Firefox Home provides an

PacketVideo looking for Mobile Web software engineers in San Diego

PacketVideo, the brand behind some of the most widely adopted and used mobile multimedia solutions, is currently looking for two Mobile Web software engineers in San Diego. Job scope is: Design, implement and optimize portable multimedia Web 2.0 clients for mobile devices according to detailed user interface specifications. Implement asynchronous interfaces for client-server interaction About

Adobe AIR for Android available Now!

Adobe recently announced the public availability of the Adobe AIR for Android Developer Prerelease program. Any designer or developer interested in building Android applications using the Flash Platform is welcome to join this program to get access to the beta SDK. At Google I/O Vic Gundotra, Google VP Engineering announced Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR

Mobile Augmented Reality Applications

As many of you know Nokia is focused on emergin technologies and news, there is a project inside the research web site of Nokia related to the augmented reality that looks to me very interesting. The Mobile Augmented Reality Applications project (MARA) explores utilizing camera equipped mobile devices as platforms for sensor-based, video see-through mobile