Posts Tagged ‘developer’
  • Geeky-Gadgets iPhone app finally approved. Long waits, multiple rejections, and stupid reasoning aplomb.
    by Mike
    Posted December 30th, 2009 at 1:53 pm
    Travel back in time inside your mind to November 25th when we touched on fellow tech blogger Geeky-Gadgets' less than stellar interaction with the App Store and the mindless idiots who run it. November 4th: App Submitted / November 25th app rejected If you remember, the original Geeky-Gadgets app that was submitted on November 4th was rejected because of the contest category and some BS rule in the iPhone SDK that prohibits including or linking to such things. "Fair enough" said Ronald, e...
  • Chrome to have 500+ extensions by weekend. Chrome for Mac gaining extension support as well.
    by Mike
    Posted December 10th, 2009 at 6:41 am
    Are you an plugin person? Users of Firefox no doubt know about and/or use one or many of the countless plugins available for Mozilla's mobile crawler. Everything from easily finding torrents to listing email messages in the browser title bar can be had with these browser add-ons. On the Google/Chrome side, end users have been clamoring for plugins ("extensions" on Google's side) since the browsers release a little over a year ago. As is customary, Google has been working at break neck pace, ...
  • Another iPhone dev bites the dust. Rouge Amoeba calls it quits.
    by Mike
    Posted November 13th, 2009 at 8:31 am
    Think Facebook's Joe Hewitt giving up on iPhone development was a one time thing? At the very l east it's a ground rule double as Rouge Amoeba has announced that they too are ceasing iPhone development on account of Apple's App Store policies. What exactly did Rouge Amoeba make? Their iPhone baby, Airfoil Speakers Touch 1.0 allows iPhone/iPod Touch users to pick up broadcasted audio from their Mac or Pc. A handy app no doubt. After they released the first version, the realized that ther...
  • HTC gives Hero/Android kernel away. Developers cry a tear of happiness.
    by Mike
    Posted October 22nd, 2009 at 7:57 pm
    It seems HTC is looking to make good on Android's open roots. While certain manufacturers try everything in their power (and epic fail it everytime) to stop the public from tweaking the code as they see fit, HTC is taking a more friendly "let's be friends" approach. Such a partnership will make happy developers whom will intern make happy users. It's a nice fluffy bunny hugging circle. So far, the few manufacturers who have really tweaked Android such as HTC with Sense, Motorola with BLUR, a...
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    Gadgetsteria is going to CES 2010! We plan on flooding the site with so much digital euphoria it’ll make your eyes puke. So make sure to bookmark us and stay glued to GS Jan 5th-10th!

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