23 août 2007

Mosh: Distribution Network For Long-Tail Content

By James Quintana Pearce - Wed 22 Aug 2007 08:43 AM PST I spoke to George Linardos, director of experience for Forum Nokia (NYSE:NOK) , about the new Mosh service which is currently in private beta. The main point to come out of the conversation is what Nokia intends with Mosh: "It's intended as a distribution channel first and foremost, we've gone back and forth at different points, is it a social network?" said Linardos. "Really it's intended to be a distribution channel for ... [Lire la suite]
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12 juin 2007

Apple Lets Developers Access IPhone Via Browser

At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Steve Jobs ended his keynote with a mention that developers would be able to create programs for the iPhone after all. “To maintain the security of the iPhone, Apple decided not to let developers write actual applications for the iPhone, but rather create Web 2.0 applications that run within the version of Safari included on the iPhone. Developers will be able to create applications for the iPhone by using programming tools like Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and taking... [Lire la suite]
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22 mai 2007

3D Mobile Games—A Discussion Of Its Worth

By James Quintana Pearce - Tue 22 May 2007 02:41 AM PST PocketGamer has a good article on 3D mobile games, the benefits and deficiencies of the technology. The article talks with Glu’s Chris White and Digital Chocolate’s Trip Hawkins about 3D games on mobiles, which haven’t really taken off—probably because of the increased development cost and smaller potential user base. White also pointed out that if a company creates a 3D game it normally creates the same game for lower-end handsets which still... [Lire la suite]
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08 mai 2007

Sun Plans Renewed Mobile Java Effort

By James Quintana Pearce - Tue 08 May 2007 12:16 AM PST At the JavaOne conference Sun Microsystems plans to announce a new Java-tied scripting language called JavaFX Script, which is “a simpler scripting language for writing applications on Java-equipped desktop PCs and handheld devices”, reports CNet. Sun is attempting to revive interest in Java for rich internet application development, with the script being more productive and easier than Java, and aimed at consumers and individuals rather than ... [Lire la suite]
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15 février 2007

comment « adapter votre site Web à la navigation mobile »

Actualités W3C/MWI : découvrez comment « adapter votre site Web à la navigation mobile » !                   Deux nouveaux outils pour vous permettre de vérifier dans quelle mesure vos pages Web sont conformes aux Meilleures pratiques 1.0.                    Deux outils sont désormais à votre disposition pour vous permettre de vérifier dans quelle mesure vos pages Web sont conformes aux meilleures pratiques... [Lire la suite]
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09 janvier 2007

Create the best Java game for the new Samsung

January 2007 2007 Samsung Game Development Contest Create the best Java game for the new Samsung D900 and win cash prizes! If your game is selected for the Grand Prize, you'll win $20,000! Second and third place runners-up will be awarded $15,000 and $10,000 respectively. How it works:
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