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DIY computer kits, smart refrigerators, and other devices from CES 2017: Day 2

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) continued in Las Vegas today, and while there was a clear interest in self-driving and autonomous cars, there was also still a fair share of drones, virtual reality, IoT and wearable technology to see. (Related: What happened at CES on day 1) Here are some of the most interesting and … continue reading

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Pebble migrates to Fitbit, Cisco’s plans to end Intercloud Services, and ANTLR 4.6 released—SD Times news digest: Dec. 16, 2016

Pebble has detailed what will happen to its software and services now that it has become a part of the Fitbit family. Fitbit will keep Pebble’s software and services running through 2017. The elements that will remain in service include the Pebble SDK, CloudPebble, Timeline APIs, firmware availability, mobile apps, the developer portal, and the … continue reading

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Report: Wearables need to be more rewarding

Wearables are giving businesses new opportunities for innovation, but in order to be truly successful, they have to go beyond the hype and provide users more capabilities. A recent report revealed interest in wearables is waning because they aren’t valuable enough to users. In Gartner’s user survey analysis, the organization found the abandonment rate for … continue reading

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Google App Maker, Nokia and HPE team up on IoT, and Apple’s drone initiative—SD Times news digest: Dec. 1, 2016

Google is joining the low-code movement with its new release of App Maker. App Maker is the company’s low-code app development solution designed to help business users develop and deploy custom made apps. “App Maker makes it easy for IT or even citizen developers (including analysts and system administrators) to quickly iterate from a prototype … continue reading

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SD Times Blog: Apple has lost its way

OK, Apple, we get it. You want to converge your product lines into one iOS brand, with one operating system and only two or three lines of products: iPhones, iPads, and iDesktops. This is clearly the vision that Jobs was going for, and it’s an obvious goal on the road map to Apple’s future. Problem … continue reading

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Eyefluence joins Google, report finds smartwatch market decline, and Capriza introduces universal micro apps product—SD Times news digest: Oct. 25, 2016

Eyefluence, a company known for its eye-interaction technology, is joining the Google team. According to a blog post by Michelle Hodgden, marketing manager at Eyefluence, the company has been building advanced eye-interaction technology, and has found ways to interact with augmented and virtual reality displays. With Google, its team can continue to advance eye-interaction technology … continue reading

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Pebble OS 4.0’s JavaScript access, Google DeepMind tackles cancer, and SecurityScorecard partners with Columbia University—SD Times news digest: Aug. 31, 2016

The Pebble SDK 4.0 has extended access to its open JavaScript developer platform so developers can easily create new apps. Pebble OS 4.0 was released for Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel and Pebble Time Round yesterday. While Rocky.js is still in beta, developers can begin creating watch faces in JavaScript using standard web APIs that … continue reading

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SD Times Blog: When wearables go bad

It’s no secret Intel has had trouble gaining a foothold in the mobile device market. The company was issued a major blow last week when its Basis Peak smartwatch brand had to recall all of its devices due to overheating. The overheating in question resulted in burns on the user’s wrist. Josh Walden, senior vice … continue reading

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The challenges of building wearable devices

Wearables TechCon in San Jose this week is playing host to vibrant discussions of the challenges and opportunities in wearable devices and the Internet of Things. From the Apple Watch to the Fitbit, developers were on hand to discuss the next generation of wearable technology. (BZ Media, the publisher of SD Times, produces Wearables TechCon.) … continue reading

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Google releases Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 2

Developers can start preparing for the upcoming release of Android Wear. Google is launching the second version of the Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview in order to give developers early access and a head start on their apps. The first developer preview was released early this year at Google I/O. Since then, the company said … continue reading

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Researchers develop new bug-finding technique, Nike open-sources software, and Google potentially developing Android Wear devices—SD Times news digest: July 7, 2016

Bug-finding software can determine if there are potential vulnerabilities in computer programs, but there is no way to figure out how many go unnoticed. Researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering collaborated with the MIT Lincoln Laboratory and Northeastern University to take a new approach to this problem. The technique intentionally adds … continue reading

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Reordering issues in GitHub, SUSE joins Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance, and Twistlock announces US$10 million in series A funding—SD Times news digest: July 6, 2016

At GitHub, developers can now reorder issues and pull requests, and indicate priority by moving them higher or lower down their list. For developers, this is an easy way to indicate which milestones or labels in GitHub a teammate should focus on first. After a developer has grouped issues and pull requests within a milestone, they … continue reading

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