Google app contest winners show what Project Tango can do
Google is showing what Project Tango's depth-sensing technology can do by announcing the winners of an app contest.
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Microsoft HoloLens reaches developers in early 2016 for $3,000
Microsoft's holographic computing headset reaches developers in the first quarter of next year.
Google gives your Android apps more room to breathe
Google is doubling the size limit for Play Store app downloads, and that could mean a lot for the quality of the software you get.
Amazon lets anyone put Alexa voice control in their devices
Amazon has released a developer preview of its Alexa Voice Service technology that people can load onto their own mic-and-speaker devices.
Twitter's Flight developer conference returns on October 21
Twitter's second annual developer conference will be in October but will there be a new CEO for the keynote?
Twitter rethinks its war against developers
For the past three years, Twitter has sent third-party developers not-so-subtle clues that they're...
DJI's experimental drone will help prevent collisions
DJI has just made its UAV platform a lot more developer-friendly with a new test drone and collisi...
Valve starts handing out HTC's VR headset to developers
If you're one of the fortunate few software developers to have scored HTC's Vive virtual reality h...