Samsung announces Bada 2.0 SDK. New features for developers, same old for consumers.

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Microsoft’s Kinect controller has been a tremendous hit. The Kinect controller is not only being used for gaming, but it’s also being used by hackers on personal computers to create really cool applications. Microsoft saw this as an opportunity for increasing its sales, and has announced that it will release a Kinect SDK for free use.

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Android 3.0 Honeycomb may have been aimed only at Tablets according to Google. However, this has not stopped the developers to port the Honeycomb SDK to some popular Android running handsets.

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During the CES 2011, Google’s latest version of Android meant for tablets – Honeycomb – grabbed the limelight with its awesome UI and features. Now, today Google has released an Android 3.0 Honeycomb platform preview along with an updated SDK.

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The new SDK, which they are calling SkypeKit, has a full voice and video call support along with IM through Skype network. The SDK is available as a closed beta.

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Facebook has announced the release of the beta version of the Facebook SDK for Android today with Strong authentication using OAuth 2.0 as an important feature.

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Android 2.2 Froyo

Download the new Android 2.2 Froyo SDK and NDK to develop apps for the latest Google Android mobile operating system.

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The SDK being called the Kindle Development Kit will be available as a limited beta next month. The SDK will include a programming interfaces, tools and a documentation to help the app development process.

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