The UK Government will be examining whether free to download apps are putting unfair pressure on kids to pay up for additional content within the game through in-app purchases.
Google has updated its AdMob SDK for iOS and has deprecated UDID access to comply with Apple’s privacy policies.
SUSE developers have released Icecream 1.0.0 – a tool similar to that of distcc – after being in development for more than a decade.
Mozilla has developed a payment service API to support app purchases in Firefox OS and has released a draft version allowing app developers to process payments.
WebKit developers have already started pondering and discussing removal of Chrome and Chromium specific code from the browser engine in a bid to make the code easier to maintain.
Mozilla and Samsung engineers have teamed up to develop a new web-browser engine, dubbed Servo, which according to the companies is meant for modern hardware and is designed to cater to today’s browsing needs.
Developers rejoice as HTC has now announced the Developer Edition of its highly anticipated HTC One. This developer edition will come with some added features which includes unlocked bootloader, unlocked SIM, open APIs for Bluetooth Low Energy, Infrared and more with 64GB of internal storage.
Recently open sourced Zend Optimizer+ will be integrated into the still being developed PHP 5.5 it has been revealed.
Ouya has announced that digital storefront is now open for developers. Ouya will be shipped to the Kickstarter backers on March 28 and the developers who will upload the game to Ouya’s servers from today will find their games presented to Ouya backers on launch day.
Ubuntu Developer Summits Community Manager Jono Bacon has announced that the bi-annual events, which were held at different locations like Brussels, Oakland, Copenhagen will be replaced by online events by moving to the cloud.