Win $20,000 Devs Can't Wait to Enter "It Can Wait" Free Food & Caffeine 9/7-9/8 Los Angeles

IT Can Wait

IT Can WaitAT&T is challenging developers to create mobile apps that present a real solution to the texting while driving epidemic—which causes more than 100,000 automotive accidents every year—by inviting them to participate in an “It Can Wait” Hackathon in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sept. 7-8, 2012.

AT&T will provide quick presentations and code samples that help to bootstrap your hacking, food to keep you going, and caffeine to keep you awake. Along with technical senseis to assist you in building faster, smarter, and with new tools.

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Olympic Website Mobile-Ready 2 Go Cloud Tested for Golden Moments

London Mobile Test

London Mobile TestAn American firm, Mountain View based SOASTA was chosen by the London Organizing Committee to make sure the official London 2012 website is ready for the millions visits and massive web traffic.

The official London 2012 website will be one of the most visited websites on the planet during the three-week games, with Olympic events,  athlete pages, venues and real-time updated Olympics data, statistics and news.

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Get Samsung Galaxy S3(S III) Android Code B4 Rlease Dates AT&T & T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung Galaxy S IIIAndroid developers can be ready for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S III if they work their fingers quickly because now they have access to the source code for this Samsung Galaxy S III for T-Mobile and AT&T.

This is good news for both developers and users because now programs can be developed for the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung wants developers to develop for its new phabulous phablets because it helps Samsung compete against the iPhone. Samsung has made available the core files needed for developers to develop apps for the Samsung Galaxy S3.

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BlackBerry 10 Ready for Devs with Free Alpha BlackBerry Jam

BlakcBerry 10

BlakcBerry 10At BlackBerry World this week, RIM launched the new BlackBerry 10 Platform and released a developer toolkit for native and HTML5 software development.  The company is luring developers for when BlackBerry smartphones and the PlayBook launch with BlackBerry 10, later this year.

The toolkit  includes support for HTML5 application developers with the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK, allowing them to create native-like applications using common web programming technologies.

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