Sony Now Lets Anyone Make Their Own Remotes for Its Cameras

Sony announced on Tuesday another feature for its digital cameras that the company hopes will expand their adoption among professional photographers: a software development kit that allows third-party developers to create their own custom tools to remotely control and operate the cameras. Read More >>

This Tiny Robot Let’s You Play God With Huge AI

We were all quite excited a few weeks ago when Anki announced its plan to move beyond smartphone controlled cars and into emotionally intelligent robots. At the time of the announcement Anki indicated that it would release an SDK with the inclusion of Cozmo, but until now details on what that SDK were sparse. Now we know, and the SDK is so jam-packed with goodies it could turn Cozmo into the Commodore 64 of robotics: a device that changes how people interact with abstruse technology. Read More >>

Adobe SDK Broadens Creative Cloud Access

Adobe's new Software Development Kit will let developers access Creative Cloud features from third-party apps—so you can expect to see PhotoShop power in more than just Adobe software soon. Read More >>

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Google’s Wearables SDK Wants to Make Attached Tech More Useful

Google wants to make it easier for the tech companies of the world to build their various wearable technologies, with a custom SDK for Android-compatible wearable devices set to launch within the next couple of weeks. Read More >>

The Pebble SDK Is Out and Apps Aren’t Far Behind

The allure of having a smart watch like the Pebble is more than just having a watch with more display options: it's apps. Now, with the release of the Pebble SDK, the apps can start to flow. Read More >>

Pebble Watch SDK Due in April, Mario Magic Empowered

That image there is the sort of bonkers output you can expect to see on the displays of Pebble smartwatches very shortly, thanks to the massive Kickstarter winner set to launch an early version of its software development kit to the public next month. Read More >>

iOS Devs Now Have Access To Google’s Awesome Maps

Hot on the heels of Google Maps for iOS comes news that Google is releasing the SDK for iOS as well. What that means is that other app developers now have the option of integrating Google's vector-based maps into their own apps. Read More >>

Apple Is Rejecting Apps That Use Dropbox Functionality

PandoDaily reports that developers are complaining about the fact that third-party apps which use Dropbox's software development kit to integrate document storage are being rejected by Apple. Read More >>

The Ice Cream Sandwich SDK Is Now Live

On the heels of tonight's Galaxy Nexus announcement, Google has released the Android 4.0 SDK. The platform promises a bevy of new features for users and developers alike including extended sharing and social integration and unified calendars. You can download a copy of the SDK here. [Android Developers] Read More >>