POSTS TAGGED: xda:devcon
Posted October 12, 2014 at 06:00 pm by Jimmy McGee
This year’s xda:devcon has come and gone. XDA TV Producer Jordan was in attendance. He got the devcon experience and is sharing it with you. Jordan talks about some of the great talks and the event as a whole. He talks about his whole expierence.
If you missed the event and wanted to get a bbrief synopsis of what happened, you can check out this video. We will be uploading the session videos we took over the next few weeks. Of course if you couldn’t make it to xda:devcon, maybe you can catch up with XDA and XDA TV at this years Big Android BBQ. If you haven’t already purchased a ticket you can save 20% with Discount Code “XDA”. Pull up a chair and check out this video.. . . READ ON »
Posted October 8, 2014 at 12:00 am by jerdog
It seems like just yesterday we were picking Manchester, UK as the location for xda:devcon ’14, and like only hours ago we all arrived to begin setting up. Now with almost a week gone from the event, I thought it time to reflect on the great time we had.
Friday was a flurry of activity as we arrived at the hotel and started getting the Sponsors sorted with their locations, and the early registrations hooked up with their badges and loot bags (with a few of them ending up quite full by the end of the weekend). In the evening we had a great time with all the attendees at the Welcome Reception. The word on the street was that a lot of fun was had by members of the Community into the wee hours of the morning, so I am sure if you che. . . READ ON »
Posted September 25, 2014 at 07:00 am by Pulser_G2
It’s now approaching the weekend of xda:devcon ’14, XDA’s second annual developer conference. This year the event is taking place in Manchester, United Kingdom. The venue is ready, the speakers are primed, and everyone here at XDA looks forward to welcoming you to the event.
The team organising xda:devcon will be tweeting from the event using the dedicated devcon Twitter account.We suggest you follow it – word on the street is that this account will let you know of some exclusive giveaways taking place throughout the weekend, only announced to this account’s Twitter followers!
Posted September 18, 2014 at 12:00 am by jerdog
With xda:devcon ’14 just around the corner, and the venue close to selling out, there is a lot of excitement building here at XDA. We have some amazing things lined up, from over $10,000 in giveaways to an amazing group of sponsors. Add to that a fantastic line up of speakers presenting on everything from Wearables and IoT to Android OS Development to Alternative OS’s (like Jolla, Firefox and Ubuntu Touch), and WOW do have we a lot in store for you!
Our event staff have been working tirelessly to make sure that those attending get the most out of the event. With that in mind, we wanted to unveil our schedule for xda:devcon ’14.
Check-in at the Conference Center is available early on Friday, Septe. . . READ ON »
Posted August 23, 2014 at 04:30 am by jerdog
By now you’ve definitely heard about XDA’s annual xda:devcon set for September 26-28 in Manchester, UK. What you may not know is that you have until the end of August to get the special rate we’ve negotiated with the conference venue, the Park Inn Radisson, at an amazing price. That means the discounted hotel rate, a savings of almost 40%, will expire, along with our special conference package including the hotel room AND the conference ticket, a savings of 10% off of the combined package. Once that happens you will need to purchase both your hotel room and the conference ticket separately at their regular prices.
Now don’t fret, you still have time to take advantage of the speci. . . READ ON »
Posted August 10, 2014 at 02:00 am by jerdog
Some might say that the mobile marketplace is quite saturated with OEMs out there trying to make a dent. Others might also say that there are still segments which are untapped and forgotten by the larger OEMs. Marketplace newcomer Spur, a brand of Epitomical Limited, would be one of the latter. The brand represents the public face of a technology and design company that is deeply committed to inspiring both young and old, enabling education to the masses and promoting innovation. Their desire is to deliver Smartphones, Tablets and accessories at a fraction of the cost of the market while still bringing a full service offering to their customers.
Inspired by the maker movement, Epitomical was born i. . . READ ON »
Posted August 9, 2014 at 12:30 am by jerdog
Here at XDA, we enjoy seeing new companies enter the mobile world, and even more so when they desire to reach out to the development community. Epson, the long-time printer company, recently released the world’s first app-enabled label printer, the Labelworks LW-600P. Compatible with a variety of unique tapes (glow-in-the-dark, satin ribbon, iron-on, fluorescent, cable wrap, polka dot, and more), the LW-600P opens up a world of label-making possibilities that go beyond simple adhesive labels.
In addition to the hardware, Epson also has launched a developer’s program allowing for the creation of third-party apps to enhance the experience of the LW-600P for any label making need. The Ep. . . READ ON »
Posted August 8, 2014 at 02:00 am by jerdog
Ubuntu, founded in 2004, has a long heritage as the most popular Linux desktop and cloud platform in the world, but in early 2013 they announced their foray into the mobile platform, followed quickly by their announcement of Ubuntu Touch. While it’s been a long road, Ubuntu has committed themselves to delivering on this platform with the plan to create a single, convergent Operating System that works across phones, tablets, TVs, and desktops. We were excited to have them sponsor xda:devcon ’13, and are ecstatic to have them back for xda:devcon ’14.
Posted August 1, 2014 at 09:00 pm by jerdog
Over the years, much has been made about MediaTek not being open to the development community and not adhering to the GPLv2 requirements with regards to the Linux kernel. Recently, MediaTek has come around to understand that the development community has a wealth of resources to help an OEM grow and better their products, and their recent announcement that they were going to be opening up was a welcome bit of news.
In their continued endeavor to embrace the community, we are pleased to announce that MediaTek is sponsoring xda:devcon ’14 as a Senior Recognized Sponsor. Xda:devcon ’14 is being held in Manchester, UK on September 26-28. MediaTek will have information around their cutting. . . READ ON »