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Evernote opens up 2nd annual Devcup competition

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I doubt there's any developer (or any one, for that matter) that wouldn't mind some extra money. To that end, I present to you Evernote's second annual Devcup competition, put together by Evernote to encourage brainstorming and development using Evernote's own API, with $100,000 in prizes available.

Devs In Poland, Israel, Mexico, And The Czech Republic Can Now Sell Apps On Google Play

googleplayWhile Android users in Czech, Israel, Poland, and Mexico have been happily buying apps from Google Play for some time now, up till today, devs in these countries haven't been quite so lucky. In fact, they haven't been able to publish any apps -unless they were free.

Google Pushes Source Code Of Android 4.0.4 (IMM76D) Into AOSP

aospSource code for Android 4.0.4 (AOSP tag android-4.0.4_r1.1), the latest incremental update with "a few hundred changes over 4.0.3," is being pushed to AOSP (Android Open Source Project) as we speak by JBQ, one of AOSP's main sourcerers (yes, I just made that word up).
This is excellent news for any ROM developers compiling their ROMs from AOSP (such as CyanogenMod) - chances are 4.0.4-based ROMs will start appearing very soon, maybe even tonight. Oh, and, of course, it's even more excellent news for custom ROM users (raise you hands).

Earlier today, official 4.0.4 updates got pushed out to the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi and the GSM Nexus S. Hopefully, we'll be seeing a lot more of these official updates in the coming days - JBQ has only given us the standard disclaimer:

[Video] Bugzi 3.0 update released, promo and tutorial videos included

bugzillaBugzi is the result of mixing Android and Bugzilla. His duty is to give a hand to developers in remote work. If you use Bugzilla and have an Android device check out the app! You can sort and filter bugs, or you can file a new one while being away. Maybe reassigning is the fastest way to solve a problem, when you are not there with your team.

Version 3.0 was released in February, and the next version is on the way.
Bugzi has a Lite and a Pro edition. Lite is read only, but you can edit, file and comment bugs with the Pro. Checking out is highly recommended for Bugzilla user developers.

‘moFlow’ - A Ground Breaking Social Mobile Games Engine for iOS and Android

taggamesTag Games today announced that it has used its ground-breaking ‘moFlow’ games engine technology to instantly convert the critically acclaimed iOS social game ‘Funpark Friends’ to the Android operating system.

The moFlow social mobile games engine, developed in parallel with ‘moMetrics’, a complete data analysis solution, and ‘moConnect’, a complete scalable server and player-account infrastructure solution, allows Tag Games to develop 2D and 3D player-to-player applications for iOS and Android devices simultaneously. One of the first of its kind, mo technology provides a multi-platform social mobile development package with support for web, Windows, Mac and other hand-held platforms in the works.

Google Launches Official G+ Page For Android Developers

picGoogle's not one to shy away from engaging its developers. Between the Android developers blog, Google Groups, and a myriad of other contact methods, Google is pretty open about talking with developers. If you're looking to get a bit more social, you can now add the official Android developers page to your circles Google+.

Boosting App Efficiency with the Application Resource Optimizer

at&tA major challenge in mobile application development is determining what changes need to be made to an app’s architecture to increase efficiency and performance. Unlike traditional web applications, mobile apps are more limited by bandwidth, latency, and battery life. To dig into ways to maximize efficiency, the AT&T Developer Program conducted a series of mobile app tests which looked into network architecture and lower level protocols that are typically hidden from app developers.

Swarm LLC releases free social SDK for Android developers

swarmSwarm LLC has just released a social SDK for Android developers, with tools like leaderboards, achievements, and even cloud storage.

Google I/O expands to three days, moves to June 27-29

Citing an "unexpected opportunity" Google announces a third day for the annual developer conference.

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