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DEVELOPMENT: Samsung releases Samsung Mobile Innovator Windows Mobile SDK
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 28.02.09 - 20:16:55 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 16250x
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Two weeks ago, during the Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced its "Samsung Mobile Innovator" program for Java and Windows Mobile developers and devices which was said to "open up new opportunities for mobile developers deploying their products to Samsung devices". Samsung Mobile Innovator wants to provide a significant opportunity for mobile developers to create applications and services on Samsung devices for a global audience. Samsung Mobile Innovator provides developers with the tools, technical content and support which is required to create applications and services that work on the Samsung open mobile platforms.

Now, Samsung has released the first Windows Mobile-focused result, Samsung Windows Mobile SDK 1.0. It offers APIs to use advanced features unique to Samsung phones. You might already have experience using advanced capabilities featured in the Windows Mobile APIs, like GPS, Bluetooth or multimedia support. In addition to the Microsoft Windows Mobile APIs, you can use Samsung APIs to access phone features such as the accelerometer, notification LEDs and haptics feedback. In addition to the Windows Mobile SDK, Samsung also released a couple of Windows Mobile and Samsung API related white papers.

Samsung Mobile Innovator is free to join. The basic (Hub) membership is open to everyone at all levels of interest in open mobile devices. In recognition of partner companies, there is also an invite-only Core membership level.

Cheers ~ Arne

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