Moms with Apps Gives a Boost to App Discovery for Kids

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MWA-Logo.pngLearn more about a site that empowers parents to pick the best technology and apps for their children is also a helpful tool for developers when it comes to being COPPA compliant. 

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Strong Showing at Malaysia Developers’ Day 2014

Malaysia original.jpegWrapping up the 2014 Malaysia Developers’ Day – ASEAN Edition, we see a depth of talent and commitment that bodes well for the future of the region’s mobile app industry. 

 

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How Much Power Does My Android Device Consume?

Android devices have a very powerful menu setting called “Battery” that tells you which apps are causing battery drain. AT&T's ARO can help developers get better ratings on this menu.  Have you ever wondered how your phone knows how much power apps are using? Let’s dig in, and find out more. 

 

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2014 Malaysia Developers’ Day – ASEAN Edition aims to introduce collaborative innovation to a new generation of innovators and entrepreneurs and help build a thriving digital ecosystem across Asia.

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The Gap - Part 2: MPUs versus MCUs

calculator 2.jpgIn the final post in the "Tha Gap" series, guest blogger Sean Newton of STMicroelectronics discusses the differences between MPUs and MCUs and how they each have a place in the future of technology. 

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ATTshare this.pngWant to win a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 or a cool AT&T device? Simply deploy the AT&T Text Button via ShareThis on your site by September 30, 2014 for a chance to win. 

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My Avatar Just Called… Wha…?!?

new avatar.jpgIt’s been quite some time since we’ve updated you on our progress towards web-based communications. We announced at the 2013 AT&T Developer Summit the beta of our Call Management API and left it available to developers for almost a year before we quietly turned it down. In parallel with this we launched at the Foundry our att.js project built on the powerful WebRTC standards. That has gone quiet, but don’t misconstrue our intentions. We took your feedback and are eagerly looking forward to the next evolution of web-based communications… specifically speaking, the convergence of audio, video and data.

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School AT&T ARO on Mobile App Performance and WIN a New Smartphone!

ARO BTS.jpgFor three weeks starting September 15th, teach ARO a thing or two about Mobile App Performance for a chance to win a new smartphone. 

 

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Coders Win with Safety Apps at Super Mobility Week Hackathon

IMG_4227_640x480.JPGSafety apps top the winners list at our first AT&T Hackathon at Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas. See who took the top prizes in over $100,000 worth of coding opportunity!

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Improve Mobile App Video Streaming by using Adaptive Bitrate

video.jpgFind out why using an adaptive bitrate strategy for streaming is recommended for delivering video over wireless networks.

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Recent Changes to AT&T Short Code APIs

AT&T has recently updated its policies regarding how developers gain access to our short code-based APIs, for SMS and MMS. Find out what has changed. 

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Getting Started with In-App Advertising

Inapp ad 3.jpgThis is the first in a series of blogs that will be discussing AT&T Advertising best practices. Whether you've never used in-app advertising or just want a simpler approach to using in-app ads from a single ad network, learn more about how the AT&T Advertising API can help.

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Calculator.pngWhat was the first device you used for programming? Guest Blogger Sean Newton of STMicroelectronics takes us through his early portable computing experiences. 

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Look back at how technology has advanced over the past 50 years for some insight on what types of things you can create at the AT&T Hackathon - Code for Car & Home.

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nRF51822-mKIT_Nordic standard 250px.jpgHeading to the AT&T Hackathon - Code for Car & Home this weekend? Get a sneak peek at what Nordic Semiconductor will have on hand for developers.

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