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Articles tagged with: develop

NetFlix App Just Launched For ALL Android

The app for Netflix has been available for a while. Depressingly it has only be available for a few of the Android devices. It was announced today that all Android plat forms can now use the amazing Netflix app. The company called the xda-developers forum have figured out a way to work around the problems that limited the application use. The xda-developers let you install the app and stream all the movies and TV shows you want and fortunately enough you won’t even need to root your phone.

The workaround is tested and working on plenty of devices and it couldn’t be easier to do; you’ll just have to change a setting and then install one of the Netflix apps linked in the xda thread. Of note, most AT&T devices won’t be supported until a fix is implemented, but that should be coming in the near future.

Make Apps Yourself With New App Developer-App Cloud

Brightcove is a company that is known for online video platform, but today it is launching a new product called the App Cloud. The App Cloud will let developers create apps in one of the easiest ways possible. From what the app looks like it will do the same thing for apps that Brightcloud, another one of Brightcoves products, does for video publishing.

Have You Seen A Hexapod?

This is by far the coolest robot I have ever seen. While your typical robot resembles a human or has human-like features, this robot is quite different. One can call it a six-legged spider, but instead of having pincers by its mouth, it has a camera (what a nice change!). The robot was designed by Matt Bunting, a PhD student at the University of Arizona who is studying electrical engineering.

Matt created his hexapod using 21 motors, the aforementioned webcam, and created the device for a grad school project.