Leap Motion sent an email to interested developers last week telling them what they could expect in the Leap Motion SDK. The San Francisco-based gesture-control company plans to open up its developer portal to the public after its product, a tiny USB device that lets you control your computer by moving your hands and fingers through the air, launches in late July. You can view our original Leap Motion API coverage here.
Connected cars are one of the primary use cases for the Internet of Things (IoT) that capture the imagination of the general public and developers alike. At the Machine-2-Machine (M2M) Evolution Conference that was held this week at part of a larger ITEXPO event, PubNub announced that it is making available a Connected Car Solution Kit that developers can employ to access a range back-end cloud services that will enable to them to more easily build and deliver connected car applications.
Facebook is planning to update its Open Graph API to enhance the ability of developers to integrate location-based data to user’s newsfeeds and posts. Facebook announced its intention to develop this feature at the Where 2012 Conference in San Francisco last week.