Uber is a service that connects users to drivers through a mobile application. What developers can do with the Uber API is to access data related to available car types, estimated prices, and geo-location services. In this case, the Uber iOS SDK created by tomj uses the Mantle framework for JSON, along with AFNetworking. The project aims to be useful to build applications with iPhone iOS 6. For more information, contact author Tom Jowett @tjrebase
Nexmo and du have partnered together in order to make Nexmo's cloud-to-mobile services available across du's mobile network in the United Arab Emirates. The deal gives Nexmo access to more devices and lets du tout compatibility with more mobile apps.
Once the largest transit agency without open data, New York City's MTA embraced developers by making its data feed available to all. Now it's going a step further by organizing an unconference for developers. Further, the event will be hosted at the New York offices of Google, a long supporter of open transit data.
According to Nightwatch Cybersecurity a vulnerability was recently found in system broadcasts by Android OS that could expose information about a user’s device to any applications running on the device. Information about a user's Wi-Fi connection can be read and used for tracking purposes.