Aino focuses on sound & vision and Yari is the first phone outside the Japanese market to have gesture gaming. Both phones are Java Platform 8 (JP-8), making it 30 phone series that support MSA, and introduce the new JP-8.5 sub-category with extended functionality of the Java Platform including Sony Ericsson APIs made publicly available for the first time and new liberalized permission settings.
[via: News from Sony Ericsson Developer World]
Google has decided that the first Android Developer Challenge (ADC) isn’t enough so now they have announced the second Android Developer Challenge! The announcement comes with the recent release of Android 1.5, as well as the availability of devices. News around the Net indicate that there will be as many as 20 Android devices in the market before the end of 2009
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Sony Ericsson is picking up the pace at JavaOne 2009 with a keynote session on June 3, 2009. The audience will be the first to hear about our mobile Java strategy and how to do business by developing mobile Java applications for existing and future Sony Ericsson phones.
With Sony Ericsson’s Themes Creator you can personalize your Sony Ericsson mobile phone as easily as you customize your computer desktop. Check out the Themes Creator v4.0 animated video on YouTube.
Seven recently announced Sony Ericsson phones are added to the Bluetooth Remote Control tool, with version 4.01 now available for download in Windows and OS X formats and in both English and Chinese.
Sony Ericsson’s developer ecosystem is open to anyone who has something to create and a good starting point is to speak to us about Java ME development at 2009 JavaOne Conference (June 2-5, 2009 in San Francisco, USA). By talking to the Developer World team during last year’s event, Evernote is now a signed up business partner – bring your apps and ideas to booth 602 and new opportunities may open up for you too.
Sony Ericsson is proud to announce the seven winners of the Sony Ericsson Developer World India recognition and certification program. The award ceremony will be held on April 25, 2009 at the Great Indian Developer Summit conference and the six winners qualify for the 100-day mentor program to become a Sony Ericsson Certified Developer, a true recognition of talent and paving the way to potential business opportunities with Sony Ericsson in India.
The Sony Ericsson Developer World communications team ran a survey during February/March 2009 to learn more about your information needs, with entrants eligible to win a Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 phone. Read more to find out who are the five randomly selected winners.
It is now easier than ever to create professional-looking themes for any Sony Ericsson phone. A major new release of Sony Ericsson’s popular Themes Creator tool is now available, with version 4.0 delivering a simplified three-step workflow, three editing modes and a clean new UI. The tool also supports importing color palette files from Adobe Kuler.
Sony Ericsson is co-sponsor of 2009 JavaOne Conference (June 2-5, 2009 in San Francisco, USA) and will be active during this year’s event, starting with five confirmed technical speaker sessions.