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by Doug Sillars Posted on 04.28.2017 12:25 PM
Learn how network performance software development kits can help improve the speed and security of your app and help you make the most of your mobile presence.
by Doug Sillars Posted on 04.26.2017 02:35 PM
Animated GIFs and video loops can add flair to your website or mobile app, but which is a better option for improving bandwidth and speed of delivery? Find out in this post.
by Ed Donahue Posted on 04.21.2017 03:53 PM
At our Seattle hackathon, held at extraSlice, developers created VR/AR apps that foster fun learning events. Find out which were the winning apps.
by Dave Okamoto Posted on 04.19.2017 04:43 PM
The AT&T Entertainment Project is excited to announce our 2017 Short Film Challenge and we’re looking for talented filmmakers from around the U.S. who want their voices heard. We are now accepting submissions from emerging indie filmmakers and student filmmakers.
by Ben Nelson Posted on 04.17.2017 01:57 PM
Discover the interesting ways developers in Hawaii used Raspberry Pi and QR codes to create environment-friendly, community-driven, and productivity-based apps.
by Ed Donahue Posted on 04.10.2017 12:03 PM
We challenged filmmakers in New York to make a short over just one weekend. See what they came up with and watch the short films.
by Ben Nelson Posted on 04.10.2017 02:16 AM
San Francisco was the backdrop for our first Create-a-thon. Find out which of the six short films created over a weekend were the big winners.
by Christy Roland Posted on 04.06.2017 12:30 PM
- AT&T APIs,
- In-App Messaging
Thumbs up! According to emogi Research Group, an estimated 2.3 trillion mobile messages containing emoji’s were sent in 2016. Now, we are happy to announce that the AT&T In-App Messaging API supports the use of emoji’s! Here’s what you need to know about the new functionality, and how to use it…
by Jeff Clark Posted on 03.30.2017 05:23 AM
We’ve created this guide to help you get started shooting 360-degree videos and photos. We are providing tips and tricks for people fairly new to the medium and who are using consumer grade 360 equipment, typically with two lenses.
by Christy Roland Posted on 03.29.2017 12:50 PM
A passion for storytelling led journalist Nonny de la Peña to VR. She shares her experiences and thoughts about the future of VR during a Futurecast in Las Vegas.