The newest release of the Android Native Development Kit offers developers OpenGL ES 2.0 support. This means that they'll have an easier time incorporating 3D elements in games and apps for Android 2.0 or higher. [Android Developers Blog via Engadget]
Android Native Development Kit Makes 3D Game Dev Simpler
Trending Stories Right Now
Despite being ahead of its time when it was unveiled in 1985, the Commodore Amiga didn't survive past 1996. The machine, which went up against with the likes of the IBM PC and the Macintosh, offered far superior hardware than its competitors. But it just wasn't enough, as this video from Ahoy's Stuart Brown explains.
Windows 10 is a great operating system. It's well suited to the needs of users and has a bunch of great features that make it a truly 21st century-ready OS for the masses. But that suitability really depends on whether you've got the Home or Pro version. Here's why you don't want Windows 10 home.