Posts tagged with "appdev"

eJournal Shines at TechCrunch Crunchies Awards

April 15, 2016 11:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

As the developer behind eJournal, a digital notebook app, Alan Cruz has the pleasure – and the work – of demoing the app for audiences around the world. We caught up with Cruz at eJournal’s headquarters in São Paulo Brazil, and he shared his experience at the TechCrunch Crunchies Awards, working with the YOGA Home, and his plans for eJournal.


Inside the Game at Marmalade Studio

March 30, 2016 4:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

Marmalade Technologies gave us an inside look at how they’re using Lenovo devices and multi-user, multi-technology (MUMT) to transform traditional board games such as RISK and Scrabble into interactive gaming experiences.


AWEsum Friendzy Takes Top Prize in Battle of the Apps

December 22, 2015 10:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

high school math teacher and a former console game developer stomped the competition in the Battle of the Apps with AWEsum Friendzy where “the game is the math, and the math is the game.” 

 

 

 


Ideal Apps to Develop for Tablets

August 13, 2015 4:41 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

According to market research data, the app market for tablets was $8.8 billion in 2013, representing 35 percent of all mobile application revenue. Tablet apps are projected to overtake the smartphone app market by 2017. And with analysts expecting business tablet sales to grow through 2019, smart developers can jump in with tablet-exclusive apps for business users.

 

How to Use WRITEit in Your App

March 6, 2015 3:15 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

One of the common questions from developers is what the benefits are of implementing WRITEit into their apps. The WRITEit technology is designed to give users of your app seamless pen support and another way to interact wherever input is required. In this two-part post series, we will share ideas for developing with WRITEit.


Meet Dawnbreak Studios CEO Mikael Litendahl - Developer of the Week

December 18, 2014 2:14 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

Dawnbreak Studios CEO Mikael Litendahl

If you've visited Lenovo Picks or any of the other Lenovo App Discovery properties, you probably noticed the game Ragdoll Run has been a runaway hit with customers and for the developer Dawnbreak Studios. We recently got a few minutes to sit down and get to know Dawnbreak Studios' CEO, Mikael Litendahl. Learn what kind of music he swears by for distraction-free coding, and how he launched Dawnbreak while he was still in university. 


Dev of the Week: Dieter Schoeller, Managing Director- HeadUp Games

December 9, 2014 3:12 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt & Terence Ng1

Our latest developer of the week is Dieter Schoeller, Managing Director of Head Up Games, which is headquartered in Duren, Germany. Recently, Mr. Schoeller sat down with LenovoDev to talk about how he got started, his goals for the company and some fun bonus questions. 


Meet David Peroutka, Managing Director, Hexage Software, LenovoDev Developer of the Week

September 11, 2014 5:36 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

 

  

This week's Developer of the Week is David Peroutka, who is the Director of Hexage Software in Prague, Czech Republic. Hexage says they are "a small studio dedicated to make mobile games that are beautiful to look at and comfortable to play." They make a variety of popular games including Buka, Radiant Defense, Robotek, and More. We recently sat down for a 5 question interview with David to get his views on working with Lenovo and his goals for the company. 


Meet Chuck Bergen, CEO of VTree Entertainment LenovoDev Developer of the Week

September 3, 2014 3:27 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

This post is the first in a weekly series called LenovoDev Developer of the Week. It will highlight members of the Lenovo Developer program who have built an outstanding relationship with Lenovo and/or have a unique, compelling back story. Developers who are featured are nominated by the Windows8 Store manager in their geography. We also hope to create an opportunity for members to engage and learn from each other on a more personal level via the Forums. Love to hear your feedback in the comments. --Krista

Our first developer of the week is Chuck Bergen, CEO of VTree Entertainment, based in Bensalem, PA. This selection is significant because VTree's core business is creating and modifying  apps for people with special needs. As you'll read, they've achieved far beyond material gain, and actually changed people's lives, from kids to US veterans.  Read and learn more about Chuck ...oh and and learn what legendary rock band he's jamming to. --Krista