Google will now ask users if they want to install apps.
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Apache will handle Groovy.
Tickets to the developer conference will be distributed by a lottery.
The search giant is accused of anti-competitive practices.
The iPhone's popularity in China is a big reason for the increase in App Store revenue.
But they aren't necessarily getting paid for their Internet of Things work.
Repeat in-app purchases can help apps achieve at least $1 million in revenue.
The practice not only helps newbies hone their skills, it also changes the way developers approach their projects.
Just 0.23 percent of users generate two-thirds of sales.
Programmers say coding is a "labor of love."
The three-day coding competition invites developers to build space exploration apps using IBM's tools and cloud computing services.
Outside the U.S., many smartphone and tablet owners have apps that aren't in their native languages.
In-app advertising and freemium models also remain important.
Developers are encouraged to use the Xbox One version of the Kinect sensor.
Will having more apps increase interest in Chromebooks and Chromeboxes?
The company has just secured $2.4 million in funding.
Mobile development firms can begin uploading their Apple Watch apps.
It's getting harder for mobile development firms to attract new users.
Azure has a new program designed to get students involved in cloud development—and to get them hooked on Microsoft tools.
Web developers need to optimize their sites for mobile devices by April 21.
The first day of the social network's F8 developer conference was full of big news.
The cloud computing service aims to simplify Web and mobile development.
Microsoft has been much more open with its next-gen browser.
Will the social network become a platform that hosts a lot of other websites?