The Internet of Things could be a $7 trillion market by 2020.
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The Korean firm has more employees than Apple, Google and Microsoft combined.
Most flavors of Unix, Linux and OS X are vulnerable to a new security vulnerability.
The company is working on a new patch for iOS 8.
These books just won Jolt Awards.
However, some people who have upgraded their iPhones and iPads are reporting high crash rates.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus set new sales records for the company.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web development toolset is getting new support for virtualization tools.
Apple hopes to have the problem fixed by the end of September.
The tool can help the mobile development industry track how users are interacting with apps.
Users are spending even more time with music, health and social networking apps.
The social network wants to help other companies get involved in open source development.
The iPad Mini crashes the most often.
To be eligible, companies must be less than five years old and generate less than half a million dollars per year.
Apps written with Swift can now be submitted to Apple's App Store.
Apple was the top mobile manufacturer.
It isn't called "iWatch," but Apple did finally launch a wearable device.
Domain-specific languages seem to be gaining users.
Six women helped create the ENIAC.
Sources say that Apple gave a wearable SDK to a few app developers.
The company will send refunds to parents whose children racked up big charges on Android apps.
This is the second time the company has held one of these cloud development events this year.
Facebook is promoting the competition.