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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?
IFML expresses what is going on with application interfaces.
The new wearable appears to be a response to Apple Watch.
Unnamed sources say the social network will make the announcement at F8 next week.
One of the project's developers says it went public too soon.
More than 1,200 popular Android apps and nearly 800 popular iOS apps still need to be patched.
Apps still show up on Google Play within hours of being submitted.
Windows 10 will also come in an IoT version.
Experts say this could be the first step towards a post-app world.
Flurry says phablets are "the ultimate mobile form factor."
Open source projects hosted on the site will need to find a new home by January 2016.
Apple says the problems were caused by a DNS error.
Mobile development firms may want to start thinking about how apps could support sensors that react to the amount of pressure applied.
People with expensive Android phones use a lot more apps than other types of smartphone owners.
Device preorders will begin April 10.
"People familiar with the project" say that Google has a fairly large team working on an Android version for VR headsets.
The next version of AngularJS will be built on TypeScript.
It's so secret that you can't even bring in a pad of paper.
Pivotal is no longer funding Groovy and Grails.
JavaFX also got an update.
40,000 developers use AlchemyAPI's tools.