Fiksu's July iOS Cost Per Loyal Users was the second-highest ever.
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Mobile development firms can't sell health data to ad networks.
The organizations have created a group called the IEEE Computer Society Center for Secure Design.
The company is cracking down on misleading names and logos.
The photo of a Russian car crash was all over Google search results.
The winner proposed an app to provide therapy to veterans.
Previous rumors suggested Google wanted to buy the video game streaming service.
Facebook and Google Apps top the list.
They were able to use a separate app to steal data from Gmail as well as popular banking and shopping apps.
People skills are more important than you think they are.
Most have never paid for an app—ever.
The draft standard for the next version of the programming language has been approved.
Several JEPS could deliver new APIs and features.
Alternate versions of Android are especially popular in Asia.
The F12 tools received bug fixes and various updates.
A similar feature is available in Google Play.
C and Java are still at the top of the programming popularity charts.
The strongest new companies don't use Microsoft's products.
The search engine is getting better at handling technical queries.
Cloud computing, devops, containerization, open source tools, Agile software development and other trends have changed coding in important ways.
It certainly looks like it's more fun to be an iOS developer.
Wyvern lets Web developers use a lot of different languages in a single program.
These are the winners of this year's Jolt Awards for utilities.
The two rivals haven't reached any licensing agreements.
On average, graduates make 44 percent more than they did at their old jobs.