The jury is still out on Google Glass, smartwatches and other wearable devices.
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The Geeklist Corps of Developers is looking for IT workers to help in the Philippines.
The update means mobile development firms have some new tools to learn and new features to exploit.
The executive called the mobile platform the "most disruptive operating system that we've seen in a few decades."
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The company also lowered registration costs.
The site will aggregate APIs released with a Creative Commons license.
The company says its cloud computing services can help mobile games scale to meet demand.
Apple and Microsoft have teamed up to take on their rival.
However, Android 2.3 Gingerbread still has a large number of users.
The Nexus 5 will be the first smartphone to feature the updated operating system.
For now the smartwatch platform has an invitation-only policy.
The free app model makes good financial sense for developers.
The smartphone maker announced the tools at its first ever developers conference.
The new machine gets Captcha tests right 90 percent of the time.
The big prize will go to the mobile development team that builds the best app using Salesforce technology.
The official website for the programming language has been serving up malicious code.
A controversial decision may prompt some coders to reconsider the wording on their websites.
The new language will focus on concurrency.
The app monitors downloads, purchases, revenue and more.
Startup will allow mobile development firms to test their apps on a wide range of physical hardware via the Web.
The problems with the government health insurance marketplace seem to be caused in part by coding mistakes and a lack of testing.
Industry observers love to predict Java's demise, but the 19-year-old language isn't dead yet.
The number one on the list will surprise you.
The young programming language has scored a major win.
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