The company is trying to prevent startups from defecting to the IO.js fork.
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If you thought most malicious mobile apps came from Asia, think again.
Mobile development firms might want to start thinking about apps for wearable devices.
More mobile development firms are turning to advertising as a way to make money.
Bug hunters can get money upfront for researching suspected software vulnerabilities.
Software vendors say the policy puts their customers at risk.
The Windows maker has invested in a startup called Cynogen.
81 percent of the smartphones sold in 2014 ran Android.
Facebook properties did really, really well last year.
It appears that Flash's days are numbered.
The company is beefing up its big data portfolio.
However, not every mobile development firm is making a lot of money.
A blog post offers some technical detail and screenshots of the new browser.
The augmented reality technology is getting rave reviews.
Cyberattackers have moved on from Java, but Heartbleed continues to be a problem.
Everyone's favorite plumber can now learn, experience emotions and act autonomously.
Developers who sell apps or games in Europe without going through Google Play or the App Store need to collect tax and retain records.
The social network is adding more software developers and experts in drones, satellites and VR technology.
The agency failed to spot the warning signs and issue a warning before the attack, but it was able to quickly trace the attack back to its source.
Go and R are making significant gains.
In addition, more mobile development firms are using Google's platform than Apple's platform.
.NET skills are also highly sought after.
A new study suggests mobile development firms might want to target Amazon's platform.
The mobile development industry brought in $500 million worth of revenue from iOS users in the first week of January.
The incident highlights the importance of writing secure API code.