The new OS doesn't seem to be selling as fast as Windows 7.
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The new technology can tell how people are feeling by looking at them.
Xamarin University uses a just-in-time training model.
People are spending more time with their phones and less time with TV.
Java is first on the list.
Why would a developer pull an app that was making him rich?
iOS and Android still dominate the mobile development industry.
Less than 2 percent of Android devices run KitKat.
Mobile developers might be able to build apps with better contextual awareness.
The fledgling schools could face fines or closure if they fail to register with authorities.
Android and in-app purchases are big money-makers in Asia.
Now anyone can create apps for Chromecast.
A new App Annie report takes a look back at last year's mobile development trends.
These trends look likely to continue.
A new report says it's too early to count paid apps out.
Android users are more likely to write reviews, and they post better reviews.
The toolchain is based on Apache Cordova.
The Application Developers Alliance is speaking out against the spy agency's practice of harvesting data from apps.
Dr. Dobb's has announced the winners of its annual Jolt Awards.
2013's most popular new open source projects concerned cloud computing, privacy, social technology and the internet of things.
Microsoft has relaxed some requirements and given developers more control over app releases.
Unemployment continues to fall for tech workers.
Seven out of ten smartphones sold during the quarter ran Android.
Java is number two.
Users will soon be able to pin Metro apps to the desktop taskbar.