Will your next smartphone arrive in pieces?
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EU leaders are meeting with mobile development companies to discuss problems with the "freemium" model.
Mobile development firms can start making apps for the Galaxy S5, Gear 2 and Gear Fit.
Google Compute Engine does well on Java benchmarks.
The toolset will support both Windows and Android.
Japan, South Korea and Australia are the most lucrative.
More malicious apps are making their way onto Google Play.
Mobile development and big data skills are on the list.
Scala's creator says similarity between the languages is good for Scala.
The class is available through Code School.
The annual developer conference will feature a new registration process.
A software engineering expert examines whether data supports popular maxims.
The company has an app store, but no way to monetize apps.
The popular programming question-and-answer website is back online.
A growing number of developers create apps for both iOS and Android.
The new OS doesn't seem to be selling as fast as Windows 7.
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.