Last month was really good for the mobile development industry.
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Is a Chinese version of the Android app store for users coming soon?
The 'free' download button now says 'get.'
China is still number one.
The startup is on a mobile development firm buying spree.
The startup promises to get developers coding in just seconds.
Even Sergey Brin is no longer always wearing the high-tech specs.
And mobile gamers are getting younger.
Websites that use the API will need to find a new payment solution, but it will continue working for mobile apps on Google Play.
Thanks to Google, computer science's top award now pays out four times as much as it used to.
Now individuals and small teams can access more of the IDE's features for free.
The programming language is young but powers some fairly impressive projects.
The new tool provides developers with easy access to storage.
Experts agree that IoT will be big, but they disagree on how big.
Big data is bringing big attention to R, MatLab, LabView and S.
Cards are becoming a common design feature for new mobile apps.
Dozens of computer scientists are asking the Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court decision in the Oracle v. Google case.
The new effort wants to "close the gap between technical education and employment."
The guide aims to help mobile development firms make more money on Google Play.
Clojure, Haskell, Ruby, Scala and TypeScript are less likely to result in coding errors.
The tool helps mobile development firms acquire users through Facebook.
What do mobile development pros need to know about the update?
Just when developers think they're beginning to understand mobile, the market may be about to shift.
There are now nearly as many people running Windows 8 as Windows XP.
The open source company wants to help developers "debug the whole Web."