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In the U.S., 76 percent of iPhone revenue comes from in-app purchases.
The annual development conference will be held at the Moscone Center.
The firm isn't giving away many details about what will happen.
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Mobile developer strikes it rich when Yahoo buys his app.
Attendees will get free smartphones.
A joke about a dongle—and the reaction—causes two people to lose their jobs.
Analysts are not impressed with Microsoft's plan to pay $100 per app.
The social network has blocked quite a few apps since the beginning of the year.
The Moscone Center, the usual venue for the developer's conference, is booked the rest of the month.
The company still hasn't announced when it will release an update to its mobile OS.
The company thinks developers will move towards HTML5 as a way to create cross-platform apps.
The company's Dexter tool aims to make security analysis easier.
The company wants to encourage developers to build apps for its wearable computer.
The company has reversed course on its decision to ban Flash.
It's the fifth straight year of enrollment gains.
The social network is moving away from games and courting a new type of developer.
Now outside developers can more easily contribute to the open source PaaS.
Apple asks a judge to dismiss a case that accuses it of anti-competitive behavior.
Only a few kinds of apps can get away with charging iOS's highest price.
Amazon provides a number of APIs for mobile developers to use to build more robust applications. Learn about In-app Purchasing, GameCircle, Map, and other APIs.
Less than 5 percent of the top 250 mobile app developers are newcomers.
These colleges and universities have excellent computer science programs.
The research firm says Android will dominate smartphone downloads, but not tablet downloads.
Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Simple Notification Service (SNS) are getting cheaper.