April 26, 2015
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3,000 Apps in Apple Watch Store at Launch

Some analysts think the store will have more than 100,000 apps by the end of next year.

PHP 7 to Offer 100% Performance Improvements

The update is scheduled for a production release in October.

Apple Rushing Developer Watch Orders

Developers who want to order the Apple Watch can skip to the front of the line.

DHS to Open Silicon Valley Office

The feds are hiring developers.

Mobile App Installs Climbed 70% in 2014

Entertainment apps and games continue to dominate in the mobile development industry.

Researchers: Bug Bounties Don't Work

Paying for security vulnerabilities only finds the easy-to-spot bugs.

Documentary Highlights Lack of Women Coders

Filmmaker says, "This is a Rosie the Riveter moment."

MS Open Tech Rejoins Microsoft

The company is shutting down its open source subsidiary.

Mobile Google Search Feature Could Lead to More App Installs

Google will now ask users if they want to install apps.

Object Computing Will Take Over Grails

Apache will handle Groovy.

Apple to Hold WWDC 2015 June 8-12

Tickets to the developer conference will be distributed by a lottery.

EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Google, Investigates Android

The search giant is accused of anti-competitive practices.

App Store Revenue Now 70% Higher Than Google Play's, Says Report

The iPhone's popularity in China is a big reason for the increase in App Store revenue.

Report: More than Half of Mobile Developers Working on IoT Projects

But they aren't necessarily getting paid for their Internet of Things work.

The Secret to Mobile App Success: 3 In-App Purchases

Repeat in-app purchases can help apps achieve at least $1 million in revenue.

Should You Live-Stream Your Coding Sessions?

The practice not only helps newbies hone their skills, it also changes the way developers approach their projects.

'Whales' Still Dominate Mobile Game Revenue

Just 0.23 percent of users generate two-thirds of sales.

Survey: Half of Developers Don't Have a CS Degree

Programmers say coding is a "labor of love."

IBM, NASA to Hold International Space Apps Challenge

The three-day coding competition invites developers to build space exploration apps using IBM's tools and cloud computing services.

Report: International Mobile Users Want More Native-Language Apps

Outside the U.S., many smartphone and tablet owners have apps that aren't in their native languages.

Report: In-App Purchases to Be Top Mobile App Monetization Method by 2018

In-app advertising and freemium models also remain important.

Microsoft Halts Production on Kinect for Windows v2

Developers are encouraged to use the Xbox One version of the Kinect sensor.

Chrome Web Store Now Accepting More Android Apps

Will having more apps increase interest in Chromebooks and Chromeboxes?

CodeFights Startup Turns Coding into a Social Game

The company has just secured $2.4 million in funding.

App Store Begins Accepting Watch Submissions

Mobile development firms can begin uploading their Apple Watch apps.

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