Mobile development firms might want to start thinking about apps for vehicles.
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A cloud development tool wins the top prize.
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Black Friday saw increases of 25 percent.
1,200 girls will be able to participate this year—up from 375 last year.
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Rumors suggest the company is planning a press event late next month.
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The event highlighted a number of up-and-coming mobile development firms.
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