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Mark Zuckerberg and John Doerr are each chipping in half a million dollars.
The cloud computing service helps developers integrate data from various sources.
The W3C has elevated HTML5 to "recommendation" status.
Mobile development firms have an easier way to distribute their apps to Amazon customers.
Microsoft is also offering an adaptor that makes Xbox Kinect hardware compatible with Windows.
The service makes it easier for mobile development firms to beta test iPhone and iPad apps.
Fabric includes Twitter integration, analytics, crash reporting, beta distribution and advertising services.
Firebase makes it easier for mobile development firms to sync app data.
Two-thirds of Java developers have either already upgraded to the latest release or plan to do so soon.
Downloads of the leading apps increased by a factor of 2.3 over the past year.
The suite includes cross-platform tools for creating Java and C++ apps.
Mobile development firms will have plenty of time to create apps before the Apple Watch arrives next year.
The mobile OS has a new interface, better notifications and more.
The interface is getting a little bit easier to use.
Interested women students can sign up for the weeklong bootcamp that will take place in January.
The nation's highest court will decide whether to accept the high-profile patent case by next month.
Mobile development pros can start getting their apps ready for 64-bit Android.
The free services can save students hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Ten dollars appears to be the sweet spot.
Microsoft and thirteen other companies are promising not to sell data on grade schoolers.
There is plenty of money to be made from business customers.
A new study suggests that mobile development firms should pay more attention to where apps rank in search results.
The project would eliminate the need for apps when interacting with smart devices.
The company has tripled its top bug bounty payout for finding vulnerabilities in Chrome.