Think you can make a bajillion dollars creating an app? David Gewirtz shows you how to get started. He doesn't guarantee you'll make any money, but with this step-by-step guide, at least you'll know where to begin.
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If you watch YouTube content on your Apple TV then there are changes coming your way, one of which is that you'll start seeing ads.
A reader with no tech skills and little money has a great idea for an app. He thinks Apple and Android will both want to make it a standard feature. You know this isn't going to end well.
A close services partner of both Microsoft and Cornerstone, the Florida-based integrator boasts expertise in cloud-enabling specialized applications.
It's Google's toy -- they get to choose whether to stop playing with Microsoft and run home to mommy. That's business, people...!
Google and Microsoft are at it again. The just-released and jointly developed YouTube app for Windows Phone is now being blocked by Google.
An officially Google-sanctioned YouTube app for Microsoft's Windows Phone is finally available for download from the Windows Phone Store.
Apple holds its non-disclosure agreements closely to its chest. But what happens when the company's entire developer conference video set end up on YouTube?
After a public tussle, Microsoft and Google have agreed to jointly build a native YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, which will be released within a few weeks.
The Microsoft-Google feud continues, with Microsoft meeting some -- but not all -- of Google's terms-of-service demands around the Microsoft's recently developed YouTube app.
Google is seeking to block Microsoft's new YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 because it blocks ads and allows downloading of videos from YouTube's site, in violation of its terms of service.
Microsoft isn't best impressed with Google's behavior, it seems.
A hacker hired by Apple, in recognition of his skills in breaking iOS, has lost his job after simply forgetting to reply to an email.
Welcome back from the weekend! If you don't have some stories to tell around the water cooler today, here are some that are bound to raise a few eyebrows.
Apple and Google are headed in opposite mobile directions. The two parties are barely frenemies now.
Google wants to sell you "content" that you might otherwise buy from Amazon, Apple or Microsoft etc. It has therefore rebranded the Android Market as Google Play, and pulled its apps, ebooks, music, and movies -- excluding its YouTube movie service -- into a single cloud-based offering.
Google last night announced new improvements to its Google TV YouTube application. Hardly the "big announcement" we were hoping for.
Though the search giant has reported major revenue growth, the average price of the adverts it sells has declined, crimping profits
Skills most-often mentioned across North American IT job ads.
Huge demand for mobile apps in Singapore but development needs not sufficiently met due to recent mobile phenomenon, scarcity of skills and lack of relevant curriculum and established companies, industry voices note.