Uber will be implementing an in-app SOS button and a safety net feature as part of its plans to enhance safety measures.
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As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
Mozilla has added support for virtual reality apps running on the Oculus Rift headset to an experimental version of the Firefox browser.
WhatsApp may have received all the attention thanks to its acquisition by Facebook, but today it is Tencent's WeChat that is making waves around the world.
Close collaboration between development and operations teams can lead to more resilient and secure cloud applications. The challenge is culture, not technology.
Next week developers will be handed a browser ready for debugging and testing web apps on all platforms.
Apple has provided a lesson in browser security after hackers hijack connections to iCloud.com in China.
New survey of 2,200 developers and IT executives finds most focus and will continue to focus on desktop applications, with mobile apps secondary.
Workday is landing customers for its financial applications to go along with its core HR business. The goal: Rule the admin cloud. We catch up with operating chief Mike Stankey to talk about Workday's hiring, innovation and culture.
India has long been derided as a desert for product companies. Some point to the country’s long history as a colonial subject as a reason for this phenomena, others to its socialist past, and many to its lack of a culture of scientific innovation of any significant scale and reach post-independence.
In a major update, Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription service upgrades 14 desktop applications, introduces several new 'connected' mobile apps, launches a stylus/ruler combo and gives creative pros easy access to their online assets.
India, a conservative society, is going through tectonic change in its march towards modernity and here to capitalise on that change is the dating app.
It seems part of the deal that saw Opera’s browser come pre-installed on the new Android-based Nokia X included an agreement to fill Nokia's store with Android apps.
John Sculley, Apple's CEO and Steve Jobs' famous bête noire was in India recently to promote his new line of phones positioned at developing markets like India. This is what he had to say about Apple's unwillingness to bring a low-cost phone into these markets
Hike wants to compete head-to-head with some of the world's most dominant messaging apps in India. To do so, its CEO may want to start by ditching his ultimately silly moniker of 'Creator.'
Survey confirms enterprise users want the same simplicity and ease as they get from mobile apps. But user design and quick app turnarounds aren't part of the enterprise DNA, yet.
As John Sculley looks towards the Indian market to make a fortune in phones, it will be tough to ignore both his old company, Apple, and the 'larger than life' memories from his time there.
Opening up stores and bringing in a three-year-old phone may not be enough to make the company's prospects come alive in the country.
Sunny Leone has found a treasure trove, and a few new business models, in a rapidly digitizing India.
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