Is it finally Intel's time to shine in mobile devices with an inexpensive off-contract phone that has 4 GB of memory and a quad-core Atom processor?
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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.
While 16GB iPhone models are popular with consumers, that's not enough memory to store all your photos, apps, and games. With T-Mobile you can get a 64GB iPhone 6 for the price of a 16GB model.
I've used mobile devices heavily in my work for a long time but none in recent memory has impacted my routine more than the big new iPhone.
Virtualization vendor's ambition to offer the tools needed in a mobile-cloud era, spanning from the network to the desktop, evokes memories of Sun Microsystems' failed "The Network is The Computer" campaign.
The Mobile World Congress had a lot of shiny goodies, and they triggered a trip down memory lane. Most people don't remember that years ago HTC brought us the first large phone and the first Windows hybrid computer.
The crowdsourced development community represents close to 608,000 developers with skills in cloud integration, mobile applications, data science solutions -- and beyond.
A Bangalore-based startup Deck.in has built a "mobile-first" app called Deck that makes it easier for users without design skills to create good looking presentations.
Android, iOS and Blackberry top Dice's list of top search terms used by hiring managers at the tech job posting site.
Robust demand from emerging markets for mobile handsets and memory chips help the country's IT exports to grow 17.5 percent from the year before.
Embarcadero has given developers with C and C++ skills the means to build and deploy native mobile and fat client apps on all the major client platforms.
Intel Labs and Industrial Technology Research Institute say tests for their experimental memory array architecture will begin next year and is designed for use in mobile devices and data centers.
Spike in demand for mobile and flash memory chips helps South Korean chipmaker limit the impact of a slumping PC market to book an operating loss of US$13.6 million.
The overall flash memory market declined in 2012 while mobile dynamic random access memory rose to its highest level yet in Q2, according to IHS iSuppli.
Software giant sees growing adoption of mobile and in-memory products in China boost second-quarter revenue growth, which in turn improves overall Asia-Pacific showing.
Latest Dice report says Java, mobile and .NET developer skills are in short supply.
Korea's SK Hynix will acquire California's Link_A_Media Devices in a bid to improve its NAND flash memory offerings as mobile applications proliferate.
Korean chipmaker and Big Blue to develop phase-change random access memory (PcRAM), a non-volatile chip that can store high data volumes, amid rising popularity of mobile devices.
Few gadgets have touched my world as profoundly as the lowly Palm PDA and the cellular modem I used with it.
Software used internally should still be protected even if there's less risk, and companies should know limitations of copyright law and create holistic regime to safeguard intellectual property, say observers.
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