New frameworks are emerging to give developers multiple tools to invent the future.
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Microsoft is making available previews of two new Azure services: Its DocumentDB NoSQL service and its full-text search service built on Elasticsearch.
We're downloading fewer apps than we used to, and most of us have never paid for an app, ever.
Since launching in April, Facebook App Links has grown to support more than 3 billion unique URLs tagged for the open source tool.
Linux runs everything, everywhere, but Linus Torvalds still wants it to rule on one place it doesn't: The desktop.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer developers mulled changing the name of Internet Explorer to something else? Sure, that would work. Not.
Procuring software packages for the organization is a complicated process which involves more than just technological knowledge. There are financial and support aspects to consider, proof of...
EnterpriseDB's free, ready-to-code environment on Amazon Web Services is designed to assist developers who want to tap into PostgreSQL's expanding NoSQL capabilities.
'DevOps is an invisible thread that runs through the entire process of IT, from the design of the software right out to the software running in production.'
Microsoft's Visual Studio Online service has been down for a number of hours for many, if not all, users.
The project marks a much more specific use case of employing wearables and big data for the healthcare industry.
Facebook developed Autoscale for deployment to web clusters in order to improve the energy efficiency of its software.
Google promised that developers will be able to launch fully-fledged versions of their apps when the SDK goes into general availability later this year.
After mere two years, Finnish company Digia has decided to spin out its Qt business to allow it to bring together its commercial and open source arms.
In the war of ecosystems, the winners are the truly neutral. But how do you build a compelling cross-device platform?
The so-called Internet of Things gains traction, with two out of five developers looking at the possibilities.