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Once Microsoft officially owns Nokia's phone business, the Redmond company just might find more reasons to keep than 'Kin' Nokia's new line of Android phones.
Burstly itself owns TestFlight, a free testing ground boasted to be used by everyone from students to the Fortune 500 for mobile app development.
DevOps teams, tasked with speeding up application delivery, are mired in their own time sinks.
Xero has nearly doubled its global customer base since the same period last year to over a quarter of a million, with the Australian market making up nearly 100,000.
The e-commerce giant has been pulling back the curtain slowly on a 3D printing agenda.
Acronis CEO Serguei Beloussov has big plans to build a multibillion company in less than 10 years, but going freemium to win customers will not be the way.
Several stories recently have spread misinformation about how Google licenses Android and its services. Here's the real story on how Android licensing works with open source and Linux.
TechnologyOne together with Synergetic Management Systems will help the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria deliver a new integrated administration system to 486 schools.
After months of often bitter debate, Ubuntu will follow Debian in using systemd instead of its own Upstart for Linux start-up and shutdown routines.
Valentine's Day is here again, and love is in the air. Couples flirting, courting, forming relationships. Sometimes those relationships result in marriage. Marriages occur in the tech world, too. Corporate mergers can result in the two parts being stronger than the whole, or they can end in utter disaster.
Appurify Mobile Platform includes tools for addressing performance issues and flawed design early in the mobile development process, and offers data to address them.
Microsoft management is believed to be debating the technical and strategic wisdom of enabling Android apps on Windows and Windows Phone devices. But would such a move hurt or help Microsoft?
Beyond age, Google stipulates that the only other basic requirements are a "curious mind and an Internet connection."
Microsoft developers will be able to reuse more of their code when building Windows Phone and Windows Store apps, according to new alleged leaks about Windows Phone 8.1.
Linode made its share of headlines last year, sometimes for the wrong reasons. But the cloud service provider has a large following among startups and developers supporting fast-growing mobile apps and services.