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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 first tranche of a new, IBM-developed border management system is making progress, but debate rages about budget overruns, delays and transparency.
The so-called Internet of Things gains traction, with two out of five developers looking at the possibilities.
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Microsoft's OneNote used to be the hidden jewel in the Office crown, now on its own and with a public API, it's time for it to highlight Microsoft's new direction.
It sounds unlikely, but the Homeland Security Agency is now providing an online, open-source code-testing suite with the unlikely name of SWAMP.
Is Microsoft building a single version of Windows that will run on phones, tablets, PCs and gaming consoles? Nope. Here's a refresher as to what really is happening.
This week's announcement by the Apache Software Foundation of top-level project status for the Tez framework is a significant step, according to Hortonworks' Shaun Connolly.
Cisco is hoping that developers will create network aware software that will add value to its hardware. The goal for Cisco: 1 million developers by 2020. Today: 80,000.
Web and other developers that haven't gone mobile can take advantage of some new free material Google is handing out to rally support for its wearables, cars and smartphones.
Honeywell's plan to boost profit margins over the next five year largely revolves around software engineers, user experience and application development.
New managed cloud models, service-level agreements and pricing are Rackspace's way of saying if you want cheap, commodity cloud, look elsewhere.
Microsoft is backing the Google-developed and now open-sourced Kubernetes container management effort.