New frameworks are emerging to give developers multiple tools to invent the future.
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For anyone who has missed having F8 around, get ready because the social network is bringing back the show.
Would BlackBerry really risk upsetting its remaining developers?
Yes, GnuTLS has major security holes. So what? Almost no one uses it in ways where it could be vulnerable to fraud.
In a surprising move, Red Hat will enable users to run .NET applications and SQL Server on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.
Microsoft's Dynamics team is continuing to lead the Windows 8 app charge. The ERP team has built a 'modern' app for shop-floor operators.
WebDAM asserted it will continue to focus on targeting creative and marketing teams, which will undoubtedly be boosted by Shutterstock's global presence.
In today's consumer-driven IT world, a new rule stands above all the rest: keep it simple.
Microsoft has released a second test build of its new 64-bit RyuJIT.Net compiler.
In a sign of how competitive the IT services businesses can be, Infosys founder Murthy has asked his company to do something distinctly unsexy: Go after commoditized businesses.
MYOB's investment into cloud technology has been well received, driving the company's revenue for the full year of 2013 up by 13 percent.
IBM thinks that opening its middleware stack to the cloud in BlueMix will prove to be winning bet.
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.