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Web browser maker opens office in Singapore, making it the company's regional head office and hub for Asia-Pacific including China, Korea, and Southeast Asian markets.
The latest release of Java Platform Enterprise Edition has been made available by Oracle today.
It's been almost two years since pundits pronounced that Flash was dead but the fragmented browser and device market signals a future for both technologies in web development.
The debut of iOS 7 stole most of the spotlight at WWDC 2013 this morning.
Well, perhaps nearly the entire business day, to be more precise.
Even though it only recently increased its rewards for researchers who collaboratively disclose vulnerabilities with the company, Google has again increased its bug bounties, particularly around cross-site scripting flaws.
Facebook engineers give another peek under the hood of the Social Graph -- this time focusing on connections to other people, places, and pages.
Box continues to flesh out its cloud-based ecosystem of enterprise apps and storage services with a new monetization angle.
A common repository has been set up for customizable and configurable applications that can be re-used by various government agencies to speed up development and avoid duplication of efforts and costs.
CalDAV will survive spring cleaning, CardDAV is now open to everyone, and a new keyboard app is arriving from the search giant.
Google touts that its new Maps Engine API can be used for virtually any kind of application, with business use cases ranging from healthcare to retail.
Dubbed Google Web Designer, the service is meant to help digital advertisers connect with consumers across multiple displays, regardless of the device.
Google is getting more serious about supporting the development of mobile apps on its App Engine cloud platform.
WebEngage offers a self-serve engine that allows businesses to display promotions or questionnaires to specific user groups on their Web sites.
The Salesforce.com subsidiary has been busy spreading its wings as a fuller-fledged Platform-as-a-Service option to compete with the likes of Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.