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Android users with Firefox for Android installed are now able to run Firefox OS apps on their devices.
LinkedIn is following a trend established by many of its social media counterparts by offering a glimpse behind-the-scenes of just how their data is flowing through digital pipelines.
The option to add a custom profile background, among other visual enhancements in store, is being treated as a special privilege for the time being.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is going public with the status of some of the features it is hoping to support in the next version of IE.
Is Facebook turning a new leaf when it comes to privacy? Maybe, maybe not, but users might have a little more control over third-party apps connecting to the social network.
Service-based infrastructures are still too brittle. Time for 'agent oriented architecture,' says a long-time service integration advocate.
New features are part of two recent updates to the global Web development platform for small businesses.
At its TechEd conference this week, Microsoft execs are showing off a bunch of new technologies with some interesting codenames.
Microsoft is streamlining its ASP.NET server-side development framework with its next release, codenamed 'Project K.'
AWS launched its Global Certification Program just over a year ago, offering extra visibility points for both IT professionals and AWS itself.
Facebook has been baking in video support throughout its channels for some time now, so the time is ripe for monetizing this particular piece of digital content.
"There are real arguments to be made for a company to open source everything," suggests the co-founder of a startup bought by Square last year.
Facebook's awaited mobile ad idea, the Audience Network, is real and ready to do the money number-crunching for developers.
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Facebook is expanding its home-grown data center capabilities once again with some additional real estate to shoulder the big data burden.