The team working on Ubuntu's Touch smartphone OS plans to start using it as an everyday phone before the end of the month.
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Java SE6 users can continue to receive updates and patches for free until February 2013, at least.
The BlackBerry maker believes HTML 5 could help persuade developers to keep making apps for both its platforms as it prepares for the introduction of its new BlackBerry 10 OS and devices.
The BBC has started rolling out an Adobe Air version of its web player, designed to work across all platforms as it moves away from Adobe Flash Player for its Android endeavours.
There's more to the Facebook founder's view of HTML5 than seeing it as a 'mistake' in development focus, says Mozilla CTO Brendan Eich, who laid out to ZDNet his reasons why the tension between native apps versus web technology will eventually fade away.
Adobe backpedals on its decision to pull its Flash Player app from the official Android store, to accommodate the BBC's iPlayer app — but act now if you want to download it, as it will be gone again soon.
The Amazon Appstore is now available to customers in five European countries, opening up 1-Click downloads for Android app buyers.
The summer Olympic Games will be taking place in London in just a few short days, filling the capital with crowds. Here's a list of free iPhone and iPad apps to help visitors get around, manage their data and have a good time
The BBC is working on a service to let people to pay to download programmes from the broadcaster's archives, to own forever rather than with an iPlayer-like playback window
Mozilla has released Firefox 11 on time, despite concerns that the launch could be delayed due to potential security vulnerabilities. It brings with it powerful new developer tools and an add-on sync option