When Parse was acquired by Facebook recently the companies found that there were a lot of small, low-level utility classes in iOS and Android that both companies had implemented. Rather than continue to have two version of these components, Facebook decided to combine the knowledge base of Parse and Facebook to… Read More
March 24 – 25, 2014 – Biltmore Hotel and Suites – Santa Clara, California
In an event unlike any other, developer relations experts from leading companies in the software, telecom and web markets will come together to discuss best practices and reveal the techniques behind their success!… Read More
Google Now cards are available in the latest Mac and Windows build of Chrome Canary, a pre-release version of Google’s desktop web browser for developers. You can enable it by entering “chrome://flags/#enable-google-now” into… Read More
WIPJam @ MWC 2014 Presented by WIP and GSMA
[one_half_last] Monday through Thursday,
24-27 February 2014[/one_half_last]
[one_half_last]Fira Montjuïc, Hall M5 (Mon-Wed),
Hall 8.0 Theatre District, Theatre A (Thu)[/one_half_last]
Google has released its first Android device share data for 2014, where we see many users are using a newer OS version but not the latest version. The new KitKat release climbed to 1.4%of active devices in January, whilst Jelly Bean, the older software jumped from 54.5% in December to 59.1%… Read More
Siena’s release will primarily empower business users to create apps which cater to their very specific needs. This may be using their expertise combined with the ability to tap into large… Read More
According to a report by Juniper Research, this amount is up dramatically from the $3.5 billion spent in 2013, and makes in-app advertising the fastest growing sector of the mobile advertising market. Juniper predicted in October that mobile advertising will grow over 300 percent to $40 billion over… Read More
Microsoft is apparently creating a brand new programming language to build a non-Windows operating system.
Microsoft researcher Jim Duffy, added a post to his blog where the new language came to light. A ZDNet report says the language is codenamed M# (“M Sharp”), though Duffy doesn’t refer to that… Read More
GameSalad, the company responsible for visual game-creation tools, is running an incentive program to encourage developers… Read More
Windows Phone 8.1, set for a public reveal at Microsoft’s Build conference in April, brings two iOS and Android standards to Windows Phone, including a Notification Center and a smart personal assistant.
Nokia’s first Windows Phone tablet, the Lumia 2520, has been on the market for a matter of months, and it seems like the company’s second Lumia slate won’t be far behind.
Details of two as-yet-unannounced Nokia Lumia devices have leaked out via Zuaba.com, a site that carries information on items… Read More
Chupamobile, the largest app source code marketplace, is launching a contest for iOS and Android mobile developers with $45,000 in prizes; the 2013 Chupamobile App Developer Competition. The competition began yesterday December 10, and ends January 28, 2014.The Contest
App Annie, in partnership with International Data Corporation (IDC), has released its third quarter 2013 edition of its Portable Gaming Report. Included in the report, are a variety of charts and analysis of the changes seen in smartphone market share, as well as the overall performance of apps by… Read More