A number of Samsung’s Smart Schools across the continent will be used to teach school children all about app development.
Chat has become popular on many platforms, from computers to mobile, but BitTorrent has a client that seems to be changing how this all works by removing cloud storage from the equation.
There's one more smartphone platform on the market, although it's far behind the big, established names, as Mozilla targets emerging markets with the release of Firefox OS.
Today’s tech: Apple poaches Android users, the best way to develop apps and WikiLeaks releases positive malware
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple's renewed attack on Android market share, the agile/waterfall debate finally gets settled, and WikiLeaks releases government-owned malware into the wild.
A study carried out by Boston-based firm Localytics found that smartphone users are downloading fewer apps in what is already an extremely saturated market.
After gathering data from 1,316 applications, consisting of over 700 million lines of code, software analysis firm Cast has concluded that a mix of agile and waterfall produces the best results.
Microsoft continues its recent trend of bringing exciting new features to rival platforms by adding Android Wear support to OneNote, along with an iOS 8-friendly version of the app.
If there is one thing that makes me stressed and paranoid, it's photo backups. Now, due to a compatibility issue with Dropbox and iOS 8, my precious memories may no longer be quite as safe.
The Swiss watchmaker recently lost its vice president of global sales to Apple and is seeking revenge by going into direct competition with the tech giant.
Third-party developers who want to use NFC with their apps are out of luck, at least for the time being – hopefully that will change in the future.
University of Birmingham scientists have developed a robot that will be able to load a dishwasher by next year and is one of the only ones in the world to grab objects with a humanlike grip.