Microsoft today announced the availability of the vastly improved mobile OS. Windows Phone is improved with the Cortana digital assistant, a notification panel, gesture text entry, and more.
You can book your spot – or at least your chance to get a spot, as attendees will be randomly selected – at WWDC 2014 right now.
Redmond’s Build conference kicks off very shortly, so to whet your appetite, we’re looking at what revelations we can expect in terms of Windows and mobile.
Google hopes an updated Google Play Developer Program Policy will help cut down on deceptive advertising in mobile applications. The new approach imposes on developers more...
To avoid the rush and make things fairer, Google has decided to go for a lottery system this time around – so it doesn’t matter how early you apply.
The cross-platform game service and SDK will get game gifts, multiplayer invites, and a number of other perks at the Game Developers Conference.
ITProPortal spoke with Matt Asay of MongoDB about how the 30-year reign of the relational database is over, and giants like Oracle suddenly risk being left behind.
Inmarsat’s certified application providers will use Apigee’s APIs in order to produce apps that take advantage of Apigee’s Edge cloud based service.
Software, tools and drivers are already being developed for the ARM architecture in order to speed up the arrival of a 64-bit Android OS to challenged Apple’s 64-bit iOS that came out last year.
Manchester United football club has announced a partnership with Google+ that will allow fans to watch a match via video chat as though they were pitchside.
The European Commission is talking to various app industry stakeholders about creating a clearer list of guidelines relating to in-app purchases and protect consumers in the process.