Google has today started rolling out the second release of the Android N Developer Preview. To allow developers to familiarise themselves with the new system before the May I/O conference, Google rolled out the first
Facebook today announced Account Kit, a new way for developers to create easy logins for their apps. It's a complementary solution to Facebook Login and interestingly, doesn't require people to have a Facebook account.
The Federal Trade Commission has created a new web-based tool for developers of health-related mobile apps, which is designed to help the developers understand what federal laws and regulations might apply to their apps.
The staff of the Federal Trade Commission has issued warning letters to app developers who have installed a piece of software that can monitor a device's microphone to listen for audio signals that are embedded
Microsoft has officially pulled the plug on Project Astoria, a set of four new software development toolkits by Microsoft to make it easy for developers to bring their code for the Web, .NET, Win32, iOS
BlackBerry has today unveiled BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus, using the BlackBerry Cloud Connector. For Enterprise Developers working with Hybrid environments, this is a feature that many developers have been waiting for.
QNX today demonstrated the QNX SDK for Bluetooth Connectivity, a new middleware solution for medical devices, industrial automation systems, consumer appliances, and other embedded system applications.
Cyanogen today announced at Mobile World Congress the launch of MODÃ¢â€žÂ¢, an integrated mobile platform that is going to change the way users, developers, OEMs, and MNOs build and interact with their mobile devices.
Android Studio 2.0 Beta is now available in the Beta release channel for developers, bringing Instant Run, a new Android emulator along with a host of improvements that should speed up app development time.