Apple and SAP today announced a partnership to revolutionize the mobile work experience for enterprise customers of all sizes,
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Back in March of this year, we reported how BlackBerry Secure Work Space users should not upgrade to iOS 9.3 due to compatibility issues.
Earlier this month, Google rolled out the second release of the Android N Developer Preview. At that time it was rumoured that Google would, allow other manufacturers to begin testing the software.
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 Preview last month.
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.
Google has released Android 2.0 bringing support for Instant Run, an enhanced emulator and a whole lot more.
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.
Muzik has announced a new initiative with Microsoft to release the first open source, cross-platform Muzik Software Developer Kit (SDK).
New innovations spanning Azure, Visual Studio and Office can help developers build cutting-edge apps, for every device, that help businesses and consumers achieve more.
BlackBerry will be hosting the next webcast in their "Good Dynamics SDK Developer Webcast Series" on Tuesday, April 5.
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 in television advertisements.