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Android keeps getting more popular even as it becomes more fragmented. How can developers hope to keep up?
Tizen, the mobile OS developed by Samsung and the Linux Foundation, appears to be heading towards an initial device offering for consumers.
Device Control in an Ad-Hoc Network Environment by Using MoSync for Multiple Platform Mobile Application Development
These days mobile application development involves multiple OS platforms like Android, iOS, Windows, Symbian, Java mobile and the Moblin platform and a wide range of device technol...
Your mobile web development strategy depends on being able to perform tests for a variety of devices and browsers. Here are emulators and simulators that can help.
Justin James highlights some factors developers should consider when making tech decisions about languages, Web Services, databases, and more.
A mobile operating system is an OS for hand held devices or mobiles. Smart phones in today's World are found to be based on different Operating systems. For ex., Nokia's Symbian OS...
Should you be worried about mobile malware? Here's what you need to know and some tips on how to protect yourself from getting infected.
Businesses are embracing the BYOD movement. This is liberating but can lead to difficult choices when picking a smartphone.
Matthew Nawrocki interviews Jussi Hurmola, the CEO of Jolla, about the startup smartphone company, the upcoming Sailfish mobile OS, and future products.
There was a time when having Flash on a mobile device was a selling point, but now that time is over. Can HTML5 fill its place?