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Parents are wondering how, when, and where to incorporate screens and media into their little ones' lives. See what the evidence shows, and learn tips and guidelines about screen t...
If you follow the official Android documentation for handling orientation changes via the manifest, you'll run into sort of a chicken and egg problem. Here's the solution you need.
These are five things developers should look at when picking a third-party Web service to integrate into their applications.
Ryan Boudreaux describes the complex combination of elements that go into the total web design, including traditional design features, and web apps and services. He includes some c...
Out with 2011 and in with 2012. Rick Vanover shares this list of tasks to help keep you organized as you tie up those loose ends before heading into the new year.
You may not want to part with a system you like -- especially if you've put a lot of money into it. But sometimes it's the sensible thing to do. Brien Posey lists some clear-cut re...
In this interview, Jake Gostylo, author of The Great Land Grab game for Android phones, discusses his experience writing mobile applications and offers advice about getting into ap...
Read the five-step process for using the Nominal Group Technique and MindView software to facilitate brainstorming sessions and then export data into Excel.
Rick Freedman explores four agile method variants that bring the theories into real-world practice. He also discusses criteria for selecting an approach based on your IT project.
Red Hat is now in the desktop virtualization market with its RHEV platform. Andy Moon notes that the established players in that space might make it tough for the Linux giant.