With working prototypes of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 in the hands of developers, and the software now at the technical preview stage, substantive judgments of the phone can be made.
The Android platform is hot right now, but if you really want to make money as a mobile developer, Apple's iPhone is still the place to be.
A developer of applications for the iPhone and iPad feels that Google's Android platform is too open, making it difficult for developers to write apps.
Google's flagship Android platform phone, the Nexus One, will soon be off the market in the U.S.
Rally Software last week announced it purchased an iPhone app that lets users manage Agile development projects remotely and has reduced its price from $15 to free.
If you're an application developer for Android with a thick skin, you may be able to get your app reviewed publicly by a Google employee.
Google has released a new Java development environment aimed at the non-coder developer who wants to build applications for the Android operating system.
In an effort to make it easier for Java developers to build applications for its Symbian-based mobile devices, Nokia is contributing the 2.1 version of its Java Runtime implementation to the open source Symbian Foundation.
Latest AdMob study also looks at global market, how Pre is stacking up.
After only two months on the market, Microsoft pulling the plug on its line of social media-friendly phones.
Developers for Google's mobile platform are growing increasingly frustrated by disappearing applications, purchasing issues and other problems stemming from the Android Market.
Google is set to disrupt the mobile communications industry with its mobile operating system, according to Strategy Analytics.
Flash and tethering have been added.
Google's latest update of its mobile operating system offers two features the iPhone doesn't -- tethering and Flash support.
Mobile analytics vendor offers developers tips and tricks for making money on your smartphone applications.
MobileForms Toolkit maker updates two products, and announced upcoming support for Silverlight-based Windows Phone 7 development.
The open-source Android smartphone market just hit a milestone of sorts: it surpassed the iPhone in popularity, moving into the second overall spot behind industry leader RIM OS (BlackBerry).
With the announcement that HP is snapping up the once-dominant PDA manufacturer, Palm's webOS platform has been given a jolt of electricity to re-start its heart.
Hewlett-Packard Co. said today it has agreed to acquire Palm Inc., credited with creating the smart-phone, for $1.2 billion.
Microsoft and HTC signed a patent deal involving HTC's mobile smartphones running the open source Android operating system.