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EclipseSource Launches RAP Mobile

EclipseSource has just unveiled RAP mobile, an alternative for developing apps in Java based on the Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform (RAP).

DOD's 'Hardened' Android Kernel Arose Out of Military Security Study

The Department of Defense's custom-built and secure Android operating system came about through research done to study the security of mobile devices for military use.

Millions Infected with Trojan Hidden in Android Apps

A large malware ring might have infected more than 5 million Android users with fraudulent apps, according to Symantec.

Mono for Android 4.0 Released

Xamarin this week released Mono for Android 4.0, a set of tools designed to allow developers to build C# apps that run on the latest version of Google's operating system.

Joyent Joins VMware's Community Leads Program To Support Node.js

In an effort to lend its Node.js expertise to VMware's Cloud Foundry project, cloud software and services provider Joyent has signed on to VMware's Community Leads program.

Android Surpasses 50 Percent Share in Smartphone OS Market

Once again leading the smartphone OS race is Google's open source Android platform, which according to Gartner shipped on 60.5 million units worldwide in Q3 2011.

Windows Phone 7 Developer Interest On the Rise

According to a survey conducted by IDC and Appcelerator, interest in developing for Windows Phone 7 has increased.

Mobile Flash, 750 Employees Cut in Adobe Corporate Restructuring

In an announcement made this week by Adobe, the company will cut 750 workers and discontinue its browser-based Flash Player for mobile devices.

Gartner: 70 Billion App Store Downloads by 2014

According to a forecast released by Gartner last week, App stores and marketplaces will be among the top 10 strategic technologies for enterprises next year.

Android 4.0 'Ice Cream Sandwich' SDK Released

On Tuesday Google released the software developer kit for its newest version of the Android OS, code-named "Ice Cream Sandwich."

Report: Mobile Security Not Keeping Up with Increase in Attacks

Attacks against smartphone applications and browsers will continue to rise as the adoption of tablets and smartphones increase.

BlackBerry Outages Spread to U.S. and Canada

Internet, e-mail and messaging services went down for North American Research in Motion (RIM) smartphone device customers today.

Oracle's Plans for Java Unveiled at JavaOne

Just some of the many announcements includes plans to "bridge the gap" between Java ME and Java SE, an approach to modularizing Java SE 8 that will rely on the Jigsaw platform, and a new project that aims to use HTML5 to bring Java to Apple's iOS platform.

'Mango' Update for Windows Phone 7 Could Start Next Week

Microsoft announced Wednesday that it expects manufacturers and carriers to begin offering Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" updates in the next couple of weeks.

Build, Day 2: Keynote Focuses on Visual Studio 11, MVC Changes, Cloud, More

Microsoft's Scott Guthrie and Jason Zander dove into the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview (and more) in the Wednesday Build keynote.

UPDATED: Windows 8 Details Revealed, Developer Preview Live

Microsoft kicked off the preliminaries of its Build conference on Monday by previewing the "Windows 8" operating system.

FireMonkey: Embarcadero's New Enterprise RIA Tool

FireMonkey is Embarcadero's new application platform and development framework for building business apps with "ultra-rich" user experiences.

Judge Dismisses Google's Complaint in Android Lawsuit

The judge overseeing the dispute between Motorola and Microsoft over Android use threw out Google's attempt to disqualify an expert witness this week.

Google To Pay $12.5 Billion for Motorola Mobility Acquisition

Google has made a huge move in the smartphone market with today's announcement that it will be shelling out $12.5 billion in cash for phone handset maker Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.

Android Leads Pack in Global Smartphone Race; Apple's iOS Third

In the latest report by Gartner, 428.7 million new smartphones have been sold globally in the second quarter of 2011.