Apple announced the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 6, today on the opening day of its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco.
Apple may be unveiling two new products, including a new version of the iPhone, this September, according to a popular blog.
The latest data from IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker shows that more than 80 percent of smartphones are one of those two devices.
A federal jury ruled unanimously on Wednesday that Google did not infringe on Oracle's Java-related patents when it developed its Android operating system.
A new project from Xamarin has replaced the Java code underpinning the Android OS with C# code.
Research in Motion (RIM) Tuesday announced the BlackBerry 10, a new smartphone clearly aimed at regaining the market share it's been hemorrhaging over the last few years to market leaders iPhone and Android.
Android continues to be the leading mobile OS with more than half of the U.S. smartphone market, according to the latest data from metrics firm comScore.
Appcelerator, a Mountain View, Calif.-based mobile platform company, has just released a new version of its open source Titanium application development platform.
Potix Corporation, the creator and chief commercial supporter of the open source ZK framework, recently unveiled a new community project: ZK Touch.
The Amazon third-party developer community, which has been growing quickly through the success of the Kindle Fire, is likely to pick up even more steam with its announcement of the In-App Purchasing API.
VMware recently announced that all major extensions to its Spring Framework are now compatible with the latest version of the Spring open source Java development framework.
According to a lawsuit filed in a Texas court this week, makers of some of the most popular mobile apps are collecting user information without the consumer's consent.
Microsoft has announced the release of Windows Embedded Standard 8's community test preview (CTP) for download.
Gorilla Logic this week released MonkeyTalk, a free and open source tool for testing native and hybrid apps built for both iOS and Android.
Microsoft, partnered with with secured and managed mobile enterprise app company Good Technology, will bring encrypted e-mail services to the Windows Phone platform.
Six tech companies have agreed to provide clear information on their individual privacy policies before their products are downloaded.
EclipseSource has just unveiled RAP mobile, an alternative for developing apps in Java based on the Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform (RAP).
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.
A large malware ring might have infected more than 5 million Android users with fraudulent apps, according to Symantec.
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.