Attacks against smartphone applications and browsers will continue to rise as the adoption of tablets and smartphones increase.
Google officially launched its new programming language, Dart, last week during the opening keynote presentation at the GoTo conference in Denmark.
Internet, e-mail and messaging services went down for North American Research in Motion (RIM) smartphone device customers today.
Google on Thursday announced a free preview of Google Cloud SQL, which adds a MySQL database Web service to Google's cloud-based App Engine development stack.
Google's Chrome continues to gain momentum in the browser market, claiming an all-time-high 16.20 percent of desktop users for the month of September, according to market share tracker NetMarketShare.
Oracle's new Public Cloud is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) designed to run the company's Fusion Applications, which are now generally available.
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.
Oracle executives touted the benefits of their existing product lines and promoted some new offerings at its annual OpenWorld user conference, underway this week in San Francisco.
Piston Computing announced this week a hardened operating system based on the open source OpenStack project for private enterprise clouds
The Eclipse Foundation's release last week of Eclipse "Indigo" 3.7.1 was more than the usual maintenance release.
Engine Yard, a provider of Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for Ruby on Rails, now supports JRuby applications on its cloud platform, the company announced Wednesday.
Terracotta today launched a release candidate of version 3.6 of its namesake in-memory software with upgraded versions of both its BigMemory and Ehcache technologies.
Version 11 of Quest Software's Toad for Oracle database management solution offers a new code analysis feature for developers.
Microsoft popularized the "dogfooding" phraseology, and the practice of a company using its own products was again in evidence at this year's Microsoft Build conference, with a strong emphasis being placed the agile methodology.
Sonatype this week launched a new suite of products and services designed to help companies better manage their usage of open source Java components.
Microsoft announced Wednesday that it expects manufacturers and carriers to begin offering Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" updates in the next couple of weeks.
Rackspace announced plans this week to deploy the OpenStack open source cloud platform across its entire infrastructure.
Spring Social lets developers connect Java applications to SaaS APIs from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, GitHub and others, and to interact with those services on behalf of their users.
Another family of Java components will soon be available from the open source Maven Central Repository.
GigaSpaces Technologies has just rolled out the public beta of its Cloudify for Azure enterprise Java application platform for on-boarding JEE, Spring and big-data apps to Microsoft's Windows Azure platform.