A new project from Xamarin has replaced the Java code underpinning the Android OS with C# code.
"If APIs are copyrightable in the U.S., but not the EU, then the implications are substantial...startups will come to Europe."
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.
Google's newly launched Service Accounts will provide certificate-based authentication to APIs for server-to-server interactions.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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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.
Hivetext Technologies announced this week that its Java-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Jelastic will be supporting the Nginx Web server.
Cloud-based hosting service AppFog has added Java to the growing list of languages it supports, the company announced this week.
On Tuesday Google released the software developer kit for its newest version of the Android OS, code-named "Ice Cream Sandwich."
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.
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.
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.