Virtual reality figures prominently in recent 2017 mobile development predictions and trends articles, and the emerging technology is getting a boost with a new VR development kit on tap from Qualcomm Technologies Inc.
The company is switching to a new way for Android developers to publish their mobile apps to the Google Play store, providing several new features to manage the process.
Open source software specialist WSO2 Inc. is boosting its enterprise mobility management capabilities with a new server solution and device cloud.
The new partnership combines the content management functionality of Box with the low-code mobile and Web app development platform from Mendix.
Apple made available to its developer community a bunch of new beta versions of its software products, including third betas of its upcoming Xcode 8.3 IDE and iOS 10.3.
Appdome, which provides a platform for infusing third-party functionality into mobile apps, has launched a new publisher service providing SDK integration for apps developed by enterprises for commercial use.
Facebook today announced new functionality in its Analytics for Apps tool for mobile and Web development, while announcing it has now been used in more than 1 million apps, Web sites and bots.
Windows Mobile garnered just 0.3 percent of the smartphone market share in the fourth quarter of 2016, research firm Gartner announced yesterday, leaving developers wondering just what was going to happen to the OS.
Former smartphone manufacturer announced it's entering the Communications Platform-as-a-Service market, with an emphasis on security.
Realm today announced new support for Microsoft technologies in its Realm Mobile Platform, which facilitates the creation of real-time mobile apps with offline functionality.
Oracle filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, seeking to overturn a federal jury's decision that Google's use of Java in its Android OS constituted fair use
Perfecto Mobile today introduced new tools based on its cloud-based Continuous Quality Lab, aimed at quickening the pace of mobile and Web development efforts.
Enterprise mobility was featured first and foremost in the fourth annual research report on the state of application development from OutSystems, which concluded enterprise development has reached a "crisis point."
After a longer-than-expected developer preview, Android Wear 2.0 has gone live, with features such as a new system UI based on Material Design guidelines.
Risks also result from an emphasis on end-user convenience over security and organizations' lack of urgency to address threats.
Along with the ability for ordinary business users to create enterprise apps without relying on high-priced and hard-to-find professional developers come risks in the areas of security, data integrity and more.
Google's mission to make PWAs work just like native Android apps on smartphones has taken a big step forward.
A new survey casts some shade on enterprise mobile app development efforts, which get low grades for being intuitive and elegant.
It provides functionality such as database access, social log-ins, push notifications, app analytics and more.