An assessment and threat report on the state of mobile computing was recently released by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA).
Embarcadero Technologies today unveiled a new development platform designed to allow C++ developers to target multiple devices, including desktops, laptops and tablets.
Research in Motion (RIM) has announced the launch date of the BlackBerry 10.
The Web site Tech in Asia reported on statistics from Beijing-based Analysys International, which show Android with a 90.1 percent market share in China as of Q3 2012.
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Monetization of the Android app market is generally following an upward trend: each successive release of the platform tends to be more profitable for developers than the last.
Microsoft released a phone-focused version of the .NET Framework this week as well as the Windows Phone 8 SDK.
Microsoft held a launch event on Monday in San Francisco for its Windows Phone 8 platform.
The new ADF Mobile is HTML5- and Java-based, and aimed at developers looking to build and deploy enterprise apps to mobile environments from a single code base.
Google has revamped its Google Play Developer Console, featuring changes to publishing flow, user feedback, language support and more granular statistics.
A study by Evans Data shows that 73 percent of developers worldwide are either writing apps for tablets or plan to within six months.
RIM announced yesterday that its app store, BlackBerry App World, is taking applications.
Alfresco has released a new open API for its cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform, Alfresco in the Cloud.
Android has seen the number of Trojans targeting the platform nearly triple in just the last three months.
Oracle announced Tuesday two new products aimed at Java developers working in the mobile-and-embedded space.
Nokia may have left MeeGo for Microsoft, but that didn't mean MeeGo had to die.
Xamarin, the company behind MonoTouch and Mono for Android has added a new client SDK that leverages Windows Azure Mobile Services for connecting to Microsoft's backend cloud offering.
Facebook recently decided to go native for iOS devices after the company said it found that HTML 5 doesn't work well for apps with the scale of Facebook.
Codename One said this week that its new mobile, cross-platform software development kit (SDK) is now compatible with Windows Phone and Windows tablet devices.