Google's bid to position itself as some kind of competitor to Microsoft based on its security credentials has been dealt a bad blow, with the company reporting the third zero-day in its browser Chrome just before the long Easter weekend.
Windows Phone 8.1 support has ended, marking the end of an era when it was a definite mobile OS contender to iOS and Android.
Microsoft has accidentally released a build of Windows 10, to those who are part of its Insiders programme, that bricks mobile devices.
A young Vietnamese developer has decided to give up on Windows Store and the Microsoft app ecosystem after experiencing what he claims was the company's lack of support for developers.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech smartphone sales data for the three months ending January 2016 shows that Apple’s iOS continued to grow share in urban China.
As Microsoft announces massive changes within its smartphone unit, formerly Nokia, and says it must grow its ‘first-party device family’, success is as simple as simplification.
Shazam gives some love to its Windows mobile users.
A new version of LogMeIn Rescue alerts technicians to possible problem areas and automates the delivery of fixes.
iOS still accounts for the majority of devices used with Citrix's XenMobile mobile device management system, though there are substantial regional differences.
SolarWinds has launched a relatively low-cost IT help desk package.
With Silk Mobile, mobile application testing becomes 'just another test' according to Micro Focus officials.
Need to develop cross-platform mobile apps? Retriever Communications reckons it has the answer.
Sales of smartphone devices soared in the second quarter of 2011, with Android and iOS fueling spectacular 74% year on year growth and sales exceeding more than 100 million units for the quarter, according to new figures. The smartphone boom happened amidst robust worldwide sales of mobile devices of 428.7 million units in 2Q11, up 16.5% on 2Q10.
SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) and Sybase, Inc., an SAP company and industry leader in enterprise and mobile software, today premiered its interface support for App Store® Volume Purchase Program (VPP) for Business with Afaria®, the industry-leading mobile device and application management solution from Sybase. By enabling streamlined and secure application deployment and management for enterprise users through an enhanced on-device app portal, Afaria helps extend App Store's reach into the enterprise market.
If the number of typically low-cost projects on offer is any guide, there's plenty of work for HTML5 and Android developers. But things aren't looking so good for those skilled in various Microsoft technologies.
Annual reports that US stock market listed companies are required to lodged with the SEC (aka Form 20-F) are of necessity pessimistic documents. They are required to list under 'risk factors' almost every conceivable eventuality that could befall a company.
Chances are you or someone you know is carrying around a Linux-powered mobile device in their pocket. Thanks to the clout offered by Google Android is on its way to being the ubiquitous smartphone and tablet platform.
New research and forecasting from Gartner suggests that Android will become the dominant mobile operating system in the near future. And while total unit sales will grow for all the players in this increasingly competitive market, Android will move from newcomer to leader in just five years.
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