Open webOS Beta Released
HP has reached a major milestone in its efforts to open source webOS. They have released a beta of webOS....
By in archive | September 4th, 2012
New features added to ads in Google Maps
Google now lets you monetise your maps applications, and if you're a developer using the Maps API, you can now look at better ways to d...
By in archive | September 3rd, 2012
Qt 5 Beta now Available
Despite all the troubles surrounding the Qt ecosystem recently, the first beta of the next major update to the framework has just been ...
By in archive | August 31st, 2012
Firefox Getting its own Command Line
Do you ever wish you had an easy command line interface for you browser? If you’re answer is “yes” you are about to get exactly w...
By in archive | August 31st, 2012
Adobe Leaves Spry to the community, Embraces jQuery Fully
Adobe has announced that they will stop investing on their own Spry framework and embrace jQuery more fully...
By in archive | August 31st, 2012
The Blender Game Engine Makes it to Android
As part of this year’s Google Summer of Code, Alexandr Kuznetsov worked towards porting this game engine to OpenGL ES, and to make it...
By in archive | August 29th, 2012
Develop Your First iOS App – Building the Code
In part 2 of the series on developing an iOS application, we explore the tools involved. Here, we begin with Xcode....
By in archive | August 29th, 2012
Who’s leading mobile app efforts? Not IT
Survey finds business units are funding mobile app projects and BYOD dominates among business partners, not just employees. ...
By in archive | August 28th, 2012
McAfee offers new privacy protection to Android device users
At a time when the number of cyber-attacks on Android-based devices is skyrocketing, new features in McAfee’s Mobile Security softwar...
By in archive | August 27th, 2012
Dropbox Adding Two-Factor Authentication
If you are a Dropbox user, here is a feature you should immediately be taking advantage of, two-factor authentication....
By in archive | August 27th, 2012