Third Party Browsers Blocked on Windows 8 for ARM?
It seems Microsoft is making it difficult for third parties to create browsers for Windows 8 tablets. A blog post on Mozilla’s websit...
By in archive | July 16th, 2012
Game Engines Should Always be Open Source
Every day we create and consume media in many forms. It would be reassuring to know that the photos we take today, and the videos we re...
By in archive | July 16th, 2012
The buzz in messaging
We spoke to Lars Hoogweg, CTO, Nimbuzz and sought to understand its strategy, its recent shift to India, and the vast array of developm...
By in archive | July 16th, 2012
RIM Is Bleeding Developers
Research in Motion seems to be the subject of discussion every other day. In this interesting piece on AllThingsD, the author John Pacz...
By in archive | July 14th, 2012
MoSync There are a few too many platforms when it comes to mobiles, and targeting them all is getting increasingly hard. There is no co...
By in archive | July 11th, 2012
Free registration on, for HTML5 game platform
With the rising popularity of HTML5 as a means to reach out to the plethora of devices out there, there are several frameworks that foc...
By in archive | July 10th, 2012
CyanogenMod 10, Nexus 7 Hacks and more
Jordan from xda-developers.com talks about the Cyanogen team and its work on Jelly Bean-based Cyanogen Mod 10. There's also a step by s...
By in archive | July 10th, 2012
LESS: A Better way to Code CSS
CSS is awesome, but like all other web standards — heck like all standards every devised — has its own shortcomings. But, you don...
By in archive | July 10th, 2012
Adobe’s strategy with HTML5, Flash, AIR and open source
Danny Winokur, VP and GM, Platform, Adobe Inc. on how Adobe as a company is evolving and adapting to changing trends in the application...
By in archive | July 8th, 2012
Exploring Drupal, and the open web
This is from an earlier interview with Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal....
By in archive | July 5th, 2012