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Ketan Singh



Ketan has: 19 posts

Ketan is passionate about computer science, physics and music. Currently, he's busy trying to get his hands dirty with the latest developments in both physics and computer science. He tweets

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Apple App Store has generated 3,00,000 jobs till date

Apple Inc. has reported that it has generated almost 3,00,000 jobs for the US economy till date via its App Store.

In archive | 20 Nov 2012
BlackBerry 10 to arrive on January 30; RIM woos Game Developers

RIM has announced the launch date of BlackBerry 10, and has invited game developers to earn cash and hardware by creating or porting gaming apps for the BlackBerry App World.

In archive | 13 Nov 2012
Facebook upgrades its Hadoop clusters with the Prism project

Facebook’s Hadoop clusters are ready to scale across distinct data centres, with a recent upgrade that enables better delay tolerance. In the near future, Facebook plans to open source Prism as well.

In archive | 07 Nov 2012
Now take your apps to Windows 8 with PhoneGap

PhoneGap 2.2.0 adds support for Windows 8, allowing developers to create and publish apps to the Windows Store.

In archive | 03 Nov 2012
Windows Phone 8 SDK finally released

Windows Phone 8 SDK is now available for developers to help them hack into the hot and happening platform of Windows Phone 8!

In archive | 31 Oct 2012
Windows 8 is Here

Microsoft Windows 8, the latest and reimagined edition of Microsoft’s popular operating system is out to change the whole PC experience.

In archive | 26 Oct 2012
Welcome to the mobile app revolution, PHP developers!

Zend Studio 10 with its new game-changing capabilities allows developers to use PHP in order to build cloud-enabled mobile apps.

In archive | 26 Oct 2012
Google’s mod_pagespeed out of beta; to make the web faster!

mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache HTTP server module, which speeds up your site and reduces page load time. Its stable version is now available.

In archive | 11 Oct 2012
Never let browsers hold you back!

Modernizr helps you detect native support for HTML5 and CSS3 features in web browsers. We’ll tell you why and how you could use it in your own projects!

In archive | 01 Oct 2012