Mobile Burn: RIM's BlackBerry Analytics Service includes an SDK.
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Google this week served up a preview of its Android 3.0 mobile operating system SDK that's designed to optimize tablet performance.
Developers are still writing tons of mobile apps for Apple's iPhone, but the surge in new tablets on multiple platforms is forcing them to multitask at a frenetic pace.
The alternative to Android's Marketplace is designed to give consumers easier access to the mobile applications they want.
WebWorks, social media and open source moves designed to make the popular smartphone more appealing to mobile app developers and the enterprise.
The software giant is feuling its Windows Phone 7 mobile app effort by compensating developers. Is it prudent -- or a sign of desperation?
A must-read for mobile IT departments that need to work with developers on choosing the best mobile operating system for their business.
No programming required, as Linux-based Android app development gets a boost with new Google effort to simplify building mobile downloads.
App Engine for Business and a joint-venture with VMware are designed to help Google win over more enterprise customers. Will they work?
Using the new push feature, BlackBerry OS developers can send up to 8KB of content in each transmission update. Plus, recent stats on mobile application downloads cite a super surge.
Microsoft MIX10 news: Microsoft is hoping to court mobile app developers by releasing an open-source update to Web development platform Silverlight.
Former Oracle/Sun developer Tim Bray signs on with Google's Android team and already makes headlines with sharp words about Apple's policies and the iPhone and how they relate to the future of the mobile Internet.
The new enterprise Apps Marketplace lets developers integrate directly with Google Apps, making their applications, and the data they support, more readily accessible to users.
Mobile and Web developers lead the pack in terms of demand in the IT job sector, according to one study.
Paul Rubens takes issue with Apple's iPhone app approval policy in regard to how it impacts the mobile enterprise space.