In a new report with data from more than 10,000 developers spanning 137 countries; we've gained a much clearer insight at which platform is most popular and why.
Microsoft has unveiled a powerful new machine-learning project which is "50 times faster—and more than twice as accurate" as Google's system - despite critics saying it couldn't be done.
It may be a little early to see a full revelation, or a public test build, but that doesn't mean Redmond can't start trying to drum up some excitement around Windows 9 to please its users, partners, and investors alike.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) oversees the development of the popular standard and has released research based on a survey of over 2000 GB consumers in June 2014 which gives some perspective about the public's expectation surrounding the rise of wireless accessories in the coming years.
Analytics can very quickly become a distracting volume of text and numbers without actionable insights, but when understood, can be converted into a better user experience.
An SDK update leads us to look at whether Google's Chromecast could play a major role in the web giant's home automation strategy.
The China mobile market represents an intriguing landscape with a high ceiling, but it is not without its own set of challenges and nuances.
If an app is prepared in a single platform, and it fails, it is going to affect an organization a little bit - but if the same app is released in four different platforms at the same time the magnitude of failure will be huge.
Microsoft's popular IDE, Visual Studio, is being set-up to be the one-stop-shop for cross-platform development with a new prowess for game development alongside new functionality achieved through collaborations and acquisitions.
Play Services, the clever package of APIs for Android, has been updated to give developers extra Google-y powers (even on older devices.)
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched an investigation into whether Facebook violated data collection laws during their user-manipulation study.