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Firefox OS is the newest mobile operating system on the map, so we've pulled together a primer with everything you need to know about Mozilla's offering.
Android smartphone or tablet users can no longer install Adobe Flash Player. Adobe gave up on this software for a very good reason: it was terrible.
Symantec on Thursday released a free edition of Norton Mobile Security, aimed at Android OS phone users socked by security threats ranging from cell phone thefts to "fake" apps loaded[...]
HP's CEO announced today a new course for webOS: it is being made open source, and HP engineers and any developers who are interested will keep updating and improving it.[...]
Falling further behind Android and Apple with its BlackBerry phones, while also struggling with its new PlayBook tablet, RIM has acquired Scoreloop in hopes of picking up enough skills in[...]
Google's Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) debuted recently on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but users of the previous Nexus model don't have to feel left out any more: an[...]
Adobe took the Mobile World Congress as an appropriate venue to announce that its Flash player and Integrated Runtime (AIR) software have achieved a widespread presence on mobile devices.
Nuance has unveiled Nina, a Siri rival touted as able to understand not only what is said, but who is saying it. The Nina SDK will power both iOS and[...]
Adobe has updated its Flash Builder developer tool, giving the app-builder compatibility with several additional major mobile platforms. Developers will now be able to use Flash Builder 4.5 to create[...]
Intel announced yesterday from GDC 2012 that it would be releasing GPA 2012, an updated version of its developer tool suite meant to help with performance optimization, to the public.
RIM is going to introduce BlackBerry 10 in January, and has recently finished up work on the operating system's software developer toolkit (or, SDK) has officially gone "gold." Get more[...]