With more and more enterprises becoming involved in software development with their vendors, a growing concern has emerged over who owns that intellectual property
Stories by Paul Krill
Adobe's proprietary rich Internet plug-in technology is finally stepping aside for HTML5 and other web standards.
Starting in February, new Azure customers will be sent to Microsoft's Cloud Solution Provider program in lieu of the MPSA-based pay-as-you-go license
Get a head start on the next tech boom by hacking together tomorrow’s Internet of Things hit today
From Java to SPARC, critical Sun technologies have lived on, been cut loose, or lost their luster in the four years since the Oracle acquisition
Soasta, Cloudbees partner to connect mobile app dev to Jenkins continuous integration server, making it easier for developers to test and deploy apps to the cloud
With Xamarin version 2.0, Visual Studio developers can build C# apps to run on Apple devices
The February patch was offered today -- ahead of schedule -- and contains fixes for 50 vulnerabilities
Microsoft's F# language geared to parallel programming, data-oriented problem-solving
Apple co-founder talks about growing smartphone market, reflects on Apple's past
Pivotal Initiative lumps multiple app dev, big data, and cloud efforts under a single umbrella
But iOS app sales still outpace Android app sales 4 to 1
Developers can now download the Visual Studio 2012 software development platform and accompanying .Net Framework 4.5, a Microsoft official revealed on Wednesday.