The intelligent choice?
Google fork Jetbrains’ development environment, adding live multi-device preview and Gradle support.
Get it while it’s hot
Initial batch of developer preview handsets for Mozilla’s web-centric operating system sell out within hours.
Another Java toolkit for native mobile app development has arrived - is EclipseSource's Tabris up to the task?
Seven months after one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all time, Ouya console begins shipping.
Making it official
A mobile port of LibreOffice is “frustratingly close” to completion, but needs additional support to make it onto Android.
Android and Chrome in harmony?
The man behind the smartphone operating system will focus on new projects at Google, and makes way for Chrome VP.
Codename One co-founder explains the thinking behind the platform created to ease the burden of mobile device development for Java developers,
A big plus
Social network adds ability to send apps directly to phones, but keeps tight grip on full read/write access.
Back to the courtroom
Undeterred by their defeat last year, Oracle want the Android decision reversed after judge’s “error”.
Soon appearing on the App Store?
It didn't make the imposed end of 2012 deadline to fully open source, but there's big news ahead for JavaFX
A cunning plot
Dan Dromereschi, creator of the popular open source AChartEngine library, shows how it can be used to quickly create line, bar and pie charts.
Joined by the cloud
We speak to the CEO of a Polish company attempting to bring a universal sync service to mobile platforms.
Four new challengers appear
We profile the upstarts taking on iOS and Android -- and, more importantly, how to start developing apps for them now.
Only Java allowed
The mobile development platform purely for Java developers has released its first version, following impressive growth.
A new level
March will see the release of the first ever games console able to run games written entirely in Java.