Tom Spencer of Mubaloo looks at the increasing fragmentation of the mobile browser market, as Firefox OS and Windows Phone 8 join the smartphone OS party.
The latest issue of Java Tech Journal is now available! This month is all about CDI.
A dose of UI improvements for Eclipse’s release train Juno, set to arrive in June. We’re on the home straight now.
We delve into the world of Hadoop and all that it can offer. Android/iPad versions available to download too!
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Adobe make an iOS-related announcement, and InterSystems launch Globals at JAX London.
Adobe’s Michaël Chaize presents live demo of the same app running on iPad, iPhone and Android.
PLUS, new Apache CouchDB on iOS project.
It’s that time of year again! The ’10 IT-Related Predictions for 2011′ are now in!
comScore report that Android U.S market share has grown from 12% in April 2010, to 17% in July 2010.
Upload Your Apps to the Chrome Web Store Now, and Bug Fixes for Apache Tomcat 7.0.
Oracle Reveal They Are Working on Solaris 11 and JVx Enterprise Application Framework Now Supports Android
PLUS, GreenHopper 5.2 is released today, and the Scala team give us an insight into Scala, post-2.8.