Google’s three-day I/O developer conference kicks off in San Francisco tomorrow and could well see a hive of activity, including the introduction of a new Android operating system, a Nexus 7 tablet and more details on Google Glass.
Eric T. Schneiderman, the Attorney General of New York, has sent letters to the CEOs of Apple, Google/Motorola, Microsoft and Samsung pressing them to detail what efforts they are making to head off the growing problem of device theft.
A division of the U.S. Department of Defense is using a ruggedized tablet and specialized software combination to collect and retain health data in harsh conditions especially in places where Internet connectivity is not always available.
A few years ago, Netscape co-founder Marc Andreesen wrote an article explaining why software is eating the world. His fundamental premise was that both the access to the Internet and the tools to develop quality software with ties to the Web have become pervasive.
Lately it seems everyone is trying to reinvent email. The newest entries in the App Store have provided tablet productivity enthusiasts with a large number of options for ditching Apple’s stagnant Mail app.
While Android OS is emerging as the dominant player in the smartphone market, the iPad continues to rule the tablet segment. With over a 100 millions iPads sold, many developers are mulling iPad application development. Here are my seven iPad facts you should know before plunging into the development process.