Google has published its official checklist for mobile website improvement. The news was announced by Maile Ohye, Developer Programs Tech Lead.
Google has introduced a new inline post sharing feature that will let users add their thoughts straight from the post that they are sharing. Earlier, users were greeted with a pop-up text box whenever they clicked the share button on Google+. The pop-up urged them to write their thoughts and […]
Oracle has issued a big collection of critical patches for its various offerings. The company says that due to a threat posed by a successful attack, it strongly recommends that customers apply the fixes as soon as possible.
The news from Google that they have released Quickoffice, their Microsoft Office competitor, for free immediately gave me my headline for this post.
Finally, we have the last job trends post in August, mobile development job trends. These trends are not quite as clear cut for job demand as the language trends given how often these terms get used. However, the trends can still measure the amount of buzz these technologies are generating. […]
Dear Web Developer, Let me start off by saying that I am simply amazed at your skills and abilities. The fact that you can take what appears to be random strings of letters, numbers and other strange keyboard characters and turn them into a great looking website is, quite simply, […]
Your smartphone has become an extension of you. That fact has even led to the rise of a new branch of studies in evolution, one that examines how we use modern technology to adapt and extend ourselves and our brains. The idea is that our smartphones and other such devices […]
Over the last year, we’ve seen Android 2.3, or Gingerbread, slowly lose its majority share of Android distribution. Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich, helped start the decline of Gingerbread, but it was Android 4.1/4.2, or Jelly Bean, that really helped kick Gingerbread to the curb.