Mike Lazaridis, president and co-CEO of Research In Motion, used his keynote address at the 2010 BlackBerry Developer Conference to trumpet momentum for the platform, before introducing a number of new tools and services, telling the audience: “we continue to invest in additional services, to help you monetise and build your business.”
A new European research project aimed at developing technology that will allow applications to be ported across multiple platforms has received EUR10 million in EU funding, according to reports today. The initiative, known as Webinos, has the support of several high-profile industry names.
Google’s Android platform may be growing at breakneck speed, but developers for Android Market still have gripes that need fixing
A September 2010 developer survey from IDC, sponsored by Appcelerator, asserts that “the next big wave of innovation may come from business application developers tapping into vast stores of data in the cloud and bringing this data to bear on highly local experiences.”
Mobile Apps Briefing talks with the Fund's co-managing partner to discover what type of companies stand the best chance of investment. “You can't build a venture-backed company if your model is selling US$0.99 apps on the App Store," warns the investment expert.
Google’s Android is set to overtake Apple’s iOS as the platform app developers believe offers the most “business potential” within three years, according to a new survey by research2guidance
Fragmentation of mobile platforms is a significant obstacle for developers looking to gain traction in the mobile app market, Ilja Laurs, founder and CEO of app store GetJar, told Mobile Apps Briefing ahead of a forthcoming exclusive Focus article.
Research In Motion (RIM) appears to be seeing great success in Latin America for its latest App World market store, with approximately half of the region’s mobile operators agreeing to preload the store on the screens of BlackBerry smartphones they sell.
Nokia and AT&T announced the 2010 Calling All Innovators – North America developer contest, offering a US$10 million prize fund to be shared between successful applicants
Both Nokia and LG have replaced their CEOs in a bid to make up lost ground in smartphones. But will a new face make the difference?