Google has officially rolled out Android Wear (preview) for developers, effectively extending Mountain View's popular mobile platform to wearables.
Google CEO Larry Page is either an arch-manipulator of public opinion or one of the least self-aware people in human history.
Microsoft's kernel is falling behind Linux because of a cultural problem at the Volehill of Redmond, claims one of its developers.
One of the reasons why talented programmers can't find work is that their CVs are being run past lazy HR people who can't be bothered thinking for a living.
Lab Zero Games, which raised over $800,000 online so they could make more content for indie fighting game Skullgirls, is finding that it is at odds with its unwanted business partner Paypal.
Ouya - which recently began shipping its Android-powered console to early Kickstarter backers - says it has signed on up to 10,000 game developers.
Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has confirmed that over 8,000 game devs are coding titles for the $99 Android-powered console, including Square Enix, Double Fine Productions, Tripwire Interactive, Vlambeer, Phil Fish's Polytron Corporation, and Kim Swift's Airtight Games.
Research In Motion has 15,000 new apps for the BlackBerry, thanks to two 'Portathon' events over the weekend.
California's attorney general has issued a warning to mobile app developers that haven't yet posted privacy policies.
A group of industry heavyweights including the four biggest browser makers, along with Apple, Google and Microsoft, are promising to centralize developer resources.
Research in Motion has surprised analysts with better-than-expected BlackBerry sales and a smaller quarterly loss than predicted.
Twitter's made changes to its API, restricting the creation of large-scale third party applications - and developers aren't at all happy about it.
Web developers could soon be able to start including interactive 3D in their applications, thanks to new standardization efforts.
Facebook's dropping its virtual currency, credits, and says it will now allow app developers to charge subscriptions.
Microsoft has been forced to apologize for a software programmers' convention in Norway that featured scantily-clad dancing girls and obscene songs.
Facebook's created an App Center - not so much a store, but a showcase where users can browse the best Android, iOS, mobile and web apps that integrate with the social network.
Dell is prepping a dev-centric laptop that runs Ubuntu 12.04 on XPS13 Ultrabook hardware.
RIM's released a prototype version of its upcoming phone for the BlackBerry 10 operating system, and is distributing around 2,000 to developers.
Google has tweaked its Google+ social network, claiming it's now more functional and flexible - but has riled developers by failing to give them any warning.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told developers attending BUILD that Windows 8 would be a "re-imagining" of Redmond's flagship operating system, with every other product "pivoting" around the long-awaited OS.