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Do you use two-factor authentication with your Google account?

by Jimmy Westenberg 13 hours ago0 comments
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T-Mobile still has fastest 4G LTE speeds, while Verizon, AT&T slowly recover

by Robert Triggs 15 hours ago0 comments
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5 ways phones can still be unique in the bezel-less age

by Robert Triggs 4 days ago0 comments
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After Assistant dominated CES, what’s next for Bixby?

by Robert Triggs 4 days ago0 comments
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I want to develop Android Apps – What languages should I learn?

Developing Android apps can be rewarding, both personally and financially. Assuming you have a certain level of technical knowledge then it is possible to develop Android apps yourself. ...
by Adam SinickiAugust 24, 2017

Become a developer with about 92 hours of classes and pay what you want for it!

Today the AA Deals Store has a learning bundle that promises to have you coding in about 92 hours of class time. Surely, that sounds expensive, but it's super cheap.
by AA DealsNovember 25, 2015

Deal: Learn the basics in HTML, CSS and more for free with this Mammoth Developer Bundle

Right now in the AA Deals Store, you can learn the core languages and fundamentals in web development for free with the Mammoth Interactive 5-Hour Developer Bundle.
by AA DealsAugust 31, 2015

HTML5 vs Native Android App

The HTML5 vs native app development debate is still as valid in 2015 as it was 5 years ago. We dissect the pros and cons of both, and discuss hybrid apps.
by Obaro OgboMay 27, 2015
 
 

YouTube now defaults all videos to HTML5 on the web

YouTube has finally began defaulting all videos on the web to HTML5. The standard reduces bandwidth consumption, helps alter resolution streaming on the fly, and much more.
by Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 27, 2015

Google and Microsoft square off over Windows Phone Youtube app

Microsoft claims that Google is purposely blocking its YouTube app for Windows Phone, following a dispute over in-app advertising and video downloading.
by Robert TriggsAugust 16, 2013

How Chromecast works: HTML5, WebRTC, and the technology behind casting

Chromecast is cheap, simple and sold out nearly everywhere. The fact that it's so hard to get only adds fuel to the HDMI media streaming device's hype. We've already stated that ...
by Derek RossJuly 26, 2013

Android developer revenue closing in on iOS

VisionMobile's recent Developer Economics survey has found that the app revenue gap between Android and iOS is shrinking, and Windows isn't doing too bad either.
by Robert TriggsJuly 17, 2013

Will Firefox OS change the face of smartphone operating systems?

Although Firefox is targeting the budget market with its yet unreleased smartphones, will Firefox OS cause a stir in the mobile ecosystem? What could it mean for other mobile operating ...
by Robert TriggsMay 7, 2013

Mozilla to launch Firefox OS in emerging markets first, holding off US launch until 2014

When exactly is Firefox OS going to countries like the US and certain places in Europe? Kovacs said that it won’t happen until some time in 2014.
by David GonzalesApril 15, 2013
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