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MoSync Aug 15

MoSync: App Development Made Easier

MoSync is an open source SDK, which is a rich cross-platform mobile application development environment that makes it easy to develop apps for all major mobile platforms from a single code base. One…

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Codename One: A Cross-Device Platform for Mobile App Development

The proud boast of Codename One developers is, “Write once, run anywhere native mobile apps.” And it works exactly that way. You can use your existing Java skills to target iOS, Android and…

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A Brief Note on the Next Generation of Mobile Apps

Mobile devices have become ubiquitous. In many cases, mobiles perform the work expected of a PC. Hence, there is a need for us to take a long, hard look at the next generation…

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Virtkick Hassle-free Access to the Cloud

Virtkick is a single-click cloud management centre. It is user friendly, and makes cloud computing easy and manageable. You can create a virtual machine (VM) with Virtkick with just five clicks. It has…

Demystifying the Mobile Backend-as-a-Service

Mobile and Web app developers now have reason to cheer, with the evolution of the Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) model. This article takes you through its intricacies. Abbreviations like IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and…

Video Review: Samsung Galaxy Joins the Android Bandwagon

Samsung Galaxy is the first Samsung phone running Android OS. It features 3.2-inch touch-sensitive AMOLED screen with a resolution of 320×480 pixels, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 8GB internal memory and microSDHC card slot.

Video Review: HTC Hero Rises and Shines

HTC has launched their HTC Hero in the Indian market. It has been a while since we had been bombarded by “leaked” photo shots and demo videos. What makes the news all the more exciting is the belief among the community that HTC has finally managed to achieve with the hero, what Android had lacked till date.

MOTOBLUR – The Latest Android Based Social Media Monster

In their bid to customize the open source operating system, Motorola has come up with a completely different UI, christened MOTOBLUR. It is interesting to note how much social media has affected today’s mobile interface designs, living proofs being the NOKIA N97, HTC Hero and MOTOROLA DEXT.

The Magic Cupcake Effect

A new device and an upgraded operating system… is that enough for Android to finally make its presence felt in a highly competitive mobile phone market?

Waiting for the Android Effect!

It has been around for more than a year, but is Android set to make open source the standard for mobile phone operating systems? We take a closer look.

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