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Project your Android phone's screen onto a larger display

Learn three ways to get your Android phone display onto a large overhead screen so you can show off your killer app during your next demo or presentation. Read more

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The Real SaaS Manifesto

Check out this white paper to learn the true definition of Software-as-a-Service, and discover what you could be missing out on.


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Developer news: Go 1, FileMaker 12, IE10 Compact Inspector

Read about Appcelerator Titanium 2.0, MAVIS, whether to make a "full" site vs. a mobile site, RubyTeach 2012, Eclipse Spring Training, and more. Read more

Windows Phone 7: The OS/2 of this generation?

With the highly-capable Nokia Lumia 900 off to a shaky start, the long-term trajectory of Windows Phone 7 remains as uncertain as ever. Read more

Continue to test and measure ad performance for your Android app

If you plan to monetize your Android app with advertising, it's wise to continually test and measure which ad networks are performing well for it. Read more

Microsoft's new open source initiative

Microsoft has formed the Microsoft Open Technologies arm and is ready to help facilitate the relationship between open source and MS. Are you ready to don your tinfoil cap? Here is Jack Wallen's take. Read more

MuirWebs develops private app store option

Erik Eckel introduces one solution to the "app store problem" for those in enterprise IT who need more control in software management -- the private app store. Read more

Does your flashlight app know where you are? Probing Android permissions

Android permissions are difficult to understand. Michael Kassner interviews a research team using the "wisdom of the crowd" to clarify what a permission actually does. Read more

Are sysadmins and Google evil hackers?

Do almost half of systems administrators read the emails of their co-workers? And has Google found a way into the content-management system of News Limited? Read more


Featured multimedia

 

Cracking Open the HTC Titan II

Bill Detwiler cracks open the HTC Titan II. Inside the Windows Phone 7.5 handset, he found hardware from Qualcomm, Samsung, Broadcom and others. View on site



Today's recommended downloads

Security Management: Staying Out Of Your Way (EMC Corporation)

S4 Matrix: Managing at a Higher Level (Hewlett-Packard (HP))

The Benefits of Remote Monitoring and Management (LabTech Software)

Optimizing Your Virtual Platform Without Messing it Up (Condusiv Technologies)

Blade Servers: Easier Management, Better Power Usage and Quicker ROI (Hewlett-Packard (HP))


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