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81 Samsung Developer Conference Slated For October
82 Adobe PhoneGap 3.0 Released
83 Tablet and Enterprise Apps on the Rise
84 Two in Three App Developers Not Breaking Even
85 Cuddly - Mobile Phone Reacts To Being Squeezed
86 Zend Survey of PHP Developers
87 Nokia Asha A New Mobile SDK
88 Where To Make Money From Apps
89 RunRev's Open Source LiveCode
90 No Official Twitter App for Ubuntu Phone
91 Teen Market is Cell Based
92 iOS Dominates The Enterprise
93 JQuery Mobile 1.3 For Responsive Web Design
94 Insights Into Mobile App Performance
95 Micron Patent Could Upset Apple
96 Revenue From Apps For iOS and Android
97 Canonical Wants Help With Ubuntu Phone Apps
98 15,000 Apps Submissions During Blackberry Port-a-Thon
99 Ford Extends Sync AppLink API
100 Mozilla-Style Web Apps With Mortar
101 Top 10 Smartphone Apps 2012
102 Ubuntu For Phones
103 RIM Strengthens Developer Commitment
104 Apple Patents Page Turning
105 Try Firefox OS On the Desktop
106 Android Reaches New Record Level
107 New Version of Xamarin.Mobile for WP8
108 The Mobile Industry - A Snapshot
109 Appeals Court Lifts Ban on Samsung Galaxy Nexus
110 Photo App For Eliminating Shake
111 jQuery Mobile 1.2 Released
112 Mobile Developers Still Prefer iOS
113 RIM - BlackBerry 10 Could Be Bigger Than Windows Phone 8
114 App Users Dislike Data Requests
115 Google Open Sources Java To Objective-C Translator
116 Latest on the Smartphone Landscape
117 Open webOS Back From The Dead With Beta 1
118 Samsung Hopes to Lift Ban on Galaxy Tab
119 Preferred Platforms for Mobile/Web Developers
120 Apple's Win Over Samsung - What Next
121 Google’s Motorola Seeks Import Ban On IPhone and iPad
122 Perceptions of Microsoft's Windows 8 Tablets
123 Digia Buys Qt Development Platform
124 Nokia Drops Qt
125 Apple Leading In the Mobile Enterprise
126 PhoneGap 2.0 Released
127 Apps for BlackBerry Dev Alpha Can Roll Out
128 Chirp - A New Way To Send Data
129 Eliminate Potholes With a Free App
130 Apple v Samsung Galaxy Nexus: A Programmer Reads the Patents
131 Cell Internet Use Jumps
132 Survey Reveals App Poverty Line
133 Game Of Phones
134 Samsung TecTiles - NFC Stickers to Program Your Phone
135 Making Apps Pay
136 Using a Second Screen Now the Norm
137 Native Apps Still Rule
138 How Much Do Apps Earn?
139 Blackberry Promises $10,000 for an App
140 jQuery Mobile 1.1
141 PhoneGap 1.6 Released
142 Amazon In-App Purchasing Officially Launched
143 To Bed - To Work or Sleep Soundly?
144 Amazon Trialling In-App Purchasing
145 iOS Tops Popularity Poll for Developers
146 Date set for Oracle v Google?
147 PhoneGap 1.5 Released
148 Smartphones Outnumber Basic Cell Phones in US
149 Mozilla's Boot To Gecko Has a Chance to Change Mobile Landscape
150 Oracle's Case Further Undermined As Gosling Patent Topples
151 Oracle v Google - Less Damages, Fewer Patents
152 Kids in the Age of the iPad
153 Oracle v Google Trial Could Start April
154 Windows Phone Marketplace Expands
155 Google's Bouncer Detects Malware
156 Windows Phone 8 - Silverlight Apps Are Legacy
157 WP7 Upgrades and WP8 - Silverlight or C++
158 Official Wikipedia Android App Uses PhoneGap
159 Google Style Guide for Android Apps
160 Smartphones, Apps and Advertising
161 Oracle v Google faces further delays
162 New Markets for WP7 Developers
163 Holo Theme Required for Ice Cream Sandwich
164 ChevronWP7 Sold Out - More WP7 Jailbreaks On the Way
165 PhoneGap 1.3 Released
166 How to Write an App
167 Face Swap App Puts WP7 Ahead?
168 Google App Inventor To Shut With No Alternative
169 Android Training
170 10 Billion Android App Downloads Analyzed
171 GeoSocial Apps - Not Popular?
172 Try WP7 via the Browser
173 BlackBerry Playbook Betas
174 ARM's Free Tools for Android
175 Developers Keen on Kindle Fire
176 Windows Phone 1 Year On
177 Microsoft Tempts Mobile App Devs with Incentives
178 jQuery Mobile 1.0 Ready to Use
179 ChevronWP7 - breaking out is hard to do
180 Ice Cream Sandwich Source Code Released
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