"Disavow links" sounds like a D&D spell, but it's actually a way for search engines and webmasters to seek out and destroy spam sites.
It seems like birds don't fly the nest at Twitter, they just keep making the nest bigger. The social network acquired Cabana today hoping the team will serve its third party developers.
Tomorrow, the Paris-based company that built MasterCard's PayPass API and counts McDonalds and Reeboks as its mobile commerce clients will release the Airtag Kit: a full collection of everything developers need to start building mobile payment apps.
Cloud app marketplace startup AppDirect has acquired leading open-source billing provider jBilling, the two companies announced Tuesday.
Perfecto Mobile clearly wants to cement its position as the premiere way for developers to easily test mobile apps across a variety of phones.
IT departments are hoarding thousands of abandoned and little-used applications, often referred to as "Zombie applications."
Geoloqi, the location-focused startup co-founded by “cyborg anthropologist” Amber Case, has been acquired by Esri.
Esri’s a longtime player in the mapping, geographic information systems (GIS) and geolocation arena — it was actually founded way the heck back in 1969 …
Facebook has announced the winners of its around-the-world hackathon: Three teams from a diverse smattering of countries around the globe.
Today, Google launched a new developer dashboard for Android devs and all their Google Play-bound apps.
TinyCo's affiliate revenue program is generating money for developer partners.
You can now play 15 games on a TV via MHL cables.
Another year, another chance to throw a rubber sphere at the Twilio guys' heads. For a good cause, of course.
Can Famo.us make the web run faster? A cool demo suggests yes.
Firefox is getting a new social sidebar, and the first service to use it will be Facebook Messenger.
When Twitter bought mobile A/B testing creator Clutch.io just two months ago, the team behind Clutch promised to open source the components behind both their A/B testing tool, and the company's mobile development framework.
Facebook has been taking heat for eons over its mobile strategy, and this news is likely to send certain analysts through the roof: The social network's first-ever interface for mobile ads, which launched October 3, was the work of a couple interns.
Two academically inclined tinkerers made this cool tool for hardware hackers to collaborate and share their designs free of charge.
In addition, VentureBeat has discovered, Authentec has discontinued both the original security software and its replacement ... and deleted the evidence from its website (though not from Google's cache).
As of today, Google is allowing developers to build free trial periods into their subscription apps.
Enterprise cloud storage business Box has announced a new HTML5 embeddable framework called “Box Embed” that will let more people access Box’s service through other applications, the company said today.