Hubbl (still) says app discovery is broken but that contextual advertising could fix it.
His job will be to get the game mojo back for Rovio
Editor's Pick "There are a few things that are critically missing. One is tooling support. The second is operability. Because those two things don't exist, people are falling back to native. It's not that HTML5 isn't ready; it's that the ecosystem doesn't support it."
During the mobile platforms session at Demo Mobile, 5 startups pitched their technology to "build your mobile business on."
Editor's Pick Educational organization iD Tech Camps is using the block-building game to teach science and math skills.
Why choose the Appstore? First, Kindles are still selling like hotcakes. Second, everyone with an Amazon account can buy apps in a single click. Third, globalization is now a relatively easy option.
This launch gives developers the full Twilio bag of tricks, now with full integration with Japanese carriers. And yes, all the documentation has been translated into Japanese, too.
Cue all kinds of Facebook social graph mapping jokes.
"They wanted a way for anyone on the team to be able to jump into the codebase immediately without having to wrestle with updating software packages or installing new libraries."
How does an all-expenses-paid trip to Redwood City, Calif., for a month-long entrepreneurship course with Silicon Valley developers and designers sound?
With Microsoft planning to end support for its Silverlight video plugin by 2021, Netflix has begun to shift towards using HTML5 for video playback.
Guest Post Players want their games available on any device. HTML 5 has the power to deliver them to their PCs, their consoles, and their mobile devices.
Editor's Pick Who wants to go to college if you can start earning money right away?
Editor's Pick "I have two kids, nine and six, a boy and a girl. And they're exposed to so much technology. But their schools haven't changed in 50 years. They're teaching the same stuff in different ways."
The Tynker Learning Platform, which uses its own visual programming language, is focused on bringing better STEM education tools into classrooms
Virtual reality isn't all magic and sci-fi -- at least not when you take a closer look.
AppGratis CEO Simon Dawlat spoke out today about his flagship app being pulled from the iOS app store. And what he has to say should make every developer very, very nervous about putting apps on Apple's app store.
"All the kids are from at-risk homes. These kids have never coded before, and I’ve talked to them in person, and I’m 99 percent confident we will be able to place them in jobs."
"Most app makers are trustworthy," the ad says. "However, in the wrong hands, who knows what they'll do with your info?"
Storm8 has more than 400 million downloads and 10 million daily mobile gamers. Chief executive Perry Tam says it did that by being bold.