Within days of the Super Bowl, researchers at mobile gateway provider Wandera have apparently discovered a severe vulnerability in the National Football League's mobile app.
Microsoft announced Windows 10, a sweeping change to its operating system for PCs, tablets and phones. If you were expecting new APIs and SDKs, however, the news isn't good.
Developers have taken a shine to Apple's Swift programming language, which can be used instead of Objective-C to write iPhone apps.
Despite Instagram having fixed an API vulnerability, supposedly private photos are still vulnerable to unauthorized access thus proving how difficult API security can be.
Under Armour has a new health and fitness app and wants developers’ help in making it succeed. The company released a new API, too, so developers can enrich the user experience.
With 2014 in the books, we take a final look back at the stories of 2014 that captured your attention. Here is a recap of the 25 most popular stories of the year.