Google's Chromebooks are about go get a whole lot better. The company today said Chromebooks will soon be able to run Linux in a virtual machine, where developers can code and even deploy Android apps directly to Chrome. Google says this is all about listening to its power users
DeepEarth, a new map control that integrates Microsoft's Virtual Earth mapping service (our Virtual Earth API Profile) with the Silverlight 2.0 framework, is now available as an open source project on CodePlex.
It’s hard to see how a mobile application development environment is viable these days without some sort of mobile backend-as-a-service (MBaaS) platform to accompany it. The latest provider of a mobile development platform to make such an effort is Kony, which this week launched the Kony Mobile Backend-as-a-Service platform.