Intel has acquired appMobi's HTML5 developer tools division and related technical staff in an effort to strengthen its presence in the mobile software market. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Intel is boosting its presence in the mobile application developers market with the purchase of appMobi's HTML5 developer tools and hired away from appMobi, according to a report by TechCrunch.
AppMobi introduced storeView, a free, cloud-based reporting service that offers hybrid HTML5 and PhoneGap developers aggregated cross-platform app store analytics data.
AppMobi is launching HTML5-based game Boom Town simultaneously across the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android and Facebook platforms. Built in six weeks using the ImpactJs game...
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Mobile software development platform provider appMobi unveiled MobiUs, a mobile web app browser developed expressly to run applications written in HTML5. According to appMobi, MobiUs works as a
Mobile software development platform provider appMobi released its free PhoneGap Mobile App XDK toolset, promising full support for the open-source PhoneGap framework, recently recommended by