After first unveiling the concept in November last year, Microsoft is putting the finishing touches on its Windows Store for Business for Windows 10.
The Outlook team announced on its blog this week a redesign for its mobile application, which includes integrating the Sunrise calendar app within the email client.
Apple promised but failed to deliver app "thinning" technology in iOS 9 designed to reduce the drain apps have on phones with smaller memories, such as the recently released 16GB iPhone 6s, reported Larry Loeb, a blogger with InformationWeek.
I came across an interesting survey about app developers and the Internet of Things. Close to one-third of 675 app developers surveyed by Harbor Research feel "overwhelmed" by the data generated by the Internet of Things.
FierceCIO speaks with Otto Berkes, CTO at CA Technologies, about the firm's new study on "The Battle for Competitive Advantage in the App Economy" and what it means for the CIO.
Apple is expected to unveil an app development tool kit for Apple Watch at its Worldwide Developers Conference that begins on Monday, the New York Times reported.
About 1,500 iOS apps remain vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle decryption attack weeks after a vulnerable networking library was patched.
One obstacle to the promise of the Internet of Things is the lack of agreement on standards, with a number of groups competing to set the standard for IoT devices. Two of those groups--the Thread Group and the ZigBee Alliance--recently agreed to collaborate to enable the ZigBee Cluster Library to run over Thread networks.
Clean designs and simple, out-of-the-box usability--hallmarks of late cofounder Steve Jobs--pushed Apple to its current state as an industry leader. In that respect, Apple Watch is no different. Cupertino has worked closely with the companies who will launch day one apps to ensure everything goes according to plan.
Skyfence, a unit of security firm Imperva, is launching on Tuesday a new version of its Skyfence Cloud Gateway that helps IT not only uncover and secure cloud-based apps that business units are signing up for directly, without going through IT--a practice called "shadow IT."