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Developers can embed Skype for Business capabilities into any iOS, Android apps with new SDK Preview

Skype for Business App SDK Preview is now available for developers, and that means Skype's instant messaging, audio and video capabilities can be embedded into any iOS and Android app using the software development kit.

RevTwo unveils SDK for iOS that lets mobile app users get help from peers, pros

Startup RevTwo unveiled Wednesday its mobile app software development kit for iOS that allows users to to communicate with other users and developers of particular mobile apps.

Good, Microsoft team for enterprise mobility push

Good Technology announced several efforts Tuesday to optimize mobile computing on Windows Phones and other Microsoft devices.

Samsung says overheating issue with Gear VR headset fixed

Samsung says that the overheating issue with its Gear VR virtual reality headset has been largely solved in the run-up to release of the headset to consumers next month, reports Re/code.

News Scan: Marketing industry split on location data; European firms dislike BYOD; more

Quick rundown on the latest moble IT news for Monday, 3/17 including: how and why the marketing industry is unsure of location data, how security (among other reasons) is causing almost half of European firms to reject BYOD, rumors of a coming 8GB iPhone 5c, the rise of mobile video calling and the SDK for Google Play Games gets an upgrade.

Has RIM compromised too much by enabling Android apps on PlayBook?

Research In Motion's (NASDAQ: RIMM) decision to give the BlackBerry PlayBook support for Android applications is a Catch-22 for the company. It's looking to create a huge hit with its tablet, which

Developer complains about PlayBook SDK; RIM promises to do better

A seasoned smartphone app developer has ranted in a blog about his frustrating experience working with Research In Motion's (NASDAQ: RIMM) PlayBook SDK, which he says is poorly designed. Jamie Murai

Developers growing impatient over lack of Android updates

It appears that third-party software developers are getting increasing frustrated over the lack of information pertaining to the status of the platform. Nicholas Gramlich, who runs the