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bralphye
3 days ago

My company wants us to start providing our services through Android apps. What's the best book for learning Android development?

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AppDevGuy
1 week ago

When does the registration period end for Google I/O, and does anyone know how much the fees are?

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aiden
1 week ago

As anyone who has watched the fascinating documentary on Helvetica knows, the choice of font for anything written is important. Is there any objective...

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tswayne
1 week ago

When recording audio files for a website, what sampling rate and sample resolution are adequate for visitors to hear decent sound quality? I’m looking at...

marshall203
3 weeks ago

I had taken a backup of my SQL Server database, but now I'm unable to restore data from it or somehow it has got corrupted. Is there any solution to recover...

PapaRiver
4 weeks ago

Are there any “rules of thumb” to follow that will help make a website more attractive to visitors? Some things are obvious, such as avoid clutter and...

landon
4 weeks ago

At a meeting today, we were talking about developing a more mobile friendly website to reflect the way people are actually accessing websites today. There...

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jamesedlind
5 weeks ago

I am new in developing field and I wanted to know about the apps that are beneficial for the customers so that I can try making these type of apps .

ehtan
5 weeks ago

It used to be a truism that iOS apps generated developers more income than the same app would on other platforms. Is this still true, or has Android caught...

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nchristine
8 weeks ago

Google announced that it has been working on Project Tango, an ability to capture 3D environments using a smartphone. That’s neat, I suppose, but what...

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The tech world has always been long on power and short on thinking about the ramifications of this power. If it can be built, there will always be someone who will build it without contemplating a safer, saner way of doing so, let alone whether the technology should even be built in the first place. The software gets written. Who cares where and how it's used? That's a task for somebody in some corner office.
In today's accessible technology roundup: Google wants to embed cameras in contact lenses, Apple gets a patent for a new GUI for touch devices to improve accessibility and a hacker develops a virtual cane for the blind
The space agency has published a catalog of its software being made available to the public, and it includes code for things other than flying a rocket to the moon
Microsoft pays some companies to produce Windows 8 versions of their products. Without this type of financial assistance, or various other incentives, is Windows 8 and especially Windows Phone development worth the effort?
In today's accessible technology roundup: UK researchers find Google Glass helps Parkinson’s sufferers, a new wheelchair that can be controlled with facial expressions and a guide for using text alternatives to images on websites
Ever wish you could get your hands on the software that NASA used to launch its Apollo lunar missions or to get robots working on Mars? If so, NASA has something for you.
Story mapping offers a visualization of the steps, or stories, which make up a software development project. This conversation with several experts on the topic discusses how story mapping works, how maps are created and how stakeholders benefit from seeing the lay of the land.
In today's accessible technology roundup: The impact of ARIA on screen reader developers, Quail could be threatened by software patents and how to choose an accessible color palette
An argument between developers of some of the most basic parts of Linux turned heated this week, resulting in a prominent Red Hat employee and code contributor being banned from working on the Linux kernel.
A new study of the questions asked on Stack Exchange reveals what issues are giving web developers headaches

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