Adobe Systems has acquired Business Catalyst, which provides a platform for Web professionals to build online businesses.
Google moved to boost its Android mobile device software platform this week by offering developers a kit that enables them to call native code from Android applications.
Palm, which has limited the availability of a software development kit for its Palm Pre device despite the unit being on the market since June 6, now says it has a goal of widespread availabilty of the SDK later this summer.
Mozilla is releasing a preview of Firefox 3.5, which will further delay the release of the final version of the browser.
Mozilla has unveiled an open-source project intended to explore new ways the extend and personalize the Web through Firefox browser add-ons.
Everypoint's new mobile application platform, Nemo, is intended to give Java-based phones iPhone visual capabilities.
Don't expect a the gift of Flash or Java on your iPhone this holiday season.
Adobe Systems in October plans to launch a private pilot program for its "Genesis" mashup technology.
Even as Google prepares to launch its own mobile computing platform, a company executive heaped praise on Apple’s iPhone Thursday.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt touched on the ongoing Yahoo-Microsoft dealings and the Android mobile platform during a Wednesday speech in San Francisco.
Microsoft plans to enable the Python and Ruby languages to be used for client-side development of rich Internet applications that leverage the company’s Silverlight browser plug-in technology.
Google's eye-catching demonstration of an early Android-enabled mobile phone Wednesday appeared to mimic Apple's iPhone.
Sun continues to pursue talks with Apple to have Java applications run on Apple's iPhone while acknowledging a third party's efforts toward the same goal.