Archives: June 2013

Facebook's Android app snags your mobile number the moment you launch it

June 28, 2013
Facebook says it will fix the issue, but the company is testing users' tolerance for poor data security
Read more »

Developers ramping up for Microsoft Windows Store apps

June 28, 2013
Trailing iOS and Android, Microsoft makes major effort to engage with developers and boost Windows Store app numbers
Read more »

Build 2013: Microsoft renews its relationship with developers

June 28, 2013
At annual conference, Microsoft put developers front and center, showing it's more open to working with partners to ease coders' work
Read more »

Internet of things makes strange bedfellows of Oracle and Salesforce

June 28, 2013
The next big wave of computing is uniting old rivals and even shifting Oracle away from its old cloud strategy
Read more »

Microsoft tunes Windows Azure cloud for developers

June 28, 2013
At Build conference, company debuts Azure Mobile Services for mobile back-end app capabilities, Azure Web Sites for 'business-grade' Web apps
Read more »

Mixed messages, contradictory claims trip up Gartner, Cisco, and Apple

June 28, 2013
Confusion reigns in Gartner's about-face on Microsoft, Cisco's payback in China, and iPhone's conflicting share in India
Read more »

Mobile developers see big rise in demand for enterprise apps

June 27, 2013
Survey also finds that developers are most interested in building iPhone and iPad apps than developing for fragmented Android
Read more »

Microsoft broadens Bing beyond simple search

June 27, 2013
Following in Google's and Apple's footsteps, Bing is now central service for stitching together Internet-powered services with local apps
Read more »

Facebook may have leaked data for users and nonusers alike

June 27, 2013
Security company Packet Storm criticizes Facebook for downplaying bug that allowed access to potentially sensitive information
Read more »

Microsoft Build: No Moscone mojo on Apple's and Google's turf

June 26, 2013
Other than a Bing surprise, the attempt to tweak major rivals where they fete programmers falls flat as Microsoft unveils little of consequence to Windows developers
Read more »
©1994-2014 Infoworld, Inc.