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121 Apple Leading In the Mobile Enterprise
122 PhoneGap 2.0 Released
123 Apps for BlackBerry Dev Alpha Can Roll Out
124 Chirp - A New Way To Send Data
125 Eliminate Potholes With a Free App
126 Apple v Samsung Galaxy Nexus: A Programmer Reads the Patents
127 Cell Internet Use Jumps
128 Survey Reveals App Poverty Line
129 Game Of Phones
130 Samsung TecTiles - NFC Stickers to Program Your Phone
131 Making Apps Pay
132 Using a Second Screen Now the Norm
133 Native Apps Still Rule
134 How Much Do Apps Earn?
135 Blackberry Promises $10,000 for an App
136 jQuery Mobile 1.1
137 PhoneGap 1.6 Released
138 Amazon In-App Purchasing Officially Launched
139 To Bed - To Work or Sleep Soundly?
140 Amazon Trialling In-App Purchasing
141 iOS Tops Popularity Poll for Developers
142 Date set for Oracle v Google?
143 PhoneGap 1.5 Released
144 Smartphones Outnumber Basic Cell Phones in US
145 Mozilla's Boot To Gecko Has a Chance to Change Mobile Landscape
146 Oracle's Case Further Undermined As Gosling Patent Topples
147 Oracle v Google - Less Damages, Fewer Patents
148 Kids in the Age of the iPad
149 Oracle v Google Trial Could Start April
150 Windows Phone Marketplace Expands
151 Google's Bouncer Detects Malware
152 Windows Phone 8 - Silverlight Apps Are Legacy
153 WP7 Upgrades and WP8 - Silverlight or C++
154 Official Wikipedia Android App Uses PhoneGap
155 Google Style Guide for Android Apps
156 Smartphones, Apps and Advertising
157 Oracle v Google faces further delays
158 New Markets for WP7 Developers
159 Holo Theme Required for Ice Cream Sandwich
160 ChevronWP7 Sold Out - More WP7 Jailbreaks On the Way
161 PhoneGap 1.3 Released
162 How to Write an App
163 Face Swap App Puts WP7 Ahead?
164 Google App Inventor To Shut With No Alternative
165 Android Training
166 10 Billion Android App Downloads Analyzed
167 GeoSocial Apps - Not Popular?
168 Try WP7 via the Browser
169 BlackBerry Playbook Betas
170 ARM's Free Tools for Android
171 Developers Keen on Kindle Fire
172 Windows Phone 1 Year On
173 Microsoft Tempts Mobile App Devs with Incentives
174 jQuery Mobile 1.0 Ready to Use
175 ChevronWP7 - breaking out is hard to do
176 Ice Cream Sandwich Source Code Released
177 Android NDK updated
178 Mobile App Usage Greatest Among Young Adults
179 Gingerbread now top flavor of Android
180 It's Really Quick to Make a Mobile App!
181 Nokia' s First Windows Phone
182 Ice Cream Sandwich SDK available
183 Callback and PhoneGap Build
184 Oracle wants injuction against Android - what would that mean?
185 The Madness of ChevronWP7 - More a Parole Than a Jailbreak
186 Android Ice Cream Sandwich arrives!
187 Siri for iPhone 4S
188 Nitobi acquired by Adobe - a Flash move
189 PhoneGap Build in Open Beta
190 Mozilla WebAPI - a universal phone app
191 PhoneGap making changes
192 JQuery Mobile RC 1.0 released
193 Growth predicted for health iPhone apps
194 Symbian to Windows Phone 7 conversion
195 Bada, the fourth mobile OS, to go open source
196 Top Android apps revealed
197 Employers are seeking Android developers
198 How HTML5 adoption impacts Apple
199 AWS Mobile SDKs exit beta
200 PhoneGap for Windows Phone7
201 China - a vast new Android market opens up
202 Froyo still dominates in Android market
203 iOS on Windows, Android and Linux
204 Windows Phone 7 decoded - past, present and future
205 What makes a Droid different from an iOS?
206 Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit
207 More data on Smartphone use
208 App Inventor Returns to MIT
209 Google buys Motorola Mobility
210 Google drops App Inventor
211 OpenSense SDK available to HTC devs
212 Amazon Appstore makes developers unhappy
213 PhoneGap 1.0 - the smart way to create apps?
214 Freemium games pay better
215 Google reduces Android fragmentation
216 Windows Phone Developers Get New App Hub Features
217 FDA to scrutinize mobile medical apps
218 Android 3.2 - getting closer to a single OS
219 Patent troll or paper tiger
220 More Patent Problems for Android devs
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