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Pixate lets designers prototype native mobile apps without writing code

The service works with Android and iOS devices

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Salesforce.com gives mobile app development a 'Lightning' strike

The next generation of the Salesforce1 platform is announced at Dreamforce

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API usage could be a new source of business intelligence

How customers use a company's APIs could provide valuable insights, one industry expert advises

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Simpler back-end integration on mobile apps aim as IBM and Xamarin collaborate

IBM has integrated Worklight with Xamarin's mobile development platform

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Micron provides a software view into new co-processor

A software kit for programmers should give developers an idea how the co-processor could work

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Intel developer kit focuses on IoT market

Intel's XDK IoT Edition SDK also makes management of power-constrained IoT devices easier

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Ellison pushes Oracle's new cloud platform hard, but questions linger

'We're just getting started' in the cloud, Ellison said

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Mobile developers get offline sync in new Amazon SDK

The upgraded SDK makes extensive use of Amazon's Cognito service for user identity and data sync

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Oracle unveils Alta, a next-generation user interface

A mobile app creation tool for business users is also in the works

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Oracle expanding depth of its cloud development platform

Six new services are in the works, but no availability date was released

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Qualcomm hopes to attract developers with mobile TV and digital glasses SDKs

Developers can download the LTE Broadcast SDK and sign up for a beta test of the Vuforia SDK for Digital Eyewear

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Google wants to enrich offline browsing with new standard

A proposed browser standard, Service Workers, could bring rich offline functionality to Web applications, Google executives say.

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Dropbox upgrades API for its lightweight app databases

Apps that tap Dropbox's Datastore API can now let their users share the stored data with other people