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Android Studio development platform heading towards full release

A new beta version is now available for download

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Google woos cloud developers with new tools

Google now offers debugging, tracing and monitoring tools for apps running on Google Cloud Platform

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Build mobile apps directly within the Firefox browser

A new code editor from Mozilla allows developers to build and test mobile apps from within a browser window

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Android developers craving new tools, hardware at Google I/O

The conference kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday

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USENIX: Unstable code can lead to security vulnerabilities

Program compilers can inadvertently erase code, causing all sorts of hard-to-find performance problems and security issues

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Oregon closer to suing Oracle over Obamacare website woes

The state is playing the blame game, according to Oracle

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CA gets into cloud management of IT services

CA Cloud Service Management provides a central location to manage an organization's use of external cloud services

Preview cutting-edge Internet Explorer features early with new test build browser

The Internet Explorer Developer Channel will offer an early glimpse into the next version of Internet Explorer

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You won't believe what programming language this Wall Street firm uses

The Caml functional programming language provided Jane Street with powerful error-catching capabilities

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Google open sources PDF software library

The PDF application will be used in Google's Chrome browser, replacing a closed-source component.

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WibiData launches big-data platform for personalized retail

WibiRetail represents the new wave of applications that take advantage of Hadoop

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Google engineer: We need more Web programming languages

The creator behind Google Dart showed developers at QCon some other nascent Web development languages

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Mobile app data collection poses risks for enterprises, Gartner says

Consumer data collected through mobile devices should be considered a full 'citizen' of companies' data infrastructure