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Telerik frees HTML5 collection of components

The package includes all the features in the commercial Kendo UI Mobile package

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Developers get access to more Sony camera features

The Camera Remote SDK allows access to settings such as touch autofocus and exposure

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Gnome Foundation faces cash crunch over women outreach program

The foundation oversees the free and open source Gnome desktop environment

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Nokia app developers get some new imaging tricks

The latest version of Nokia's Imaging SDK has new image stabilization and editing features

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Microsoft's easy WYSIWYG App Studio tool now creates universal Windows apps

The tool fits right it with Microsoft's new universal app initiative.

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SAP wants to make business users head-over-heels for HANA with new MOOC

The course is free of charge and follows one launched for developers last year

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Unity beta program helps game developers with Windows Phone 8.1

Unity for Windows Phone 8.1 is available for experienced developers

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Microsoft open sources Windows Library for JavaScript

The Windows WinJS JavaScript library can now be used to help build apps for non-Microsoft browsers

Windows can't keep partying like it's 1999

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Microsoft will use its Build developer conference to talk about innovations for its flagship OS

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Red Hat adds Nginx and MongoDB to Software Collections update

Version 1.1 of Red Hat's package for developers that want the latest is available as a beta

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Facebook's Hack programming language builds code safety into PHP

Hack pairs PHP's ease with the safety controls of older languages

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Marmalade spreads iOS games to Android

The company's new Juice tool lets developers use Objective-C but still offer apps on Android tablets and smartphones

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Ex-head of troubled health insurance site developed by Oracle may sue, citing 'cover-up'

State officials allegedly tried to shift blame for Cover Oregon's woes to Oracle and the ex-health authority CIO