IBM's Identity Mixer enables developers to build apps that protect consumer privacy and combat identity theft.
The vendor's "Boltzmann Initiative" includes new compilers for C++ and CUDA, which will enable developers to port their software to AMD's platform.
At its annual Connect(); developer event, Microsoft introduced new tools and services for a variety of platforms, from Windows to iOS and Android.
Xamarin delivers Xamarin 4, the latest version of its enterprise mobility platform that addresses the entire mobile app dev life cycle.
Sencha delivered an early access preview of its new Visual Studio plug-in and also joined Microsoft's Visual Studio ecosystem at a top level.
A recent Evans Data survey shows that developer adoption of Windows 10 has grown more that 645 percent in the last six months.
Microsoft teams up with Code.org on a Minecraft tutorial for the Hour of Code to help youngsters further their interest in computer science.
IBM's new developerWorks subscription offering provides an all-access pass to Big Blue's cloud-based tools and services for developers.
After entering beta at Salesforce.com's Dreamforce conference in September, the Cloud9 IDE for Salesforce has shipped.
Sponsored by IBM, the event is expected to bring together more than 100,000 developers worldwide to compete for $150,000 in prizes.
IBM announces new, intelligent matchmaking technology to help organizations navigate the API Economy.
Bluetooth has delivered a new toolset called the Bluetooth Developer Studio to speed up development of Internet of Things (IoT) apps and products.
Wipro, an international IT consultant and systems integrator, is teaming up with IBM to use Bluemix as a cloud development platform of choice.
Xamarin acquired RoboVM to enable developers to build native iOS and Android apps in Java as well as the previously supported C# language.
At ZendCon 2015, Zend Technologies announced a suite of products and services to prepare developers for PHP 7.