Developers in China say slow connection speeds to Apple's overseas servers forced them to download its Xcode dev tools from unofficial (and malware-infected) sources - but Apple is now making changes.
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After ditching its Xbox Music brand, and relaunching the music service as 'Groove', Microsoft has rolled out its new app to Android, and launched an updated site, including web player functionality.
Apple services, including its iOS and Mac App Stores, have been hit by a major global outage for several hours - although the company seems to be pretending that it's all business as usual.
At the launch of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, the company has announced that the iTunes App Store is now home to a massive 1.3 million apps, available across its iOS devices.
From bad design to buggy code, Apple has a list of reasons for rejecting apps from being released to the iTunes app store and now the company has revealed the most common ones on its website.
A group of parents has received approval to proceed with a class action lawsuit against Apple, claiming that the company failed to protect children from the lure of costly in-app purchases.
Earlier today Google announced “Google Catalogs” a free application, which allows tablet users to browse digital versions of their favorite print catalogs. The application enables users to subscribe to paper-free versions of their favorite catalogs...
Mozilla's first iPhone application, Firefox Home, is now available in the iTunes app store after making it through Apple's application approval process. The free application (iTunes link), which allows users to view their Firefox desktop history,...
Microsoft has an important message for Windows Mobile developers: don't worry about hitting the 99 cent price point. This message comes out of a series of developer camps in Redmond where Microsoft is stressing that...