Maybe a bit late to the party, but Opera is finally getting in on the rearranging action for extensions on the toolbar, although you'll have to be happy installing the developer version for now.
During an interview, the creator of Lawbreakers, which is a new fast-paced shooting game on console and PC, spoke about why he felt the game received such a tepid response from the gaming community.
During an interview, the developer of the critically acclaimed Aaero discussed why he felt the community has unfairly targeted Xbox with near constant backlash since the reveal of the Xbox One.
A popular Linux distro has become the subject of controversy after one of the packages available was mirrored through an objectively offensive address - but the host cited 'freedom' in his defense.
During an exchange with the co-founder of Hiri David Founder, it was found that Linux users might be more frugal, but if they want to support a product, their generosity knows no bounds.
In a move that is very rare for developers of a blockbuster game, 343 Industries has given a community driven project the legal backing as announced by the creators of the Halo-based game.
Microsoft's cross platform Visual Studio Code editor can now be installed via a snap package on Linux distributions which support it. The main benefits are built in dependencies and auto-updates.
An ambitious developer has built a Game Boy emulator for the Apple Watch. The emulator is just a proof of concept and isn't perfect, but makes interesting use of the watch's digital crown.
Opera has begun implementing project Reborn into its developer stream builds. Initially, the browser maker has added two new themes & fixed the sidebar to the browser window and made it more powerful.
Windows Insiders running Insider Preview build 15019 can get an early glimpse of Project Neon by downloading the Interop Unlock Tools app. The build introduced early Project Neon APIs and elements.
Today saw the first opening of an Apple iOS Developer Academy based in Naples, Italy. The program is designed to aid and encourage iOS ecosystem development and comes after a joint investment of €10m.
Google announced the controversial decision to kill Chrome apps on every platform other than ChromeOS, but your hard work might be saved with a package that turns Chrome apps into Electron apps.
Google has released its Awareness APIs that will allow developers to build context-aware apps that will intelligently react to user context. The APIs are available via Google Play services.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.
With promotions and developer showcases and upcoming title previews, Microsoft is launching ID@Xbox Game Fest, a month-long celebration of the ID@Xbox developer program.
Opera has released a new version of their web browser into their developer channel, bringing with it a number of improvements as well as a major new feature, the ability to mute tabs.
A recent announcement from the Google Play team unveils support for 100MB APK files for application developers. The update aims to increase the quality and capability of apps on the Google Store.
Windows Phone developer Rudy Huyn is taking a new position at Dropbox. Although the technical lead position will have him headquartered in San Francisco, he insists this will not effect his apps.
Microsoft announces Office UI Fabric, a mobile-first and responsive framework for developers to help create add-ins for the Office 365 suite of applications and web-based applications.
Microsoft has released a new SDK build for developers, Windows 10 SDK build 10158. The new Windows build and SDK come a month before the release of the retail version.
If you were looking for an awesome and fluid music player which follows the Modern UI, search no further, veteran Neowin member Raphaël Godart has the perfect answer to your demands.
Three apps were removed from the Windows Phone Store last week. Two of them returned a couple of days ago while the third, VLC Remote has returned now; it's still unclear why it was unpublished.
TeamViewer, Opera Mini and VLC Remote have been removed from the Windows Phone Store. While TeamViewer will probably be back with an update, the news regarding the other two apps isn't all that good.
HTC has begun rolling out the Lollipop update to Developer and Unlocked versions of its One M8 flagship, but says that the update is still "going through the certification process" for the One M7.
VLC is a very popular media player that many of us depend on, and after mysteriously disappearing from the App store following the release of iOS 8, the app is ready to return in early 2015.
Since the smartphone era started, the message has been of an app 'gold rush'. But it looks like that time has passed, and the bigger app development businesses are dominating.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore posted on Twitter that they are hoping to push out an updated for those of you who participate in the preview program that will address several issues including HTC support.
Microsoft has silently cut the fee for those of you who have developer accounts with the company, which is a good move considering that they need as many developers as possible for their ecosystem.
A man claims that Microsoft "appropriated" technology he says he developed in 1996 and that the company now earns "billions of dollars from Android users" in licensing fees after patenting it in 1997.
A developer of apps for Apple devices has announced that he made a working port of the immensely popular Flappy Bird game in the company's new Swift language within four hours of it being introduced.
Sean Tracy at Crytek USA says that "8 gigs can easily be filled up," due to concerns over memory constraints. He added that "games will quickly hit the ceiling of a few gigs of ram."
Through a series of job postings on Microsoft's career page, we can see that the company is working to trim the fat off of Windows so that it can run with a smaller footprint on any type of device.
Homeless man Leo Grand has released his own app just a few months after learning how to code on his Chromebook. "Trees for Cars" aims to save the environment by creating voluntary carpool services.
There's really not a one-size-fits-all answer to the question of “why are users uninstalling my app?” But there do seem to be a few common factors that can contribute to this happening.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft will be merging its Windows and Windows Phone developer accounts and communities, with an official announcement expected to be made today.
If you are a webdev and would like free pizza, subscriptions to browserstacks or copies of Parallels, Microsoft has a challenge for you that will give you all of that if you can can beat the 11% goal.
The extended outage of the iOS developer center was a dark cloud for many developers this summer. However, Apple provides the silver lining by offering a month's free subscription to developer teams.
Google Glass testers have begun receiving an email that allows them to invite one friend to try Glass for themselves, there are a few catches though, you must be over 18 and live in the US.
Apple's developer portal is back online after being taken down for a security upgrade. The site was hacked by London based security researcher Ibrahim BALİÇ who was researching vulnerabilities.
Google have said that anyone can use their software patents, as long as they use them fairly. This comes after many claim the patent system - especially for software - is "broken" and needs reforming.