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Koding.com is giving away a 100TB of data storage

I’ve been a long time user of Koding — way back when it was called Kodingen. It’s been an absolute life saver for me. I’ve been coding for at least 15 years (mostly PHP) and now and again I’ve found myself out and about, but with the need to actually change something on one of […]

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Coming soon: Mobile Developer Titans, supported by BlueVia

We’ve got a new series coming here on Mobile Industry Review. It’s called Mobile Developer Titans. It’s supported by Telefonica’s developer programme, BlueVia (more about that below). I’m hunting for 10 mobile developers to profile here on the site. I’m not interested in featuring just any developer in the series, though. I’m looking for developers who’ve […]

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Bango have a 3-5 day application project available

I saw this note from Ray at mobile payments provider, Bango on the MoMoLondon list. It may well be of interest to any application developers reading. Bango is adding new capabilities to its “In Application” analytics service. Info is sent from the App to Bango using an “open” protocol that any developer can implement with […]

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Video: Mark Tynan of ShopQwik

I’m delighted to bring you the first in the DeviceAnywhere Developer Roadshow series. You can find background on the roadshow here. Our first featured developer is Mark Tynan of mobile travel experts, ShopQwik. The application is nothing short of a piece of genius and allows you to book a flight and/or hotel, anywhere on the […]

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Get me a flight to New York, stat!

I’ve just spent an hour or so pointing a camera in the face of a very patient and highly animated Mark Tynan, founder of mobile travel geniuses, ShopQwik. With their service, you can book a flight or a hotel, anywhere in the world, in 60 seconds, from your handset. I was interviewing Mark for the […]

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Sony Ericsson fuses Java, Flash with Capuchin

Sony Ericsson has taken the wraps off the interestingly named Project Capuchin, a technology which it says will bridge the Java ME and Flash Lite development platforms. Accordign to Sony Ericsson, Project Capuchin will let developers cherrypick the best bits of both to create the best content-rich mobile apps. The bridging technology will come in […]

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Sony Ericsson, DoCoMo reviewing phone union

If reports are right, it looks like the partnership between Sony Ericsson and Japanese giant NTT DoCoMo might have hit a snag. According to Trading Markets, the pair are reviewing their product development plans but declined to say what the results might be. Earlier reports had suggested that Sony Ericsson would stop supplying devices to […]

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