Tag: iPhone

We have some good news for CAST Highlight users who love Objective C. Your preferred code quality as a service platform has been updated to support your preferred coding language: Objective C, the language behind iOS -- which powers the iPhone and iPad -- and the Mac OS X operating systems.

The news enterprise Objective C developers have been waiting for

I keep asking the question over and over again in this blog – why won’t tech companies take the time and get it right before getting it out?

Marketing over Matter

It was recently reported that within the next couple months the meteoric rise of Android Market is all but certain to overtake the iPhone App Store in terms of the number of applications offered. Taken on face value, this should come as little surprise to anyone.

Going Gaga over Google

Usage of Google’s Android mobile platform is growing at an exponential rate; unfortunately, so is the malware being developed to attack it.

On Monday came the news of the Malicious Mobile Threats Report 2010/2011, released last week by the Juniper Networks Global Threat Center, that reveals a frightening statistic: since the summer of 2010, “Android malware has surged 400 percent.” What is to blame? According to eWEEK’s Fahmida Y. Rashid, the report cites user naiveté and general nonchalance as a major reason for malware developers putting a big 'bulls-eye' on the Android platform.

All of this begs the question: As Android sales continue to rise at exponential rates and overtake sales of all other smartphone platforms, at what point does someone tell Google it needs to do a better job of policing its app store?

Mobile App Development: Many Questions, Few Answers

We’ve been reading quite a bit the last few weeks about iPhone related issues that have had an impact on the security (Citi) and stability (AT&T) of customer data. Beyond the current arms race in the media to see who can write more frequently about Apple, there may actually be something there that spells real news for us in IT.

The iPhone is Changing the Face of IT