Topic: mobile

SD Times news digest: MobileIron’s mobile phishing solution, Apache Flink 1.11.0, and HAProxy 2.2.0 released

MobileIron announced multi-vector mobile phishing protection for iOS and Android devices to help organizations defend against the top cybersecurity threats. The solution offers on-device and cloud-based phishing URL database lookup to detect and remediate phishing attacks across all mobile threat vectors, including text and SMS messages, instant messages, social media and other modes of communication, … continue reading

Amazon announces no-code solution Honeycode

Amazon is joining the no-code space with the announcement of Honeycode. The new solution is designed to make it easier for developers to build mobile and web applications with no programming required.  Instead of relying on methods like emailing spreadsheets or documents, Honeycode enables developers to use a simple visual application builder and to utilize … continue reading

Apple App Store saw $519 billion in billing and sales last year

A new report has revealed the Apple App Store ecosystem facilitated $519 billion in billings and sales globally last year. The Apple AppStore ecosystem report was conducted by independent researchers at Analysis Group. According to the report, the highest value categories were mobile commerce (m-commerce) apps, digital goods and services apps, and in-app advertising. “As … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Three smartphone trends worth watching

A few months ago, before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, the near-term future of the smartphone seemed obvious. We were moving to foldable devices with the only question being whether these devices would unfold to get to tablet size (Samsung) or fold down to fit better in your pocket (Samsung, Motorola). But with the collapse … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub mobile, Contrast Security’s new DevSecOps capabilities and Windows Terminal Preview 0.10

GitHub for mobile is now available. The solution aims to bring a fully-native GitHub experience on iOS and Android, enabling users to stay in touch with their teams, triage issues, and merge code right from their mobile devices. Users can also organize tasks in a swipe to get their inboxes to zero in no time, … continue reading

premium Web development shifts to a mobile-first approach

Today, a majority of internet users are browsing the web not from their computers, but from a mobile device. According to a 2018 study by Oberlo, 52.2% of global web traffic came from mobile phones, up from just 0.7% in 2009. In the United States, that number is even higher, with 58% of total web … continue reading

Google’s Flutter to focus on ambient computing

Google is preparing for an ambient computing future with its UI toolkit Flutter. The company announced new updates and strategies at its Flutter conference Flutter Interact this week. “We live in a world where internet-connected devices are pervading every area of our lives. Many of us transition throughout the day between multiple devices: phones, watches … continue reading

4 key practices for securing mobile APIs

As mobile APIs become more full-featured and rich, they become more dependent on data, key stores and connectivity profiles that can result in new vectors of attack. This drives the need for better security and best practices to patch up those vulnerabilities.  Gartner expects that API abuse will be the number one attack vector for … continue reading

No-code mobile app development: Do more with less

Developers are tired of switching their focus back and forth between projects, and business folks are tired of waiting for developers to get their projects — but it doesn’t have to be this way. The rise of mobile development is enabling more work to get done on the fly, and the explosion of no-code development … continue reading

Sentry brings mobile application error monitoring to Android

Sentry has announced a new software development kit and native development kit for Android developers. The new kits aims to bring mobile application error monitoring to the Android operating system.  According to a recently released report, mobile users are expected to grow to 7 billion by 2021 with annual mobile app downloads projected to reach … continue reading

Altova MobileTogether 6.0 adds advanced low-code features

Data management solution provider Altova announced the release of MobileTogether 6.0. The update is designed to bring new functionalities to low-code programming and to speed up mobile app development.  New features include control templates that allow developers to define and group multiple controls in a way that makes this group of controls easily reusable on … continue reading

Analyst View: The coming mobile disruption

There are three technologies that not only will massively impact Smartphone but they are going to have a major impact on PCs as well. They are 5G, Wi-Fi 6, and foldable screens. Combined, they should expand what we can do with mobile devices, change the performance limitations that currently define them, and do interesting things … continue reading

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