Microsoft is working to address its most glaring deficiency in mobile—a lack of applications compared to other platforms. The company announced today that it will let developers that have written apps for Google's Android and Apple's iOS port those apps to become Universal apps for phones and tablets running Windows 10.
As they convene once again in New York this week for their annual Newfront presentations, online video giants like YouTube are beginning to experience success in their primary objective--pull ad dollars away from linear TV and into online video.
Google, Apple and Microsoft are all expected to show off new enhancements to their respective smartphone operating systems over the next few months.
Online video advertising, shifting TV ad budgets and the growth of mobile video are all driving revenue strategies for OTT players including Google and Yahoo Screen. For Google, online video ads are of prime importance for its YouTube platform. Yahoo, meanwhile, is banking on committed ad dollars and it announced a number of new series for Yahoo Screen this year.
Over the next few months, Google, Apple and Microsoft are all expected to show off new enhancements to their respective smartphone operating systems. Each company has a different goal with these unveilings. But what exactly can we expect from Windows 10, iOS 9 and Android M?
What exactly can we expect from Windows 10, iOS 9 and Android M? Read this special report from FierceWireless to find out more.
The major smartphone industry leaders, including Google, Apple and Microsoft, are gearing up to debut a number of new enhancements to their smartphone operating systems over the next few months. What should we expect from these rollouts?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to outshine its four key competitors in the cloud infrastructure market, according to a new Synergy Group report.
Seattle Center is using TV white space as part of a pilot project to see how the technology could be rolled out to city neighborhoods.
Apple remained tight-lipped when asked for its reaction to an announcement by Israel-based security company Skycure that it had discovered a security breach in the company's iOS 8 platform.