Think of how many times you’ve picked up your mobile device today to do something. If you’re anything like the “average” user, you might be surprised at how often you actually do this. A recent study found that we check our mobile devices upwards of 100 times (or more) throughout the day:
Yesterday, we got our first look at developers who will be showcased at Mobile World Congress, happening next week, February 24-27. Thousands of technologically minded people from all around the world will be congregating in Barcelona, Spain for this event.
What job skills dominated the market in 2013? If you are a developer, chances are you already know that your particular skill set is extremely valuable, and end of year data extrapolated by a number of sources would agree with you. According to a survey conducted by Stack Overflow, where thousands of companies use the site’s career search in order to find developers, Java was the most searched for skill:
With Android continually increasing in popularity it is always interesting to take a look at the latest collection of game engines available for the paltform. I am also further intersted in seeing which game engines include x86 support since the number of Intel x86 based mobile devices continue to increase. There are many game engine choices out there, all with a different set of features, pricing, maturity, etc. After doing some research, I found a wide variety of game engines that can be used for creating games that run on Android* based mobile devices.