Editor's Corner

  • Meet the new FierceDeveloper editor

    Please welcome the latest addition to the Fierce editorial team. Daniel Kobialka is the new editor of FierceDeveloper where he will be focused on writing features and columns about the evolving mobile app business.

TurnToTech, Mobile Makers, Flatiron bootcamps keep app developers on pace

More than 70 app development bootcamps are available across the United States and Canada, but what do they offer students? The fast-changing app environment means devs should look at schools with a critical eye.

Fueled tops GoodFirms' list of top app development companies

Which app development companies earned spots on GoodFirms' list of the top app development businesses? These companies are likely to deliver essential support as the demand for mobile app development services increases over the next few years.

iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV drive record revenue for Apple in fiscal Q1

Apple reported quarterly revenue of $75.9 billion and quarterly net income of $18.4 billion in the fiscal year 2016 first quarter, thanks in part to its record-breaking iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV sales. Here are the details.

App developer: 'Don't start developing apps for Windows 10'

Coder Nikolaus Gebhardt is encouraging app developers to stop creating apps for Windows 10, but why? Here's what you need to know.

App Annie: Google Play dominates downloads while Apple's App Store hogs the revenue

Google Play store is growing stronger in its dominance over Apple's App Store in terms of downloads, according to App Annie's new 2015 retrospective report. But, as VentureBeat pointed out, the App Store is taking in significantly more revenue than Google Play. In both cases, the leads widened in 2015.


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Very quotable BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield is no stranger to media-technology-focused publications, including  FierceCable. Not one to shy from a quotable, high-profile position in the media zeitgeist himself, media pundit Michael Wolff penned what essentially amounts to a 1,334-word takedown of Greenfield in this week's  Hollywood Reporter.