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With more than 170,000 apps currently available in Apple’s App Store, and as the world awaits the iPad, it’s more important than ever for App developers to stand out from the crowd.
Video training for software developers just got a whole lot easier, with three new formats designed to fit developers’ individual needs from the Pearson imprints of Addison-Wesley, Sams Publishing, and Prentice Hall.
Developers, during the past two years, have leveraged the iPhone OS to create more than 100,000 applications, from games to healthcare to social networking and beyond.
Pearson IT Certification, http://www.pearsonitcertification.
Addison-Wesley, Sams Publishing, Cisco Press, Prentice Hall, and Que Publishing are now offering instant download access to cutting-edge video training from their leading technology authors including Stephen Kochan,...
FT Press today announced the launch of a new e-publishing imprint, FT Press Delivers ( www.
Pearson Education releases its first iPhone® /iPad Reader Apps for the home and office and technical and professional communities.
Interactive Data is evaluating strategic alternatives, its majority owner Pearson said.
Can companies grow during a recession? A new book looks at what separates the ones that do from the ones that don't.
'Frontier markets' are the newest thing in emerging-market investing.
A judge says the Pearson unit did no wrong in republishing 'lost' poems by Dorothy Parker.
A six-year-old Dorothy Parker copyright case is finally coming to trial this month.
You can find the latest example of the lurking danger in Build-A-Bear.
The two companies say they won't launch a bid to rival News Corp.'s offer.
The company's board will lead News Corp. talks instead of waiting for the Bancrofts' decision.
The Financial Times owner reportedly is looking for partners in an effort to buy its U.S. rival.
Cramer says the Dow Jones controlling family doesn't want to deal with Murdoch.
After Dow Jones, these firms are next in line to be bought.
Cramer says its HIV drug could make this company a winner. Also, stock of the week.
The diversified publisher delivered blowout earnings by not getting too flashy or overextending.
The company's expenses fall sharply as it exhausts ad credits with CBS.
Despite months of tumbling equity prices, a recovery in profits still seems a long way off.
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