Microsoft ordered to let third parties scrape LinkedIn data
A judge has ruled that Microsoft’s LinkedIn network must allow a third-party company to scrape data publicly posted by LinkedIn users...
By in appssinglearchive | August 15th, 2017
Some U.S. coding boot camps stumble in a crowded field
The hype is fading for coding "boot camps," for-profit U.S. schools offering graduates entry into the lucrative world of software deve...
By in archive | August 14th, 2017
Vungle SDK to be released on the Amazon Fire tablet
Vungle, a marketing platform for in-app video ads, has announced the upcoming release of a software developer kit (SDK) for Amazon's po...
By in archive | August 10th, 2017
Facebook bans ‘cloaking’ of spam sites that fool filters
“Cloaking” sounds sci-fi, but it’s actually a trick used today by spammers to show content moderators or search engine spiders an...
By in archive | August 9th, 2017
Developers will compete to build under 13kb games
In a world of increasing content sizes, one developer has partnered with industry leaders to run a competition to build under 13kb game...
By in archive | August 7th, 2017
Beware the Browser Extensions Privacy Trap!
There’s a story going around currently about a group of researchers who claim to have de-anonymized a variety of browser users’ sea...
By in archive | August 6th, 2017
A Better, Safer Battery Could Be Coming to a Laptop Near You
A start-up company is trying to turbocharge a type of battery that has been a mainstay for simple devices like flashlights and toys, bu...
By in archive | August 6th, 2017
Developers are most wary of these technologies being hacked
In a new survey by Netsparker Ltd., a provider of web applications security, developers agreed that the government and financial servic...
By in archive | August 4th, 2017
The Campaign Against Facebook And Google’s Ad “Duopoly” Is Going Nowhere
Independent publishers and advertisers have spent a year grappling with Google and Facebook's dominance, but they're still losing groun...
By in archive | August 3rd, 2017
Broadcom chip bug opened 1 billion phones to a Wi-Fi-hopping worm attack
Wi-Fi chips used in iPhones and Android may revive worm attacks of old....
By in archive | July 31st, 2017