Nisheeth Bhakuni

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Firefox is now available on Amazon’s Fire TV, and it can access YouTube

Amid Amazon and Google’s bitter and self-defeating feud over the right to stream videos from YouTube, Mozilla today announced that its Firefox browser is now available on Fire TV devices.

In tech | 20 Apr 2018
Nvidia to cease producing new drivers for 32-bit systems

Version 390 of Nvidia’s graphics drivers, likely to arrive in January, will be the last to contain support for 32-bit versions of Windows (7, 8/8.1, and 10), Linux, and FreeBSD.

In tech | 06 Apr 2018
Using AdWords API to export to third-party ad networks will remain OK as Google keeps terms it adopted in FTC settlement

Google is keeping its domain opt-out and AdWords API tools policies as is, says their VP & deputy general counsel.

In analytics | 29 Mar 2018
The iPhone X’s Face ID can’t approve family purchases

Touch ID could be used before, but iPhone X owners must enter their passwords.

In iOS | 29 Dec 2017
LG teams up with HERE for self-driving telematics tech

The joint solution will put LG’s telematics tech together with HERE’s location services and high-resolution maps to offer something automakers can use as a communications hub for both semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicle platforms.

In tech | 29 Dec 2017

The Facebook-owned app will end support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry 10) and Windows Phone 8.0 (and older) on December 31, 2017.

In apps | 29 Dec 2017
Mendix releases Atlas UI

UI/UX design and front-end development solution for Mendix’s Low-Code Development Platform has been released.

In analytics | 29 Dec 2017

According to the updated release notes these bugs are related to the Windows Out-of-box-experience, activation issues, and having problems hearing audio in apps like Firefox.

In etc | 27 Dec 2017
Vulnerability Affects Hundreds of Thousands of IoT Devices

According to Elttam, the flaw is found in GoAhead’s server CGI package. Attackers can exploit this flaw if CGI is enabled and if a CGI program is dynamically linked.

In iot | 27 Dec 2017
Thunderbird Will Phase out Legacy Add-Ons, Will Support WebExtensions

Mozilla announced last week plans to modernize Thunderbird’s codebase, plans that include fixing some “technical debt” by incorporating the recent changes in the Mozilla engine into Thunderbird, adding a new user interface (UI), and phasing out old legacy add-ons that are built on the XUL and XPCOM APIs.

In apps | 27 Dec 2017