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NEWS ANALYSIS: In its current form, the Copycat Android malware is a form of adware that’s intended to fleece advertisers and app makers. But it opens the door to malware that’s far more insidious.
Only 11 of the vulnerabilities in the July update are rated as critical, including one that will likely be discussed in great detail at the upcoming Black Hat security conference.
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Google new reCAPTCHA API will give Android developers to build improved capabilities in their apps that determine whether humans or bot programs are trying to log in.
Google says security researchers who find exploitable software flaws in TrustZone and Verified Boot can now get up to $200,000.
A merger between the two telecoms has been the topic of discussions for three years, and Sprint thinks it's still the best plan for expansion.
It does make a modicum of sense that the world’s virtualization king would get involved with a connected device that is devoid of a hard drive.
xFi provides a simple dashboard for customers to set up their home Wi-Fi, find their password, see what devices are connected, troubleshoot issues, set parental controls and even pause Wi-Fi access on their home network during dinner or bedtime.
Like most 21st-century companies, Facebook is all about the user experience, or UX. That's what all the new tools help create.
Uber Central becomes the company’s first global “one-to-many” ride service, enabling enterprises to manage multiple rides at the same time and from the same dashboard.
Instagram, which Facebook bought in 2012 for $1 billion, is starting to make new headway by adding features on a frequent basis.
The DeX dock will cost $150 and ships in late April. In addition to its USB and HDMI ports, it also has an Ethernet 3.0 jack.