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Google will pay you $1,000 to hack some of Android’s most popular apps

Google will pay you $1,000 to hack some of Android’s most popular apps

Details are light at the moment, but a bit of news out of Google’s Playtime developer event this morning: the company is launching a Google Play bug bounty program that’ll encourage researchers to poke around and look for vulnerabilities in some of Android’s most popular third-party apps.
Movies Anywhere brings your movies from Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes together into one app

Movies Anywhere brings your movies from Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes together into one app

Being able to buy a digital copy of a movie in a second through something like Google Play or iTunes or Amazon is great. Keeping track of where you bought each movie, though, is pretty busted. When you’re buying based on where it’s cheapest or which device you’re currently watching on, it’s easy to end up with a bunch of movies sitting behind a bunch of different store’s gates. It shouldn’t work like this… and it seems like the big names are finally coming to agree.
It’s time to give Firefox another chance

It’s time to give Firefox another chance

If you’re like me, you switched your default browser over to Chrome years ago and never looked back. Chances are, before you made the switch, you used Firefox or — God forbid — Internet Explorer. What made Chrome stand out back then was its speed and simplicity, especially at a time when Firefox felt like it was getting slower and heavier with every update. But times have changed. It’s now time to give Firefox another chance.
This is the iPhone X

This is the iPhone X

Ten years ago, the world got much bigger and much smaller, all in one fell swoop. Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, the first internet-connected smartphone that put user experience above all, finally executing on the idea of a full touchscreen handset. This ushered in the rise of constant social networking, an application economy and complete dependence on our smartphones for just about everything. Today, Apple has introduced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. But in true Apple fashion, Tim Cook promised us “one more thing.” Today, 10 years later, Apple is introducing the iPhone X. And, by the way, it’s pronounced “Ten.” So what does a decade of iPhone innovation look like?
A preview of the first wave of AR apps coming to iPhones

A preview of the first wave of AR apps coming to iPhones

Over the past few weeks I’ve been steeping myself in the developer and investor community that is quickly sprouting up around ARKit. There are a variety of reasons that people are excited about the possibilities but it’s safe to say that the number one positive that’s shared by everyone is the sheer scale of possible customers that will be able to experience augmented reality on day one of iOS 11. Hundreds of millions of potential users before the year is out is a potent pitch.
Android Oreo vs iOS 11: What’s different and what’s the same?

Android Oreo vs iOS 11: What’s different and what’s the same?

Google just announced Android Oreo and it packs a handful of new features. Some are at the system level and speed up the system and extend the battery life, while others are features that will change the way users interact with their phone. A lot of these features should be familiar to iPhone and iPad owners. Normally Apple is the one accused of copying Android, but for Android Oreo, Google lifted a handful of features straight from iOS, while a couple of new functions are hitting Android before iOS.
Bitcoin breaks $3,000 to reach new all-time high

Bitcoin breaks $3,000 to reach new all-time high

Bitcoin has reached a record high valuation of $3,000 per coin to complete a rollercoaster week that begin with the long-awaited split of the cryptocurrency. A number of exchanges, including popular destinations Coinbase and Kraken, valued a single bitcoin at over $3,000, an all-time high that is up $485 on the valuation one month ago. Earlier this year, Bitcoin surged to surpass $2,000 for the first time in May going on to almost reach $3,000 in June only for the valuation to crash.
Preventing Software Piracy

Preventing Software Piracy

It's Best To Avoid It At All Costs Like electronic identity theft, computer viruses, and the spread of other computer crimes, software piracy is on the rise. The problem with software piracy is that software costs make this illegal activity appealing to the end user. After all, who is it going to hurt? Rich software companies?? This article investigates software piracy as a whole and the impact that it has on the computer using industry.
Connect a controller to your Xbox 360

Connect a controller to your Xbox 360

Learn how to connect a wireless or wired controller to your Xbox 360 console. Connect a wireless Xbox controller 1) Turn on your console. 2) Press and hold the Guide button on the controller until it turns on. 3) Press and release the connect button on the console.
iMessage Developer

iMessage Developer

When iMessage applications were announced during the WWDC 2016 keynote, I didn’t expect too much. Stickers, message effects, and maybe access to the most common APIs. Generally, features that only big players will make good use of. Thankfully, I was wrong because the reality is completely different. According to messages, there are no restrictions at all. Sure, your application can still be rejected during the App Store review. But, if you wish to, technically you can implement any regular iOS application as an iMessage application. Even things like in-app purchases. I think it’s amazing because it opens up a whole new market for developers.


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