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Daily News – 16th of June 2016

What’s new Samsung will acquire cloud-computing firm Joyent In a statement, the Korean tech giant said that the transaction will allow it to grow its cloud-based services for its smartphones and Internet-connected devices. This is the third U.S. tech company that Samsung has bought in the last couple of years. The other two are smart…

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Daily News – 15th of June 2016

What’s new Bendable phones will finally come to market in the next year The latest news is from Samsung. At a recent conference, Gregory Lee, the president and CEO of Samsung in North America, said that bendable smartphone screens are “relatively right around the corner.” This comes after a tech demo they held in San…

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Daily News – 14th of June 2016

What’s new Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2016 Apple recently concluded the annual WWDC developer conference in San Francisco, announcing a lot of new software improvements across all device platforms – Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch and even Apple TV. Also, the company unveiled improvements to maps, messaging and its Siri voice assistant. You can read all…

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Top news this week, 6th-10th of June 2016

Important announcements There will be a new development platform based on Apache Spark, by IBM IBM calls it Data Science Experience and it is a new development environment in the cloud for real-time, high-performance analytics. Data Science Experience is designed to speed and simplify the process of embedding data and machine learning into cloud applications.…

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Daily News – 10th of June 2016

What’s new Modular phones are here Lenovo and Motorola have announced MotoMods, the future-proof, snap-on extensions that can greatly expand what the Moto Z family is capable of. Unlike the LG G5, which uses LG’s not-hot-swappable line of modules, MotoMods are magnetized and don’t actually alter the build of the Moto Z itself. They activate…

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Daily News – 9th of June 2016

What’s new 32m Twitter passwords may have been hacked and put up for sale A Russian hacker, who goes by the name Tessa88, claimed to have a massive cache of millions of Twitter account logins for sale, for 10 bitcoins or about $5,807. The site explained that the passwords were stored as plain text and…

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Daily News – 8th of June 2016

What’s new The iPhone case that allows you to run Android Developer Nick Leep spent some 45 hours building a case that got around some of the technical limitations of the iPhone that prevented developers from running third-party code. Specifically, the language in the developer guidelines that rejects snippets forcing apps to install or launch…

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Daily News – 7th of June 2016

What’s new A new development platform based on Apache Spark, by IBM IBM calls it Data Science Experience and it is a new development environment in the cloud for real-time, high-performance analytics. Data Science Experience is designed to speed and simplify the process of embedding data and machine learning into cloud applications. Included in the…

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Daily News – 6th of June 2016

What’s new Developer overlooking security hole to preserve adds in a password app Developer declined to patch a flaw in the password manager’s update check because the “indirect costs” of the upgrade (which would encrypt web traffic) involve losing ad revenue. KeePass 2 wants to improve security, but money wins in the short term. More…

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