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The race to bring apps to market faster and faster is driving the emergence of a new programming paradigm – low-code development platforms. Read more about Low-code development platforms are coming
Developers have to answer a lot of questions when building apps but one question that doesn’t have a clear answer is how do you build spyware into your apps? Read more about So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps?
The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part. Read more about Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that
by Vivek Vahie The cloud is one of the most important technologies in the world right now, but can be extremely confusing. This series aims to explain it in a much more brain-friendly way. Read more about 99 problems but the cloud ain't one: What are SaaS, PaaS and IaaS?
by Alysia Judge Like the birth of computing, the virtual devices may only hold five kilobytes of data between them, but the results are, nevertheless, amazing. Read more about Gaming master builds working hard drive inside Minecraft
Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board
by TechCentral The Bitcoin vending machine takes Bitcoins and exchanges them for local currency. Read more about The first Bitcoin vending machine hits African shores
A new report from the Apigee Institute shows that large companies are still struggling to successfully deploy apps that are on time, on budget or have the intended business impact. Read more about Report shows an ‘outside-in’ approach to app development works best
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has filed a suit against the FCC over the proposed spectrum auction slated for mid-2015. Read more about NAB sues FCC over spectrum auctions
by BBC News Through something like Shodan, we know how many devices are connected to the Internet. But, we don't know how many of them expose us to assault of the virtual kind. Read more about Hacking the Internet of Things and the Connected Home
The creators of the Morphsuit believe that they can make you famous with their ‘MorphCostumes’ range. Read more about MorphCostumes wants to do a "fancy dress revolution"
by Gavin Millard In this truly shocking and damning confession, a security expert reveals how terrible his password habits used to be, how he changed and how you can too. Read more about Password confessions of a security expert
A highly informal survey of the top technology news sites reveals that most stories add little or no new information. Read more about Survey reveals no new information
SmartThings has announced that the home automation company has been purchased by Samsung. Read more about Samsung buys SmartThings home automation company
I attended an interesting panel at The Churchill Club this week on the coming connected/self-driving Car with executives from NVIDIA, Mercedes Benz, Nissan and a subject matter expert talking about the future. Read more about The Churchill Club and The Future of the Connected Car
by Zak Thomas A fish playing Pokémon Red has racked up more than one and a half million views on Twitch. Read more about Game playing fish racks up 1.5 million Twitch views
by Barclay Ballard IBM's new cloud technology could help businesses comply with the data regulations in different countries by allowing them to choose where their data is stored. Read more about IBM lets firms choose location of their cloud data
Edward Snowden has revealed the NSA was (and may still be) working on a project codenamed MonsterMind that could launch automated cyber-attacks against suspected enemies. Read more about NSA's MonsterMind: Is it too late to curb the NSA?
Lost your phone? You know you have or will. Google has added a feature to Android that let's your lost phone call you. Read more about Google to Android: call me, I can't find you
Nope, that distinction goes to Virginia and not the home of the tech industry that fills all those Internet pipes. Read more about Why isn't California the state with the fastest Internet?