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DJI Rewarded Bug Bounty Discovery With Legal Threats, Developer Claims

Bug bounty programs are indispensable tools for finding security vulnerabilities, and are used by major tech companies such as Google and Microsoft. Following an order from the US Army for personnel to stop using DJI drones due to security issues, the company launched its own bug bounty program. Show More Summary

One Beverly Hills—still not off the ground—might change ownership again

Plans for the hotel and condo project were approved nine years ago Developer Dalian Wanda Group wants to unload its unbuilt One Beverly Hills condominium and hotel project, and there’s already a buyer sniffing around, the Real Deal LA...Show More Summary

Monday Overnight Open Thread (11/20/17)

(Come fly away to The ONT) Quotes of The Day Quote I Over the years, I developed a fail-safe cure. Basically, I’d mix four tablespoons of brandy with four tablespoons of port, throw in some milk, a few...

Apple is still interested in developing next-gen Micro LED displays

Even though we supposedly hit peak iPhone years ago, no one really bothered to tell Apple. On the contrary, Apple continues to spend billions on R&D every year, and the company in recent years has shown a considerable interest in developing next-gen display technologies. Show More Summary

Locus Robotics Raises $25 Million in Round Led by Scale Venture Partners

Locus Robotics Corp., whose robots help workers fulfill e-commerce orders, raised $25 million in a funding round led by Scale Venture Partners that the company plans to use to develop new products and expand into new markets.

Bitter Hillary Fantasizes With "Journalist" About Becoming President Of Another Planet

A bitter Hillary Clinton may have finally just developed a plan that would fulfill her lifelong dream of wielding complete power while simultaneously granting her detractors their lifelong dream of being rid of her. The plan, apparently...Show More Summary

Monday’s PFT PM: Five-Down Territory edition

Every Monday during the season, we take a look back at the Sunday that was, and any relevant developments since then, via the PFT PM podcast, Five-Down Territory style. This Monday was no different, albeit a little later than usual. But better never than late, or something. Check it out below. If you do, you’ll [more]

Regen Projects opens exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Gary Simmons

3 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Regen Projects is presenting an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Gary Simmons. This marks the artist?s second solo presentation at the gallery. For nearly three decades, Simmons has developed a singular artistic practice that encompasses painting, drawing, installation, and sculpture. Show More Summary

Clicker Heroes 2 ditches the free-to-play model of its predecessor

Anyone hoping that Clicker Heroes 2 would come out for free might be surprised to read this. For the upcoming sequel, developer Playsaurus is dropping the free-to-play model in favor of a one time purchase. A lot of that comes down to...Show More Summary

New Diagnostic Tools Available For DirectX 12 Developers

In order to better understand the actual causes of game-breaking issues, Microsoft released two new tools for DirectX 12 developers.

Samsung accidentally confirmed it’s making a Galaxy X

Samsung’s dream is to beat Apple’s iPhone, and that’s why the Galaxy S8’s development codename was “dream.” However, no Galaxy S or Galaxy Note device captured the mind of buyers like the iPhone rival, no matter how hard Samsung tried. But...Show More Summary

Ground-breaking ?34 million project to develop better test for liver disease

(Newcastle University) A pioneering European research project aims to lead to new diagnostic tests to assess patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and identify those most at risk for developing severe inflammation and liver scarring.

Video: 'Hey Siri' might come to the iMac Pro thanks to an A10 Fusion coprocessor

Developers Guilherme Rambo and Stephen Troughton-Smith have found "Hey Siri" functionality in the macOS code base with support for multiple user accounts all driven by what appears to be the A10 Fusion processor, according to the pair. AppleInsider talks about why Apple might do that, and what it would mean for the iMac Pro.

How About a Standard for Issuing API Service Warnings Within Successful API Responses?

When, a couple of weeks ago, developers kicked up a fury over Yahoo!’s surprise deactivation of a stock quote “API," I looked into the matter and discovered that it really wasn’t an API that they were using, nor was the service (a CSV download feature of Yahoo! Finance) intended for automated programmatic consumption by developers. 

Tenders called for ’boutique village’ development on Red Hill public housing site

4 hours agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

Tenders have been called for the sale of the former Red Hill public housing precinct, after the approval by the Planning and Land Authority of plans for the development of 252 homes on the 5.3 hectare (53,002 square-metre) site. JLL and Colliers International are the sale agents for ‘The Precinct Red Hill’, which they describe as […]

Clicker Heroes studio abandons upcoming sequel's free-to-play model for ?ethical reasons?

Clicker Heroes developer Playsaurus has announced that it's abandoning the free-to-play model for its upcoming sequel Clicker Heroes 2, for "ethical reasons". The original Clicker Heroes - a 2015 mini-phenomenon, and a game which sent...Show More Summary

Apple Criticised For Not Investigating Australian App Developer Who Faked Her Cancer

When the Apple Watch launched in 2015, Belle Gibson was touted by Apple as a star. Not only had Gibson supposedly cured her own cancer through healthy eating, she now had an app for both the iPhone and Apple Watch that could help others do the same. Show More Summary

Pancho Segura, bowlegged tennis champion of the 1940s and ’50s, dies at 96

He overcame a childhood case of rickets to develop a distinctive forehand stroke.

Interview: Talking waterslides with the brain behind a record-breaking ride

5 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Everyone loves a good waterslide, but few live and breathe them like Ray Smegal. The professional hockey player-turned builder of flowing dreams heads up product development for Canada-based waterpark design firm ProSlide, which recently snipped the ribbon on a record- breaking ride in Melbourne. Show More Summary

ABN AMRO Launches Developer Portal and Commercial APIs

ABN AMRO, one of the largest banks in Netherlands, has launched the first version of its developer portal and a set of commercial APIs. The developer portal will initially provide a number of APIs for commercial clients and basic banking capabilities.

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