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Cryptojacking becomes the preferred alternative to ransomware attacks: Report
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Cryptojacking becomes the preferred alternative to ransomware attacks: Report

The number of mobile cryptojacking malware variants has grown from eight in 2017 to 25 by May 2018.

Malicious crypto miners attack Android while remaining undetected by Google's security scanners
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Malicious crypto miners attack Android while remaining undetected by Google's security scanners

With the processes running in the background on Android applications, Trend Micro has been able to trace the code back to two crypto miners.

WhatsApp flaw may be exploited to reveal when a user is online or is talking to someone else
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WhatsApp flaw may be exploited to reveal when a user is online or is talking to someone else

A software engineer has discovered a critical vulnerability with popular messaging app WhatsApp that allows anyone to track a user's activity.

Software development teaching schools and boot camps are shutting down because of competition
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Software development teaching schools and boot camps are shutting down because of competition

The hype is fading for coding "boot camps," for-profit US schools offering graduates entry into the lucrative world of software development.

You can now run Windows 95 in a web browser!
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You can now run Windows 95 in a web browser!

Yesteryear Windows 95 can now run in a web browser, thanks to programmer Andrea Faulds who has designed a website to simulate the two-decade old operating system. The OS can be ran in the browser due to Emscripten, DOSBox and Em-DOSBox programs.

WordPress takes first step away from PHP, after 12 years and powering 25 percent of the web!
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WordPress takes first step away from PHP, after 12 years and powering 25 percent of the web!

Over the years, Mullenweg founded Automattic, a company that offered commercial WordPress services. In a blog post by Matt Mullenweg, he mentioned how the most difficult thing to do in technology is to disrupt yourself.

Google+ redesigned: New look, responsive, faster and leaner than ever before!
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Google+ redesigned: New look, responsive, faster and leaner than ever before!

Google+ has been redesigned. Yes, it still exists. And no, it’s not giving up. Despite the rise and rise of Facebook and Twitter, and a plethora of other relatively unknown social networks, Google is taking another shot at its failed attempt at building a successful network.

Microsoft Edge is faster than other browsers; up to 112 percent faster than Chrome
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Microsoft Edge is faster than other browsers; up to 112 percent faster than Chrome

Yes you read that right. After years of ridicule, Microsoft has claimed its latest browser Microsoft Edge is faster than Chrome and Safari in their own benchmark tests! Not Microsoft benchmarks, but benchmarks created by Apple and Google teams.

Airtel responds to JavaScript code controversy; dissociates from notice to activist
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Airtel responds to JavaScript code controversy; dissociates from notice to activist

We had reported earlier how Thejesh, an activist and blogger was sent a notice by Flash Networks, an Israeli company for reporting how Airtel introduced a JavaScript code in the pages browsed by Airtel customers.

Upgrade your IT career – Skills you need
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Upgrade your IT career – Skills you need

While there are jobs in the market, the companies are facing trouble finding the right candidates with the skills required for the job.

iOS app development powers Objective C to top the charts
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iOS app development powers Objective C to top the charts

Tiobe’s Programming Language Award went to Objective C for the highest rise in market share in 2012.

Java's security flaw: Oracle working on update to fix it
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Java's security flaw: Oracle working on update to fix it

Oracle Corp said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the US Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable the programme in web browsers.

Java's security flaw: Oracle working on update to fix it
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Java's security flaw: Oracle working on update to fix it

Oracle Corp said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the US Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable the programme in web browsers.

Opera12.10 released, offers more support for extensions
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Opera12.10 released, offers more support for extensions

Opera has launched the final version of Opera 12.10, with improved extensions, making them even more integrated to give users a personalized browser from the

Opera 12.10 beta for desktop available for download
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Opera 12.10 beta for desktop available for download

Opera has introduced its Opera 12.10 beta browser for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Are hotels injecting ads into 'free' WiFi services?
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Are hotels injecting ads into 'free' WiFi services?

Now you may not be able to assume that the price of your room pays for "free" internet.

Are hotels injecting ads into 'free' WiFi services?
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Are hotels injecting ads into 'free' WiFi services?

Now you may not be able to assume that the price of your room pays for "free" internet.<br />

Pokki - Bring web services to the desktop
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Pokki - Bring web services to the desktop

Every once in a while, there comes a software that offers something so unique and unheard of that you can’t help stop and try it. One of the software

Mozilla Integrates Memory Optimizer Into Firefox 7
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Mozilla Integrates Memory Optimizer Into Firefox 7

One of the reasons for Mozilla’s recent drop in popularity has to do with its memory consumption.

Google Labs' Swiffy Introduces Flash to iOS
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Google Labs&#039; Swiffy Introduces Flash to iOS

If there’s one thing that Apple iOS device users hate about their devices, it’s the lack of Flash support.