Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Wear OS by Google developer preview

Posted by Hoi Lam, Lead Developer Advocate, Wear OS by Google Today we launched the Wear OS by Google developer preview and brought Android P platform features to wearables. The developer preview includes updated system images on the official Android Emulator and a downloadable system image for the Huawei Watch […]

Spotify reveals that 2 million users are suppressing ads without paying

At least two million users blocked ads without paying, says Spotify Spotify Technology SA, a digital music, podcast, and video streaming service, has revealed that around 2 million of its users have been using modified versions of the Spotify app that block ads and allows the users’ to stream unlimited, […]

Malware attacks with cryptocurrency miners increased by 8500 percent, says Symantec

Crypto-jacking attacks increased by 85 times in Q4 2017, says Symantec Symantec, a cybersecurity company, have found that cryptocurrency coin miners have grown by a massive 8,500 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017 in so-called ‘crypto-jacking’ cyberattacks. For those unfamiliar, crypto-jacking, also often referred to as drive-by mining, is the […]

Android Studio 3.1

Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android We are excited to announce that Android Studio 3.1 is now available to download in the stable release channel. The focus areas for this release are around product quality and app development productivity. In addition to many underlying quality changes, we added several […]

A Former Anonymous Hacker’s Search for Redemption

After cooperating with the government, Hector Monsegur avoided a lengthy prison sentence. Today, he leads a successful cybersecurity… Continue reading on Bloomberg » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on […]

Pseudo-Code, Humor, and The Art of Googling

Pseudo-Code, Humor, and the Art of Googling Photo by mohammad alizade on Unsplash The most important things I’ve learned about programming so far have nothing to do with writing code. Rather, they are the things that happen before and in-between the code writing. When I’m first given a problem or assignment to work […]

Don’t Get Caught Up in a Code Framework Paradigm

I was originally going to name this article “How It Took Me 8 Hours to Write 2 Minutes of Code”, but somehow I didn’t think that most software engineers would find that terribly compelling, and if there is one thing engineers like to do, it’s to determine what’s most efficient […]