The Brillo project is said to be independent of Nest.
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The man-in-the-middle attack could have installed spyware when users attempted to download legitimate apps from Google Play.
Few surprises on this list.
The company continues to release pieces of .NET under open source licenses.
The program is intended to help improve diversity among developers.
The move would help mobile development firms better market their wares.
Games still generate the most revenue for mobile development firms.
The two open source projects will converge under the governance of the Node Foundation.
The programming language was first called "Oak."
C++, C# and Visual Basic.NET made big gains on the Tiobe index.
Even though the company is moving toward a universal app development model, there will still be a lot of versions of Windows 10.
The mobile development industry has a new tool for hawking its wares.
The update will be feature complete by the end of the year.
Mobile apps are becoming more like slot machines.
One well-known developer says the myth of the 10x programmer is harmful to the industry.
COBOL, FORMAC and several other languages had female creators.
Now users can install an app and make a purchase with one tap.
The schedule briefly mentioned something called "Android M."
The new service includes monitoring and client management capabilities.
The country's leader created his own Sudoku solver.
The popular social site has released some new APIs.
The Dart on Android project is called "Sky."
The initiative aims to provide Internet services to those in developing countries.
Hooking cows up to health sensors monitored by cloud-based machine learning tools could help dairy farmers increase their productivity.
Apple has begun beta trials of the new service ahead of its WWDC event in June.