Archives: July 2013

Researchers spot new breed of infected Android apps in the wild

July 24, 2013
Cyber criminals have successfully exploited a recently discovered vulnerability to infect legit apps without invalidating their digital signatures
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Security researcher claims good intentions in hacking Apple Dev Center

July 24, 2013
Self-proclaimed white hat admits to breaching Apple Dev Center, but only after warning company of vulnerabilities
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Microsoft, Azul to put open source Java on Azure cloud

July 24, 2013
Microsoft will deliver an OpenJDK version that runs on Windows Server on top of Windows Azure by the end of the year
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Trifecta: Microsoft patches Office, SharePoint, and Office Web Apps

July 24, 2013
The widely anticipated Service Pack 2 for Office 2010 will turn into an automatic update in 90 days
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In the cloud, code doesn't need developers

July 24, 2013
Automated approaches to development are gaining ground, but have their limits and won't render professional developers obsolete
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IBM support for Cloud Foundry stands to benefit OpenStack, Java too

July 24, 2013
Big Blue backs open source PaaS provider, will serve on forthcoming Cloud Foundry community advisory board
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Apple's surprise: Its sales didn't decline like PC makers

July 23, 2013
The iPhone sold well, though with more cheaper models in the mix, while iPad and Mac sales declined in terms of units
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Oracle hitches Java to 'Internet of things'

July 23, 2013
The company hopes that Java can supplant C in embedded-device development projects
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DataStax primps Cassandra for developers

July 23, 2013
Eyeing Oracle, CEO Billy Bosworth says DataStax Enterprise 3.1 eliminates some of the complexity that's deterred holdouts
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Adobe's PhoneGap 3.0 smooths the way for plug-ins

July 22, 2013
Upgrade lets developers discover and install plug-ins, as well as shift between native platforms, all from command line
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