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How data aggregation can shake up credit decisioning

Though data aggregation has already made its mark on financial management apps, the potential for even greater contributions to the financial industry still remains

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Now you can port code from .Net Framework to .Net Core

The beta of Windows Compatibility Pack adds 20,000 APIs to .Net Core for Windows, Linux, and MacOS web app developers, making it more like the Windows-only .Net Framework

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Progressive web apps in Microsoft Edge: What you need to know

Microsoft’s Windows 10 browser is about to run apps offline. Here’s how to take advantage of its new features in your web apps

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Why Redis beats Memcached for caching

Memcached is sometimes more efficient, but Redis is almost always the better choice

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What developers can expect at Google I/O 2017

Android O is the main focus, but Google will also dig into machine learning, web payments, web applications, and the internet of things

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Why Slack can't slow down

Slack reached a $1 billion valuation faster than any startup in history. Now it must make key decisions without disrupting the lives of millions of Slack-addicted users

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Google, Facebook go back to the future for a better mobile web

Thanks to Google and Facebook, developers now need to design explicitly for the mobile experience, exactly like in the early days of mobile

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Phishing scammers exploit Wix web hosting

Criminals flock to free web services to establish their attack infrastructure. The latest example: A group using free website host Wix for its phishing pages

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Millions of websites affected by unpatched flaw in Microsoft IIS 6 web server

A proof-of-concept exploit has been published for a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0, a version of the web server that's no longer supported

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Mozilla vies with Apple over future of web graphics

Based on the existing Khronos API, Mozilla's plan could lead to competing proposals submitted by two different standards bodies

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Flaws in Moodle CMS put thousands of e-learning websites at risk

Organizations that use the popular Moodle learning management system should deploy the latest patches as soon as possible because they fix vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to take over web servers.

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5 web analytics tools every business needs

For deep insights into how users interact with your website or app, look no further than these affordable tools

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WordPress fixes XSS, CSRF flaws in latest core update

WordPress has a new security update for its content management platform. Don't wait for attackers to launch attacks before updating to version 4.7.3

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Chrome for MacOS to block rogue ad injections and settings changes

The Google Safe Browsing service has been expanded to detect more threats on MacOS

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13 reasons not to use Chrome

Chrome may be the world’s most popular browser, but it isn’t necessarily the best one

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Bringing embedded analytics into the 21st century

Embedding analytics has become an increasingly common way to monetize data and develop new product lines. But most of the tools available to embed analytics aren't up to the needs of today's developers. Here are 10 considerations...

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MongoDB ransomware attacks sign criminals are going after servers, applications

Ransomware is lucrative, and attackers looking for new ways to extort enterprises are going after data stored on web and app servers, even SaaS apps

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14 eyebrow-raising things Google knows about you

Some are fascinating, others are frightening, but here's how to find out what Google has on you

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