If “engagement” and “time spent” are the metrics of success, won’t that just lead people to make games that encourage it?
Security researchers have found a new kind of government malware that was hiding in plain sight within apps on Android’s Play Store. And they appear to have uncovered a case of lawful intercept gone wrong.
Ugly Mugs, a UK-based call screening app that helps workers avoid dangerous clients, is at risk for being shut down.
A new banking malware for Android phones allows criminals to take over control of PayPal and steal money.
Researchers at Yale Privacy Lab analyzed the existence of a hidden economy of trackers packaged into many of the most popular apps in Google Play.
After analysis, 94 percent had "at least three" medium-risk vulnerabilities.
And infection rates could rise.
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Brian May from Queen is into VR and is also an astrophysicist. Who knew?
The word "metadata" requires the presence of another entity to which the data at hand refers. Increasingly, it now points toward the listener instead of toward whatever they're listening to.