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Big Data, cloud, mobile, and JavaScript skills are in demand by employers looking for open source applications developers.

What Employers Want in an Open Source Applications Developer

As an applications developer, you are a problem solver. You design, implement and support next-generation applications that are utilized to meet company needs. You offer solutions to drive overall business performance and success. It should come as no surprise then that you are a hiring priority,...
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Qualcomm Security Flaw Impacts Android Devices, Project APIs

The issue can result in information leaks and local privilege escalation -- and it may be impossible to patch all vulnerable devices. A security flaw affecting Android devices using Qualcomm chips leading to information disclosure and device manipulation has been revealed by researchers. The...
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Apache Milagro Aims to Fix Web Security for Cloud, Mobile, IoT

Editor's Note: This article is paid for by MIRACL as a Diamond-level sponsor of ApacheCon North America, to be held May 11-13, 2016, and was written by Linux.com. As the Internet continues to both grow in size and widen in scope, so do demands on the supporting infrastructure.  The number of users...
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Companies That Support Linux: CoSoSys

CoSoSys develops data-loss prevention products for computers and mobile devices that access and store sensitive data. The company’s Endpoint Protector 4 features device control to manage Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux machines. Recently, CoSoSys joined The Linux Foundation and released a private...
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'GPS 2.0' Outline Calls for Open, Hackable, Interfaces

The group that created GPS wants it opened up so it's easier for people to compete on its individual components. Californian nonprofit The Aerospace Corporation also wants to address the weaknesses that have emerged in GPS in the decades since it was first created – things like jamming and...
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5G Is Looming, but Network Innovations Are Needed Far More Urgently

Nokia’s Bell Labs’ R&D unit published a report this week warning that the capacity of mobile and Wi-Fi networks is not growing nearly quickly enough to satisfy the rise in that demand, especially when it comes to content and video. Of course, such a conclusion, coming from an equipment vendor,...
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BQ Aquaris M10, the Ubuntu Tablet That Turns into a PC, Is Now Available to Buy

We believe that, by now, all of our readers are aware of the fact that BQ and Canonical have worked hard during the past few months on bringing the first-ever Ubuntu tablet device to the light of day. bq-aquaris-m10.jpg Used with permission BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is the...
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The previously previewed Instant Run feature is ready to roll in Android Studio 2.0.
The previously previewed Instant Run feature is ready to roll in Android Studio 2.0. This time-saving extension to the run and debug commands uses a VM swap feature that sends only code that has changed for testing on an emulated device without requiring a recompile or a reinstallation of the APK.

Android Studio 2.0 Speeds Emulation, Adds On-the-Fly Testing

When Google released Android Studio 1.0 integrated development environment (IDE) back in 2013, it was welcomed as a substantial improvement over Eclipse. Yet, Apple’s Xcode tools for iOS has been widely considered to be superior. With the recent release of Android Studio 2.0, however, Google may...
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Remix OS Could Make Nexus Tablets Live Up to Their Potential

Remix OS has quickly gained a well-deserved cult following, thanks to its clever way of taking the Android OS and making it work a little bit more like a desktop OS. It offers proper windows, a browse-able file system, keyboard shortcuts, and full access to official Google Play apps....
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Academics Claim Google Android Two-Factor Authentication Is Breakable

Computer security researchers warn security shortcomings in Android/Playstore undermine the security offered by all SMS-based two-factor authentication (2FA). The issue - first reported to Google more than a year ago - revolves around an alleged security weakness rather than a straightforward...
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