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Oracle discovered a mobile fraud operation plaguing 10 million app downloads, and it shows how pervasive scammers still are for advertisers

Oracle has identified a new mobile app-fraud operation it dubbed DrainerBot that has infected more than 400 popular Android apps like Draw Clash of Clans and Perfect365. Ad fraud continues to be a challenge for advertisers as scammers get more sophisticated with their tactics. All told, Oracle estimates that the infected apps are costing mobile users extra data charges to the tune of $100 per year. Fraud in digital advertising still runs rampant, particularly in mobile apps. Last year, Oracle...
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novaPDF SDK 10.0.104

Add PDF creation support in your application.
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Litho is a finger-worn controller for augmented reality, IoT and other ‘spatial’ interactions

I first encountered the founders of Litho, a new hardware and software startup developing a new finger-worn controller, at London’s [email protected] last April. The event sees startups pitch in front of the British royal family and other esteemed guests, and naturally the company’s young founders, 24-year-old Nat Martin (CEO) and 25-year-old Charlie Bruce (CTO), were a little overawed by the occasion, just like many of the other founders pitching that day. However, perhaps unbeknown to them, Litho w...
Tags: Startups, TC, Gadgets, Europe, London, Tech, Cto, Sdk, Bluetooth Low Energy, Martin, Chris Albinson, Turo, Litho, Nat Martin, Charlie Bruce, Litho SDK

VCV Rack nears 1.0, new features, as software modular matures

VCV Rack, the open source platform for software modular, keeps blossoming. If what you were waiting for was more maturity and stability and integration, the current pipeline looks promising. Here’s a breakdown. Even with other software modulars on the scene, Rack stands out. Its model is unique – build a free, open source platform, and then build the business on adding commercial modules, supporting both the platform maker (VCV) and third parties (the module makers). That has opened up some ne...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Tech, Developers, Software, Stories, Open-source, DSP, Modular, Sdk, Plug-ins, Synths, Music Tech, Vst, Free As In Freedom, Rack

Boyue SDK in August

Just a heads up. I wrote the likebook shop about an SDK to make use of the screen refresh and the brightness in apps and they replied this: Quote: hi, after checked with boyue team, they will supply SDK maybe in Aug of this year, but not now because device just release and many new feature is add and bugs under fixing. Very good news (if true)
Tags: Books, Sdk, Android Developer's Corner, Boyue SDK

novaPDF SDK 10.0.103

Add PDF creation support in your application.
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novaPDF SDK 10.0.102

Add PDF creation support in your application.
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Former Snap employees are launching Forge Platform for Ethereum devs

Chris Lorenz, Geoffrey  Anderson, and James Borow may have spent their days over the past few years working at Snap, but on nights and weekends Anderson and Lorenz were laboring on a different project — improving Ethereum development tools.  Now the three men are finally ready to take the covers off of the labor of love they’ve been working on and launch Forge Platform, a new toolkit for distributed applications. Both Lorenz and Anderson were heavily involved in monetization at Snap, but over t...
Tags: TC, Los Angeles, Tech, Computing, Programming Languages, Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains, Ethereum, Upfront Ventures, Anderson, Sdk, Go, Lorenz, Smart Contract, James Borow, Forge Platform for Ethereum devs

SXSW Startups: Fantag

The Forrest Four-Cast: February 11, 2019 Fifty diverse startups will aim to impress a panel of judges and a live audience with their skills, creativity and innovation at SXSW Pitch Presented by Cyndx. Winners in 10 categories will be announced at the Pitch Award Ceremony at 6:30 pm Sunday, March 10, at the Hilton Austin.A finalist in Entertainment and Content, which will pitch at 3:30 pm Sunday, March 10, Fantag makes applications and embeddable technology that lets everyone access video momen...
Tags: Videos, Startups, Sports, Sacramento, Startup, Sacramento State, San Jose, John, Iot, UC Davis, Sdk, Intel Capital, Sxsw, Bay Area, Distribution, San Francisco Bay Area

Microsoft just accidentally revealed its plans to expand Xbox Live to more platforms, and it could help break down longstanding barriers in the gaming industry (MSFT)

Microsoft has revealed plans to bring the Xbox Live online video game platform to the Nintendo Switch, Apple's iOS, and Android devices. Details were included in the description of an upcoming panel hosted by Microsoft at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. Expanding Xbox Live services would allow gamers to stay connected regardless of whether they're using a video game console or a smartphone, which has been a longstanding barrier in the industry. Microsoft has revealed plans to bring its X...
Tags: Microsoft, San Francisco, Trends, Xbox, Nintendo, Minecraft, GDC, Sdk, Minecraft Microsoft, Nintendo Switch Apple, Fortnite and Rocket League

Xbox Live Will Soon Connect Players on Android, iOS and Switch

Microsoft is getting ready to release an important software development kit (SDK) that will allow game developers to integrate Xbox Live into any titles that run across PC, Xbox, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. From a report: A Microsoft session at the upcoming Game Developers Conference mentions that Xbox Live will soon have a cross-platform developer kit that integrates the service into Android, iOS and Switch games. You'd have your achievements, clubs, friends list and "more" while on the ...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Nintendo, GDC, Sdk

Microsoft Prepping Xbox Live for Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android

Microsoft is releasing a software development kit which will allow game developers to integrate Xbox Live into titles across multiple platforms, including the Nintendo Switch, according to a presentation planned for the Game Developers Conference 2019. GDC attendees can get a first glimpse of the software development kit (SDK) which will allow them to use […]
Tags: News, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sdk, Xbox Live, Nintendo Switch, GDC 2019, Game Developers Conference 2019

Xbox Live SDK for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC cross-platform gaming to be announced at GDC 2019

At GDC 2019, Microsoft is set to debut a new cross-platform development with a goal of bringing Xbox Live support to games on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, in addition to PC and Xbox consoles. The company currently has a few games with Xbox Live support across mobile devices, most notably via Minecraft, which requires an Xbox Live login on Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch. The company is planning on bringing Xbox Live cross-platform beyond its own games to play to even more titles. Develop...
Tags: News, Microsoft, Blogging, Nintendo, Minecraft, GDC, Sdk, Xbox Live, Nintendo Switch

Xbox Live to expand cross-platform support for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch

Microsoft is preparing to expand Xbox Live cross-platform support to include the Xbox One, PC, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. The SDK that will enable the feature will be showcased at the upcoming Game Developers Conference. The post Xbox Live to expand cross-platform support for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Ios, Android, Gaming, News, Microsoft, Xbox One, Trends, Nintendo, Sdk, Xbox Live, Nintendo Switch

[SHOT 2019] Griffin Armament Goes Glock + New Suppressors

Griffin Armament quietly announced a line of tubeless silencers at last week’s SHOT Show. Named the EXPLORR, the lightweight cans come in 300RUM, 6.5CM and .224, feature Griffins QD mounting system and sports a smaller footprint than other options. The Watertown, WI based company also released the 30-SDK as a ‘5.56mm-sized silencer with 30 caliber […] Read More … The post [SHOT 2019] Griffin Armament Goes Glock + New Suppressors appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Sdk, Watertown, SHOT Show, Pistols, Rifles, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Griffin Armament, Semi-Auto, AR Patterned, SHOT Show 2019, Griffin Armament Goes Glock New Suppressors

Ballsy mobile devs can now monetize their games with cryptocurrency

A new software development kit (SDK) for Unity has been released, allowing indie developers to monetize their mobile games from top-to-bottom with KIN cryptocurrency. As of today, mobile games made with the Unity engine can support earning, spending, and tipping KIN in-game, and even reward users with cryptocurrency for interacting with each other. Players can be given cryptocurrency for participating in groups, or helping other players. Devs will even be able to sell their users extra lives for...
Tags: Startups, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Sdk, Unity, Hard Fork

AR startup Meta’s assets sold to a mystery ‘known name’ that will support existing headsets

Augmented reality technology enables us to see things in places where they may not actually exist. And sometimes, that paradigm might also apply to augmented reality startups themselves. Meta, the AR startup that was incubated at Y-Combinator and became the first to ship a set of “end-to-end” AR glasses (including hardware, software, direct tracking optics and SDK) to the market, raising a lot of money and high hopes in the process — only to crash, in recent weeks, into insolvency as it ran both...
Tags: TC, China, US, Tech, Ces, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Meta, Magic Leap, Lenovo, Sdk, Blippar, Gribetz, Meron Gribetz Meta, Tencent Dolby Comcast

Squad is the new screensharing chat app everyone will copy

Squad could be the next teen sensation because it makes it easy to do nothing… together. Spending time with friends in the modern age often means just being on your phones next to each other, occasionally showing off something funny you found. Squad lets you do this even while apart, and that way of punctuating video chat might make it the teen girl “third place” like Fortnite is for adolescent boys. With Squad, you fire up a video chat with up to six people, but at any time you can screensha...
Tags: Apple, Social, Startups, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Molly, Ebay, America, Tech, Panda, Snapchat, Squad, Charles

What’s all the hype with Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)

Progressive Web App (PWA) has been the latest buzzword for tech and mobile practitioners, but it’s more than just jargon – and it’s not all just hype. PWAs drive performance and represent a new model of web applications. These applications load similar to a regular web page, but offer additional native device functionality such as working offline, serving notifications, launching a camera, etc.  To fully explain what PWAs truly are, first it must be clear what they are not. A brief history of...
Tags: Seo, Developers, Ibm, Sdk, Pwas, PWA, Security Browser, PWAs Service

Ockam provides easy to deploy identity, trust, and interoperability for IoT developers

Internet of Things programmers aren[he]#039[/he]t known for building identity, trust, and interoperability into their devices. Ockam wants to change that for once and for all -- with its new open-source SDK and services.
Tags: Linux, Sdk, Ockam

Square launches SDK to help mobile developers take in-app payments

Square, the payments app founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, is making it easier for app developers to charge customers within their mobile experiences. Today, the company launched its new Square In-App Payments Software Development Kit (SDK), which is available for iOS, Android, and Google’s Flutter framework. The Square In-App Payments SDK lets developers take payments from users using just a few lines of code. It supports traditional credit and debit cards, as well as both Google Pay a...
Tags: Google, Startups, Jack Dorsey, Sdk, Design & Dev

Square launches its in-app payments SDK

Square today announced the launch of its in-app payments SDK that allows developers to build Square-powered payments right into their mobile apps. While Square remains best known for its offline payments solutions that grace virtually ever independent coffee shop and quirky corner store, the company has long offered APIs for taking online payments on the web and for working with its reader hardware. Today’s launch expands the company’s reach into mobile apps, an area where it faces stiff comp...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Japan, Developer, Tech, Developers, Square, Sdk, Carl Perry, In-app Payments, While Square, Stripe Adyen, United States Canada UK Australia

Scape Technologies raises $8M to let machines visually understand their surroundings

Scape Technologies, a London-based computer vision startup, is de-cloaking today to announce that it has raised $8 million in seed fund and launching the first iteration of its “Visual Positioning Service,” which lets developers build apps that require location accuracy far beyond the capabilities of GPS alone. The technology will initially target augmented reality apps, but can also be used to power applications in mobility, logistics and robotics. More broadly, Scape wants to enable any machin...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Europe, London, Tech, Cto, Sdk, Miller, Scape, Edward Miller, Visual Positioning Service, Scape Technologies, LocalGlobe Mosaic Ventures Fly Ventures, Entrepreneur First Scape Technologies

Audi spins out Holoride to put VR in every car

Audi has spun out a new company called Holoride that aims to bring a VR experience to the backseat of every car, no matter if it’s a Ford, Mercedes or Chrysler Pacifica minivan. Holoride was announced Monday at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. While Holoride says it’s an independent company, the roots of this startup are all Audi. The automaker holds a minority interest through subsidiary Audi Electronics Venture, which developed the technology. Audi will license the technology to Holoride and the startup...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Ford, Chrysler, Vr, Virtual Reality, Las Vegas, Audi, Sdk, Consumer Electronics Show, Software Engineer, Chrysler Pacifica, Volkswagen Group, Matt Burns, Las Vegas Speedway

Mobile Apps vs. Web Apps: What’s the Difference?

By Ajay Goyal For a layman, the difference between a mobile app and web app may be negligible. But, they both are very different. The difference between the two is not just for users. The process of developing and deploying them is also separate. A Native App is usually developed for a particular mobile platform. It is installed on the device directly. If the users want to use these native mobile apps, they have to download it from the app/play store. A Web App is an app that can be accessed via...
Tags: Apple, Google, Business, Technology, Nokia, Css, Sdk, Right Now, Ajay Goyal, Camera GPS, BestStockFoto Shutterstock

Turbocharge KORG’s Prologue synth with Sinevibes

Synth hot-rodding? Earlier this year, KORG introduced the notion of their synth as extensible platform, by adding an SDK for their Prologue polysynth. The only question was, what would developers do with it – and now we get one answer. Sinevibes, the small shop of Ukrainian developer Artemiy Pavlov, has been known for clever, elegant Mac plug-ins (even if there’s a lot more). But Artemiy has decided to embrace hardware as one of the first developers for KORG’s Prologue synth. And the results a...
Tags: Music, Hardware, Keyboards, Digital, US, Tech, Development, Turbo, Gear, Sdk, Mods, Synths, Music Tech, Synthesizer, Korg, Oscillators

NVIDIA Announces PhysX SDK 4.0, An Open-Source Physics Engine

PhysX SDK 4.0 will be available on December 20, 2018. The engine has been upgraded to provide industrial grade simulation quality at game simulation performance. In addition, PhysX SDK has gone open source, starting today with version 3.4! The post NVIDIA Announces PhysX SDK 4.0, An Open-Source Physics Engine appeared first on
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