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Android Market employs a Bouncer to keep malware out

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Google is trying to addressing growing concerns about malware in Android Market with the formal unveiling of a scanning service called Bouncer that will attempt to weed out bad apps in its marketplace. The service has been apparently been running for some time now and has helped Google reduce the number...
Android Market employs a Bouncer to keep malware out

Newly Discovered Android Malware Was Downloaded Millions Of Times

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Security firm Lookout has detailed a clever new bit of Android Malware lurking in the Google Play store. The good news: unless you’re downloading questionable Russian clone apps, you’re probably not affected. The bad news: that hasn’t kept it from being downloaded a few million times. The new malware, fittingly...
Newly Discovered Android Malware Was Downloaded Millions Of Times

Google introduces ‘Bouncer’ security system to keep malware out of the Android Market

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Google announced on Thursday that the company has begun to take a more active approach to keeping malware out of the Android Market. The search giant is using a new service called “Bouncer” to search through the Market for potential malware. Bouncer will scan new applications, ones already in the...
Google introduces ‘Bouncer’ security system to keep malware out of the Android Market
Apple releases the latest iOS 6 tester to developers

Google's 'Bouncer' service scans the Android Market for malware, will judge you at the door

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Google has had its fair share of malware-related problems in the Android Market, but that's hopefully about to change, now that the company has announced a new security-enhancing service. Codenamed "Bouncer," Mountain View's new program sounds pretty simple, in principle: it just automatically scans the Market for malware, without...
Google's 'Bouncer' service scans the Android Market for malware, will judge you at the door
Apple hints at iOS 6 as part of iCloud beta preparations

Box releases its new API, sees 129% growth in third-party developer usage, 140% more API calls in 2012

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Cloud-based content storage service Box has announced the general availability of its Box v2 API that it says represents a “major step forward.” In addition to the new features it comes with, the company also saw a significant increase in its API usage. Last April, Box began beta testing its...
Box releases its new API, sees 129% growth in third-party developer usage, 140% more API calls in 2012

The Android Market Gets a Bouncer to Keep Malware Out

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Google just announced that it has added a new layer of security to the Android market to keep malicious software out of the store. Android's generally open structure and the fact that the Android Market doesn't employ the same kind of restrictive policies that Apple put in place for its...
The Android Market Gets a Bouncer to Keep Malware Out

Apple Cracking Down On Sites Selling Access To iOS Betas

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Last month, Andy Baio wrote a story for Wired detailing the world of selling access to Apple beta software to non-developers. Specifically, Baio’s piece focused on sites that, for a price, allowed regular people to have their UDID (unique device identifier) activated for installation of iOS betas, which Apple...
Apple Cracking Down On Sites Selling Access To iOS Betas

Apple reportedly shutting down for-pay iOS beta access

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It appears that Apple is getting more serious about putting the kibosh on unauthorized access to iOS betas. According to several unnamed website operators speaking to Macstories, a number of sites that purport to sell early developer access to iOS 6 have been shut down after the sites' ISPs received...
Apple reportedly shutting down for-pay iOS beta access

Appy Pie launches its cloud-based mobile app creation tool with OpenTable and SoundCloud support

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Appy Pie has officially launched its WYSIWYG mobile app creation service, allowing customers without programming experience to quickly build iOS and Android applications in the cloud. The tool is launching with OpenTable, GrubHub and SoundCloud integration, so it’s tailored for restaurants and bands looking to build a custom app for...
Appy Pie launches its cloud-based mobile app creation tool with OpenTable and SoundCloud support

Investors Drive $ZNGA Up 26% In Two Days Following Facebook IPO Filing

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Those of us who have been following the social gaming industry already know that Zynga makes up a big portion of Facebook’s revenues. But lots of public investors only seem to have gotten the memo on Wednesday evening, when Facebook’s S-1 filing revealed that the developer accounts for 12% of...
Investors Drive $ZNGA Up 26% In Two Days Following Facebook IPO Filing

Apple sends iOS 6 beta 2 to developers

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The wait between iOS 6's unveiling and its planned fall release just got a little bit shorter, as Apple has just pushed out beta 2. If you're in the developer crowd that can try it out, don't expect any revelations: the primarily focus is on the bug fixes that...
Apple sends iOS 6 beta 2 to developers

Google Gets a Bouncer to Patrol Malware in the Android Market

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Google is taking new steps to identify and eliminate malware in the Android Market. Codenamed "Bouncer," Google will now scan ever new and existing app in the Market against known malware, permissions and publisher information. This is the first time that Google has been so proactive in attacking the Android...
Google Gets a Bouncer to Patrol Malware in the Android Market

Pre-launch Windows 8 usage doubles that of OS X Mountain Lion

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Since Microsoft released its Windows 8 Consumer Preview in February, millions of users have downloaded the software giant’s latest operating system, which looks to carefully blend its existing mobile and desktop experiences into one. According to research from ad network Chitika, the Windows 8 CP adoption rate in the...
Pre-launch Windows 8 usage doubles that of OS X Mountain Lion

Security! Android’s Bouncer to prevent malware from making it to the Market

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Whether accurate or exaggerated, claims of rampant malware apps have haunted the Android Market. Now, Google’s Android team is announcing Bouncer, a new security mechanism that should prevent bad apps from ever making it into the Market. It’s a programmatic solution that’s allegedly good for both the goose (or users,...
Security! Android’s Bouncer to prevent malware from making it to the Market

Apple Cracking Down on Sites Selling Access to iOS 6 Developer Betas

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Late last month, Wired covered the emergence of a cottage industry of businesses selling access to iOS developer betas prior to their official launch. Apple offers these developer betas to registered iOS developers. The fee for such a registration is $99/year. Some enterprising individuals have turned around and started selling...
Apple Cracking Down on Sites Selling Access to iOS 6 Developer Betas
Microsoft pimps Windows 8 accounts to developers for just $8
No password needed: iOS 6 gets rid of the barrier for free apps

Google reveals ‘Bouncer’, the malware scanner for the Android Market

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While it’s a good thing for developers that there isn’t much of an approval process to get an app in the Android Market, it’s not such a great thing for those of us who download them. Recognizing that, Google’s Android team has taken the covers off of its initiative to...
Google reveals ‘Bouncer’, the malware scanner for the Android Market
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