Kotlin could overtake Java on Android next year!

Now that Google has endorsed Kotlin for Android development, Java-based mobile developers could become dinosaurs! Kotlin is on its way to overtaking Java on that

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New Bitcoin Malware Attacks Copy and Paste Their Way to Co-Opted Currency

Bitcoin is breaking records. As noted by Business Insider, the cryptocurrency hit an all-time high on Nov. 1, 2017, and its bull run shows no sign

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10 Fascinating Facts About the World Wide Web on Its 25th Birthday

“Go figure out what that World Wide Web thing is.” Ironically, that was my first newspaper assignment. I’m still trying to untangle the infinite tunneling

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CloudFlare Wants to Make DDoS Attacks a Thing of the Past

DDoS attacks have been happening for ages. In recent years, they’ve increased in both frequency and impact. Whole swaths of the U.S. lost Internet connectivity

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Why Python and C# can’t displace Java, C, or C++?

Although Java, C, and C++ have seen drops in language popularity, they once again remain atop the Tiobe language popularity index, which uses the number of

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Google launches security features while report shows iOS threats outpacing Android

Google has cracked down on security with the launch of Play Protect and other new defense mechanisms while a report has been released which shows

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The road to Java 9: Modular Java finally gets OK’d

Modularity, a key but highly controversial feature of the upcoming Java 9 release, looks to be back on track with the Java community’s adoption of a

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Hackers can now decrypt satellite phone calls(satellite communications) in ‘real time’ within a fraction of a second

Researchers have uncovered a new attack method that can make encryption used in satellite communications unsecure.

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The marketing secrets of the most popular apps

The most successful and popular apps are engaging and well-designed, but that is not the only reason why they’re popular. The Angry Birds and Pokémon

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Fireball Malware: Ticking Time Bomb or All Hot Air?

Researchers from Check Point Software discovered that more than 250 million Windows computers worldwide were infected, SecurityWeekreported. According to the company’s blog, Fireball malware is like “a

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