Google’s day-one keynote from the 2012 I/O developer conference has officially wrapped up. We’ll have plenty of analysis directly from the show, but here’s a quick look at what’s been announced so far.
Nexus 7 Tablet
Google officially unveiled the $199 Nexus 7 tablet, built by Asus. Its feature list is as follows:
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Google kicks off its annual Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco today.
While the event is ostensibly a place for app developers to get educated about Android, Chrome and related Google products, it’s also a venue for big news. Google’s will likely announce its first Nexus tablet, along with the next
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Science Inc, a Los Angeles-based incubator has acquired India-based Pinpuff, which measures and tracks the influence of Pinterest users and awards them with perks for undisclosed amount. The acquisition will help Science portfolio companies, such as Wittlebee, Dollar Shave Club and Uncovet, acquire more users from Pinterest.
Founded in 2011 by Gaurav Sharma,
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Virtual Machine for Android Reverse Engineering
Do you need to analyze a piece of Android malware, but dont have all your analysis tools with your machine ?The Android Reverse Engineering (A.R.E.) Virtual Machine, put together by Anthony Desnos , is here to help. A.R.E. combines the latest Android malware analysis tools in a readily
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Tuesday the arrest of 26 people for allegedly engaging in identity theft and other computer crimes. The arrests were a product of a two-year undercover effort dubbed “Operation Card Shop.” At the heart of the operation was CarderProfit.cc, a fake website for buying and selling credit card numbers that
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