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Google Chrome Now Open Source On iOS

Google Chrome will now be an open-sourced browser on Apple’s mobile platform. Apple has confirmed that its team spent a lot of time over the past several years in making the necessary changes required to upstream the code for Chrome on iOS into Chromium. So why was Chrome for iOS kept away from the Chromium project while the Android […]

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JavaScript Attachments Will Be Blocked On Gmail From February 13

Google has announced that it will begin blocking JavaScript attachments (.js) in Gmail from 13 February 2017 in an attempt to reduce malicious attacks. Take note that .js files are not the only files that have been blocked as Gmail already bans use of certain file attachments like .exe, .msc, and .bat. Google has said that restricting  these certain […]

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Android finally gets ‘Prisma’ – Now Available to Download!

Prisma is a photo-filter app that needs no introduction! The app has created a name for itself around the world within weeks of its release despite being available for just one platform – iOS… until now, ofcourse! The developers behind the tremendously successful app have now released the app on Google’s mobile platform and Android […]

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Capacity crowd at SA’s first DevConf

Exceeding all expectations, over 500 developers turned out for South Africa’s first developer-only DevConf, with enthusiastic developers who couldn’t secure seats already pre-booking for next year. DevConf was initially expected to attract around 350 professional developers and programmers when it was staged at the new Riversands Incubation Hub in Fourways this week. However, within weeks […]

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Android On Your iPhone, Finally!

It appears like the crevice in the middle of Android and Apple has at last been crossed over because of Google. A version of Android Wear smart watch software tailored for Apple’s mobile operating system made its introduction. Android Wear which already just worked with the Android OS has been adjusted to work with iPhone […]

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