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  • ES File Explorer may expose your Android device data

    Now, ES File Explorer, an Android file sharing app, opens up the entire Android device to a whole host of attacks, including data theft. Unlike iOS, file sharing in Android is easy. For most Android users, they use ES File Explorer. It’s a very popular app within the Android community. ...

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  • Mozilla closing its Firefox Test Pilot program

    Now, Firefox Test Pilot program has been shutting down by the Mozilla. On 16th Jan 2019, Mozilla has taken this big decision for its Firefox. The 'Test Pilot' was Mozilla’s project to trial some of its more experimental Firefox features with a group of users that opted into this...

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  • Ember.js 3.7 released without node 4 support

    Now,  Ember.js v3.7 has released with a couple of new features for the Ember CLI and some minor changes and bug fixes. This version drops support for Babel 6 and Node 4, along with a few bug fixes and performance improvements. There are no changes in the Ember Data subproject. The last ...

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  • Microsoft Outlook 3.0.0 out with latest features on Android

    On 14th Jan 2019, Microsoft has released Outlook version 3.0 for Android. The app that helps millions of users connect all their email accounts, calendars, and files in one convenient spot. Newly redesigned, Outlook for Android lets you do more from one powerful inbox. With everything, you ne...

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  • Angular 7.2.1 CLI released with TypeScript 3.2

    Now, The Angular 7.2.1 CLI come out and supports TypeScript 3.2. Yesterday, Minko Gechev, an engineer in the Angular team at Google, announced for Angular CLI 7.2.1. Minko tweeted, This release fixes a webpack-dev-server vulnerability and also comes with support for multiselect ...

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  • PostgreSQL become the DBMS of the year 2018

    PostgreSQL is winning the title of the DBMS of the Year 2018 for the second year in a row. PostgreSQL turns 30 this year and is at the peak of its popularity, showing no signs of aging with a very active community. It has established preferred data store among a large crowd of developers, loved ...

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  • Github now offer unlimited private repository for free user

    Now, Free GitHub users get unlimited private projects with up to three collaborators. Previously, we'd seen GitHub always offered free accounts, but the caveat was that your code had to be public. For private repositories, you had to pay. Today, GitHub announced it was giving users of ...

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  • AMD unveiled 2nd Gen 12 nm Ryzen chip for Laptop

    At CES 2019, AMD unveiled its second generation of Ryzen laptop chips. It looks to jump ahead of Intel’s 14nm roadblock to offer some of the first 12 nm processors on the market. AMD is launching a new set of Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, and Ryzen 7 chips across both the 15W U-series and 35W H-ser...

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