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Google has announced the launch of the first reCAPTCHA Android API as part of Google Play Services, aiming to better tell humans and bots apart on mobile. The older versions of reCAPTCHA have been refined to create a version that can provide interruption-free, streamlined user experience – the Invisible reCAPTCHA in March 2017 – which…

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Microsoft is building an online simulator

Categories: Web |  Posted on: July 24, 2017

The infamous Raspberry Pi compute board has built a loyal following that’s proving difficult even for companies such as Intel to compete with, but it could be set to gain even more fans as Microsoft is building an online simulator. Pi is designed to be inexpensive with even the latest, highest-end model costing just £32/$35 but it…

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Microsoft this week announced the availability of Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux distro as a free download in the Windows Store. It can be installed on any Windows Insider build, said Microsoft Senior Program Manager Rich Turner. There are some distinct advantages to using the Windows Store version of the Ubuntu Linux Distro: The software can be…

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Are you thinking of making changes to your site? Perhaps an update or a redesign? Before you jump in head first, you should know there is a quicker and safer way to do that. Enter website staging. A handful of hosting companies offer website staging to their clients and this article aims to unveil all…

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Increasingly, we are seeing web applications that are developed using a single page architecture, where the entire application is loaded into the browser as JavaScript and then all interactions with the server are carried out using HTTP based APIs that return JSON documents. Often, these applications will require some level of user-restricted interactions, e.g. for…

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Amazon and WhatsApp have been scolded by the privacy campaigning group the Electronic Frontier Foundation over their “disappointing” privacy practices, and told that they can and should be doing better in its yearly review. The seventh annual Who Has Your Back privacy report analysed the policies and public actions of 26 companies, rating them out…

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Twice in the space of six weeks, the world has suffered major attacks of ransomware malicious software that locks up photos and other files stored on your computer, then demands money to release them. It’s clear that the world needs better defences, and fortunately those are starting to emerge, if slowly and in patchwork fashion.…

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