Google has a plethora of bug bounty programs that help it stay on top of black hat hackers. To keep incentives high, the company is constantly tweaking these programs’ general frameworks and has recently increased Chrome’s vulnerability rewards. Today, Google announced an expansion of its bug bounty system on Google Play to include all apps with 100 million downloads or more. It also introduced privacy-focused rewards for researchers identifying data abuse issues in apps. Read More
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Every few weeks, Google updates its ARCore support list with new devices. This time around, Google’s added the two new LG flagship phones — the G8 and the V50 — as well as four iPad models and the iPhone XR.
Without further ado, here are the new additions:
If you’re a developer creating actions for Google’s smart home products, you just got some more tools to play with — 3 new device traits and 18 new device types like security systems, garage doors, and water heaters.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to try a new Samsung phone online without actually buying it? Normally, you’d go to a store that has your desired model to check it. They usually have a prototype for customers to get first-hand experience with the actual model.
However, in most cases, you’re too focused on the appearance of the phone itself. Or maybe you’re just too anxious to stick around enough and get a good grasp of how the software works. That happens with all of us when we’re looking to buy a new phone.
It’s always wiser to focus on how your new device is going to operate… how it’s compatible with certain apps of your choice. Well, Samsung Remote Test Lab has [...]