Topic: flurry

SD Times news digest: Flurry Push, Google releases .app, and Adobe’s XD CC Starter Plan

Flurry has announced the availability of Flurry Push. It is a new tool for mobile developers that enables them to send targeted messages to re-engage and retain users across Android and iOS. According to the company, this allows users to leverage the power of push notifications in order to drive revenue. The three types include … continue reading

The Zephyr Project, Google Cloud Vision API, Yahoo’s mobile developer suite and new ArcGIS release–SD Times news digest: Feb. 19, 2016

The Linux Foundation has announced a new open-source collaborative effort to build a real-time operating system (RTOS) to power the Internet of Things: the Zephyr Project. According to the organization, IoT devices require software that is scalable, secure and enables seamless connectivity, and developers need the ability to innovate on top of a modular platform … continue reading

The SPY Car Act, Flurry’s Mobile Addicts report, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7—SD Times news digest: July 22, 2015

U.S. Senators have introduced a bill designed to improve vehicle security. The Security and Privacy in Your Car (SPY Car) Act, proposed by Senator Edward Markey and Senator Richard Blumenthal, intends to establish federal standards that would secure cars and protect drivers’ privacy. In addition, a rating system, also known as a cyber dashboard, would … continue reading

Google’s Cloud Security Scanner, Yahoo’s mobile developer suite, and io.js 1.3—SD Times news digest: Feb. 20, 2015

Google has announced the release of its Cloud Security Scanner into beta. The new tool is designed to help developers scan for two common vulnerabilities: cross-site scripting and mixed content. According to the company, there was a need for the scanner because other security scanners are often hard to set up, not well suited for … continue reading

Yahoo’s Flurry acquisition to bear fruit in February

When developers and users think of Yahoo, they can be forgiven for feeling forsaken. At times in its past, this nearly 20-year-old Internet company has closed down online services and products that it hasn’t found to be lucrative. Those users and developers who based their products on these now-shuttered services (GeoCities, Yahoo Video, Astrid, Upcoming, … continue reading

Mobile analytics provider Flurry launches marketplace

Developers and advertisers can now use a new real-time bidding exchange … continue reading

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