Google previews TensorFlow Lite

Google is giving developers a way to add machine learning models to their mobile and embedded devices. The company announced the developer preview of TensorFlow Lite. The new solution is a lightweight version of TensorFlow, the open-source software library for machine intelligence. “TensorFlow has always run on many platforms, from racks of servers to tiny … continue reading

Researchers add physical objects into two-factor authentication

As passwords continue to be a problem in today’s modern world, one group of computer researchers is taking a new approach to protecting the web. Researchers from Florida International University and Bloomberg have developed a two-factor authentication solution that depends on physical objects rather than code. We use passwords to unlock sensitive information such as … continue reading

Analyst Watch: When smartphones become obsolete

Like all technologies, smartphones are transitory.  They came up from a blending of two-way pagers, PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), MP3 Players (like the iPod), and have recently been taking over much of the space once occupied by tablets — which had a surprisingly short run as the “it” product.  We are starting to give wearables … continue reading

Application Error Monitoring Webinar

Manage all mobile assets from a single lab

The enterprise mobile testing industry has long been challenged with making mobile testing as agile, as flexible, as DevOps-ready as testing for the web and desktop is. The challenge that exists particularly in mobile is gaining access to testing and development resources, meaning devices themselves, and virtualization of those devices so they can be inserted … continue reading

iOS 10 disrupts testing and development plans for software teams

The official iOS 10 release date was right on the heels of the new iPhone 7 launch, bringing new functionality and productivity features to its users. While there is some hesitation from users in adopting the new operating system, Apple’s milestone release is mainly shaping up to be quite a headache for developers and testers, … continue reading

Report: Attacks on enterprise mobile devices, apps on the rise

MobileIron released its second edition of the Mobile Security and Risk Review 2016 today as a way to bring awareness to the challenges enterprises have with protecting their data on mobile apps and devices. The review also highlights the increase in mobile attacks and how enterprises are failing to take adequate measures to protect their … continue reading

Apple’s third beta releases, Opera sells for less than $1 billion, and Qt WebBrowser 1.0—SD Times news digest: July 19, 2016

Developers can explore the third pre-release betas of three of Apple’s four future platform updates, including iOS 10, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3. Developers who sign up for the Apple developer program can download the beta 3 builds, as well as the Xcode beta. Developers are provided with release notes that include platform updates, bug … continue reading

BlackBerry to ditch its Classic smartphone

BlackBerry has finally decided to part ways with the BlackBerry Classic, the company’s iconic keyboard device. According to the company, while the smartphone has been part of the BlackBerry portfolio for many years, it has run its course and can no longer keep up with today’s market. The company will now focus its efforts on … continue reading

Android Studio 2.0 launched with faster emulator, Instant Run command

The last time Google released features for Android Studio 2.0 in beta, the goal was to improve the overall app development experience. With the stable version of Android Studio 2.0, Google hopes these new features will help developers create better apps, leading to a faster workflow for them. Some major features that were announced yesterday … continue reading

Perfecto expands its digital reach

Enterprises are going through a massive transformation as to how they interact with an end user, since they are moving away from physical to digital interactions. Fundamentally, companies understand that the focus must change, but they need to determine how to create and deliver applications with the right experience. Today, Perfecto Mobile, a company built … continue reading

Google’s new People API, htop2.0, and OIC’s new developer toolkit—SD Times news digest: Feb. 11, 2016

Google has released a new API designed to retrieve data from an authenticated user’s Contacts. Previously, developers had to make multiple calls to the Google+ API and Contacts API. The new People API is designed to provide developers with new protocols and technologies, and it aims to eventually replace the Contacts API. With the People … continue reading

Nim e-book now available, Google and Movidius team up on deep learning, and creating a Twitter bot with Node.js—SD Times news digest: Jan. 28, 2016

“Nim in Action,” a book about the Nim programming language, is now available. The book introduces the Nim programming language, teaching programmers how to write native software applications and libraries, Web applications, embedded device software, and programs that communicate over the Internet. It explains hands-on examples of how to write test, debug, document and package … continue reading

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