Topic: tor

Tizen .NET developer preview available, Tor Project refreshes Android phone prototype, and Weaveworks announces Weave Cloud—SD Times news digest: Nov. 17, 2016

Samsung has announced the first preview of Visual Studio Tools for Tizen. The new release will enable .NET developers to build Tizen apps for smart TVs, wearables and IoT devices. The official release is expected sometime next year, and will ship on Samsung devices. In addition, Samsung is collaborating with Microsoft on .NET Core, Xamarin.Forms, … continue reading

A $9 computer, the shutdown of the Tor Cloud project, and bringing a browser to the Apple Watch—SD Times news digest: May 11, 2015

A new Kickstarter campaign aims to provide the most inexpensive computer out there. While Raspberry Pi sells for around US$35, C.H.I.P. is a tiny computer that is using Kickstarter to raise enough funds to make it cost only $9. The campaign’s goal is $50,000, and it already surpassed that by $650,000 and counting in just … continue reading

Google’s must-have Android apps, MIT’s Ur programming language and more NSA leaks—SD Times news digest: Dec. 29, 2014

Google released a list of its must-have Android apps, rattling off 127 of the most highly recommended and highest rated apps in the Google Play Store. The apps, most of them free, range from popular favorites including Netflix, Shazam and Spotify to mobile applications with fast-growing user bases such as Quip, Pushbullet and Lumosity. Google’s full … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 2, 2014—Common Apple app rejections, Compuware sold for $2.5 billion, and upcoming Android Wear features

The most common issues that cause apps to get rejected by Apple For developers wondering why their application was rejected from the Apple App Store, the company has published the most common reason apps get rejected. “Before you develop your app, it’s important to become familiar with the technical, content and design criteria that we … continue reading

The NSA is becoming Skynet

It wasn’t long ago that some very smart people on the Internet saw that countries like China, Burma, and eventually even the United Kingdom were trying to control what their citizens did on the Internet. To combat this authoritarianism online, the Tor project was created. Tor is, essentially, a network of proxies around the world … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Lavabit, Silent Circle, Kim Dotcom and the ongoing saga of encrypted e-mail

Since Snowden revealed PRISM, Lavabit and Silent Circle have shut down amid NSA pressure, and Kim Dotcom joined the party … continue reading

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