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The social network is also open sourcing an intrusion detection program touted to be comparable to commercial offerings at a fraction of the cost.
UPDATED: Breaking from its usual pattern, Facebook offered more specific quarterly guidance than usual.
Turns out there was a bit of a vulnerability (and lack of communication) between Yahoo and Facebook. Whoops!
The Square App Marketplace, stocked with products from Intuit and Stitch Labs, among others, ties back to Square Register, the company's cornerstone point-of-sale platform for payments, inventory, and analytics.
Twitter is also stepping away from the traditional password login with a new method that is actually more old school than you think.
Two-factor authentication within Google Chrome has been extended to support USB keys instead of one-time codes.
Firebase aims to help developers build collaborative mobile and web apps through an API storing and syncing data in real-time.
The W3C is developing a standards-based platform that will enable developers to handle payments on the open web, without getting locked into proprietary wallets and app-stores
It's no Heartbleed, but this problem in the obsolete SSL 3.0 is still sure to cause trouble.
In 1994, only geeks, techies and nerds were using the Web, and then along came Netscape and nothing would be the same.
The 30-second rule of API offerings, and other ways to reach this important constituency.
Facebook's engineering team is shining a light on a number of stats and lessons learned when building a high-quality real-time application.
LinkedIn and Evernote's founders also ponder whether or not LinkedIn is actually a social network.
LinkedIn is stocking up on new tools designed to attract younger internet users to the platform as these students make the steps on their professional journey, starting with college.
A beta of the next version of Microsoft's Visual Studio and other new tools for Windows developers are expected to get updates in November.