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Android Marshmallow Ready for Developers

Android developers, prepare to use the word “Marshmallow” a lot over the next year or so. In keeping with its longtime tradition of naming each su...
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Will Samsung Popularize Android Watch Apps?

While the Apple Watch’s success (or lack thereof) remains a point of considerable debate in the tech world, critics have surmised from the beginning...
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How a Top Apple Exec Hires

As senior vice president of Apple’s retail arm, Angela Ahrendts needs to do a lot of hiring, often for mission-critical positions. That places a lot...
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‘Angry Birds’ Shows Startup Need to Pivot

Many startups never see any sort of growth. Their big project—the one designed to catapult everybody involved to fame and fortune—fails to make mu...
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Is Windows 10 Actually Selling?

After the anemic response to Windows 8, Microsoft needs Windows 10 to become a massive success. Now that the operating system’s been on the market a...
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Important Languages You’ve Never Heard Of

If you’re a programmer, you’re knowledgeable about “big” languages such as Java andC++. But what about those little-known languages you only h...
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Tech Lessons From Amazon’s Phone Debacle

Late last week, the Wall Street Journal published a lengthy piece about the failure of the Fire Phone, Amazon’s attempt to break into the smartphone...
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Your Mobile App Has Six Months to Live

You had a brilliant idea for a mobile app, and spent several months building, refining, and testing it. Now that it’s live in the app store, how lon...
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Getting Your Cover Letter’s Tone Right

When writing cover letters, job candidates tend to spend lots of time on the details—where they worked previously, why they’re a good match for th...
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Hackers demonstrate zero-day exploit that can remotely commandeer Chrysler vehicles

A pair of hackers have demonstrated a zero-day exploit involving the infotainment system of a Jeep Cherokee. As Wired’s Andy Greenberg found out the...