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The authorities in the American state of New York have released an application for smartphones, which lets users upload photos of suspicious behavior directly to intelligence services.
Users of Yahoo! Mail must now switch off any ad blockers in order to access their inbox.
Google has released Android Studio 2.0. With a strong focus on performance, build and deployment speeds have increased drastically.
EasyJet, the fourth largest European airline, is investing increasingly more into artificial intelligence in order to further optimize its production platform.
Google has announced that it wants to warn Gmail users when they receive an e-mail that has passed through insecure connections on its way to Google’s servers.
Mozilla’s popular open source browser, Firefox, is finally available on iOS, meaning both iPhones and iPads.
Microsoft has published an API for recognizing emotions in images by using machine learning.
Condemning the terrorist attacks in Paris last week, the hacker movement Anonymous now declares cyberwar on ISIS.
In April 2016, Google Chrome will no longer receive updates on Windows XP, Windows Vista and certain versions of OS X.