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Nimses is a new social app that was developed in Ukraine and is now trending in Russian-speaking app stores. Why should I be interested in yet another social network, you may ask. Well, the idea behind this one is quite catchy: In Nimses, users can monetize the time they spend in the app.

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The number of companies embracing biometrics for authentication is increasing; after introducing “selfie pay” last year, Mastercard is now testing fingerprint-authorized payments in South Africa, smartphones ask for fingerprints to be unlocked and speech recognition can control your Windows PC. Kinetic Energy Harvesting is the newest kid on the block, with technology developed by Data61 lab.

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To better enforce its policy regarding access to user data through its APIs (application programming interfaces), which states that apps should not mislead users when presenting themselves and their intentions, Google is making changes to the third-party app publishing process, its risk assessment systems and the consent page it displays to users.

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Oracle is telling customers that the future of its HR platform will be in the cloud. It’s trying to do this without alarming users who host its applications internally. Users of on-premises PeopleSoft and E-Business Suite HR system users won’t be abandoned as cloud use grows, Oracle promises. These systems will get regular updates and […]

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